Whiskey and Nylon


Everything been taught to me

Been taught to me by a black

Leather belt and everything I need

To know been shown to me by the

Mercy of your raised right hand


I’ve been a sinner since the day I was

Born, a little beer in the pacifier didn’t

Hurt me none,  contempt burns strait to

The filter just like a guided cigarette.

Preparation for hell that’s all life is and

When I meet the Devil I expect he’ll be

Wearing my face and speaking through a

Hotel Bible just like my dear old man


At the end of a switch you’ve made me into

A fine man, virtues you’ve no stock to give

Virtues laced with whiskey and nylon I

Know the addiction that became your 3 am

On a different street, same stale puddles of

Gasoline. If I am rotten its because I’ve lived

My whole life face down in shit. I don’t neeed

To tell you but you’ve got no right to judge,

One look in the mirror and you’ll know exactly

Who I am


(I feel like this poem is different from my usual style I have been listening to Seasick Steve and I just wanted to try something new. This poem is fictional but I added some real facts from my childhood. I went for a kind of Blues feel)

Blog Challenge 27 Favorite Recipe


Salmon Onigiri (Sam’s recipe he’s the cook)


4 cups sushi rice

½ dl rice vinegar

1 ½ tsp of sugar

1 tsp salt

Dissolve sugar and salt in vinegar

Cut vinegar mixture into rice using vertical cuts with rice paddle and fold (don’t smush rice)

Let rice cool before forming balls


Salmon (use fresh and pan fry it with a bit of salt I would not use more than 1 tsp of oil)

2 tsp miso paste (red)

½-1 tsp soy sauce

2 TBS mayo (you can use lower fat mayo if you want)

Few drops Chinese Rooster Sauce (it’s spicy)

Let salmon cool a bit before mixing it with the other ingredients


To shape the onigiri it’s easier to wear plastic disposable gloves. Some people use cookie cutters to shape. I use a small plastic square form I find the filling is more evenly distributed when it’s square. Make sure to put plastic wrap in the bowl or you won’t be able to get the onigiri out intact. Massage the rice till it gets a little sticky press into your form, basically make a bowl inside the plastic form add the filling (don’t use too much or they won’t remain intact). Create a lid over the filling by adding more rice, make sure to press the rice down, compact it so the filling is sealed inside and the sides are covered. To remove the onigiri just carefully lift up the plastic wrap. Add a strip of nori to the bottom and sprinkle on some furikake.