Undertoad Monday Dec 4 08:34 AM
December 4, 2006: Digestive Table
9th Engineer Monday Dec 4 08:38 AM
Trilby Monday Dec 4 10:25 AM
Yuck. I do not want to be that close to worms and bacteria EVER but especially when I am eating.
milkfish Monday Dec 4 11:19 AM
Spexxvet Monday Dec 4 11:31 AM
Mmmmmm... "worm castings"
Sheldonrs Monday Dec 4 11:48 AM
And for dessert, you can watch the fertilizer manufacturing process on web cam from your local farm.
xoxoxoBruce Monday Dec 4 12:34 PM
Amy was always different than her siblings..... classmates...... peers...... humans...
Sarasvati48 Monday Dec 4 01:47 PM
chrisinhouston Monday Dec 4 04:58 PM
While I can't imagine watching composting food scraps at the dining table, my kitchen is compost friendly. In fact I can't remember the last time we used the garbage disposal. In my kitchen at the back of my sink I have a large 12 qt bowl fitted with an old wok lid. Into the bowl goes every kind of vegetable or fruit peeling or cut off bits, flower trimings, stale bread and even old dried up bits of cheese. Once and awhile I've seen a few fruit flies in the summer but it doesn't smell or attract any other critters. Every few days it is taken out to the compost pen next to my vegetable garden which also gets a steady supply of grass clippings, leaves and other garden waste.
rkzenrage Monday Dec 4 05:01 PM
Dinner and poop=no.
BigV Monday Dec 4 05:45 PM
xoxoxoBruce Monday Dec 4 07:50 PM
Plus, no cheeze should ever be discarded. Those dry, brittle, unchewable bits, cook up nicely in a sorts of dishes.
mcnugget91 Monday Dec 4 09:51 PM
Carbon credit!! Excellent!
SPUCK Tuesday Dec 5 05:55 AM
I want to see the other table art... The one with the toilet and the camera..
xoxoxoBruce Tuesday Dec 5 07:24 PM
A Poo Table, of course.
Happy Monkey Tuesday Dec 5 07:27 PM
Notice there is no "l" in it.
bluecuracao Tuesday Dec 5 07:50 PM
SPUCK Wednesday Dec 6 04:53 AM
Oh baby! One can't get enough Ox Bile..
Shawnee123 Wednesday Dec 6 09:50 AM
So do they make the ox(en) put their hooves down their throats to produce the bile?
Shawnee123 Wednesday Dec 6 09:51 AM
Sundae Wednesday Dec 6 01:00 PM
They put the oxen into a pen, and then parade past other oxen with shinier horns, swishier tails and bigger browner eyes. They then collect the tidal wave of bile in huge troughs.
Shawnee123 Wednesday Dec 6 01:16 PM
Oh the HUMANITY!
milkfish Wednesday Dec 6 01:27 PM
You'll be wanting as much ox bile as you can handle when you try to down one of those enormous burgers we had on here previously. (Unless you cheat and stuff most of down the middle of the table.)
Happy Monkey Wednesday Dec 6 01:29 PM
But one would expect that ox bile is specificaly designed to not help you digest beef.
milkfish Wednesday Dec 6 01:31 PM
But that's the problem - the Mad Cow thing was perpetuated by feeding beef by-products to cattle. So they must be able to do it somehow.
CaliforniaMama Monday Dec 11 10:55 AM
DanaC Monday Dec 11 11:16 AM
Now, see.....I was expecting, and hoping, to see a table made from a giant digestive biscuit.
wolf Monday Dec 11 11:19 AM
I'll stick with watching paint dry, thanks.
SPUCK Tuesday Dec 12 03:24 AM
Ah so no reeeeal patience huh?
134340 Sunday Dec 17 04:04 AM
hats off for his sheer ingenuity !...