Sunday, January 08, 2006

Marvin Does Breakfast

Demonstrating that he can talk about something other than God and Jesus, Marvin discusses NY bagels and his skim milk habit.
this is an audio post - click to play


At 2:15 PM , Blogger Willie Hewes said...

Homemade bread from the breadmachine (half white, half brown), mature cheddar, cucumber (organic), vine tomato (organic), spring onion (generic), oregano (dried).

In other words, a sammich. *shrug*

At 3:52 PM , Blogger Peterson Toscano said...

This morning I had a bowl of miso soup with kale, red cabbage, tofu and sesame seeds with a pot of sencha green tea. Breakfast of Japanese champions!

At 4:29 PM , Blogger Contemplative Activist said...

2 satsumas - shoved down throat in car on the way to Quaker meeting. Don't tell my mum :S!

Ho-hum. But we made our own pizzas for dinner - Mmmmm.

At 6:46 PM , Blogger Jonathan said...

A pot of Yin Hao Jasmine tea, freshly brewed by me, along with a banana and a handful of grapes completed my morning nourishment. The tea was to die for!

At 9:35 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

On a workday, breakfast is some combination of the following, assuming that Charlie's Convenience Store is open:

Frosted Flakes/Corn Pops/Raisin Nut Bran to go, with, SKIM MILK! :D


Pop Tarts (blueberry or cherry)

cranberry or grape juice

Breakfast sandwich (the bacon and egg on biscuit is the best, but usually sold out)

Now, on days off, I usually have a bowl of bran flakes, with... SKIM MILK!

At 8:01 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bagels? Milk? Let's hear more of what our Lord Jesus Christ has worked in your life, brother.

Marvin, I have been following your audio broadcasts with much interest, and I am disappointed that you have given heed to the ungodly by letting them silence your testimony against Christ. The homosexuals will mock you and try to stop you from speaking in the name of Christ, but don't be intimidated. We serve a mighty God who is bigger than every perversion of Satan.

My flock is praying for you, Marv. Stand strong.


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