Tossing Salt Presents:
Fears, Blood Pudding, God & More
October 30, 2021
This world is full of queries and questions. And here, I make an attempt to answer them, at least 10 of them anyhow. So are you ready? The questions are from Twitter. The answers are from me. And Cleveland rocks! Let’s do this.
Name something you trust more than Dr. Fauci.
A box that’s full of starved and agitated cobras. A crackhead that says he loves me and doesn’t want my money.
Do you have a freaky side?
The kind that you don’t take home to mother? You betcha!
Have you ever faced your fears?
Every single day when I wake up and open my eyes and realize that I’m still alive and kicking.
What is something that doesn’t belong in a salad?
Watermelon, peanuts, or M&M’s.
Have you ever had blood pudding?
No, and to be honest, it sounds absolutely disgusting.
Have you ever had blood sausages?
I can’t say that I have and to be honest, it sounds absolutely disgusting.
Do we need God back in this country?
Absolutely. We need God and his guidance in our lives more than ever right now. The world is so screwed up and full of evil and confusion. God, we need you now.
What is your favorite homemade bread?
The kind that was purchased at the grocery store. I’ve baked bread before and it wasn’t anything special. I’d rather just have it made somewhere else, packaged, and brought to the house for my convenience.
What is your favorite homemade candy?
I used to have a recipe for a no-bake peanut butter fudge that was pretty good. I should try and find that recipe again. It was good.
Are you a man or woman of your word?
Word is bond and if your word isn’t any good, then neither are you. It’s just that simple. I try to always keep my promises and word, except of course for when I lie. But that’s not something I’m fond of and 99.95% of the time, if I tell someone something, then they can take it to the bank and count on it.
And there you go. My thanks for reading. Any comments, thoughts, or questions, feel free to give me a shout and we’ll talk. Until the next time, take care of yourself and stay safe. I’ll see you on the other side.