Greetings heroes!

I’ve been quite lax with the updating lately. Partially because I’m a lazy bastard and partially because we’ve been firmly entrenched playing “City of Heroes” a new super hero online game. Very much fun.
There are so many hero ideas I’ve had that I want to try. Currently I’m playing this hero. It all started when I was trying to figure out how I could possibly use my online pseudonym, Nos402. It seemed like a strange “name” for a hero. Mostly because of the numbers. I joked that I’d be some kind of vampire robot, and Jess loved the idea. I then concocted a back-story, which actually made that feasible. I was quite happy with it and my character rocks. Much, much fun. If any of you join up, seek us out on the Virtue server! Jess is playing The Grr.
It’s consuming much of our time. Several other of our friends are playing and we joined a “supergroup” with some cool people.
Other than that, jobs suck, life is alright, and everone should eat more queso.


7 Responses

  1. Simon says:

    More what?

  2. Jess says:

    Queso is Spanish for cheese, but Heath’s referring specifically to queso dip or chilli con queso, which is usually made of radioactive (ie. processed) cheese, tinned tomatoes with chillis in, and sometimes beans or guacamole. Then you dip tortilla chips in it and life is good. The only Jess-sanctioned use for velveeta (a brand of radioactive cheese).

  3. Heath says:

    Queso is not necessarily processed chees, that is just probably the most common form. It is basically mexican cheese dip with peppers, and tomatoes in it.

  4. Annika says:

    Chilli con queso is the BEST! I think it is my favorite thing (humans excepted) from Texas! (I don’t know if it originated in Texas, but Texans are the only people I know who make it.)

  5. MOM/Kathie says:

    Jobs do SUCK!!!!!!!! I got laid off today, because they didn’t have enough call volume.At least I outlasted 14 other people! If it picks up in the next 3weeks, they may call me back in.In the meantime , I still have 2 paychecks coming, as they are 3 weeks behind.
    I have a stomach ache now. Going to bed.

  6. Simon says:

    Ah, right.
    *takes time to process*
    But I don’t like cheese.

  7. Jess says:

    “which is usually made of radioactive (ie. processed) cheese” = “Queso is not necessarily processed cheese.”
    I’m sure there’s a traditional Mexican way of making chili con queso that involves neither processed cheese nor tinned tomatoes, but I must’ve eaten the stuff hundreds of times since I came to Texas, and that’s what’s been in it every single time.

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