There's an article in today's Seattle P.I. titled "Violent Media Poisoning Nation's Soul", and, as the title eludes, it holds violent movies and video games partially responsible for desensitizing the average American to violence. The argument, correct or not, has been made for decades now, and in light of 2012's proliferation of mass shootings here in the states, the argument is back. This is nothing new, of course. Elvis Presley was pegged as the undoing of American youth because he * gasp * swiveled his bacon- coated hips on stage, heavy metal was held responsible for teenage suicide in the 80's because album covers showed images of Satan (???), Pat Robertson, in his infinite wisdom, will tell you that natural disasters are evidence of God's disapproval of the un- pious, the westboro Baptist "Church" blames America's holographic tolerance of homosexuality for the deaths of American soldiers and Dallas Cowboys fans blame Tony Romo for their annual pilgrimage to the land of shattered hopes. Blame is something we all do. We love to accuse someone or something of being an agent of ruin for something we, otherwise, appreciated. Hell, I blame Poison for single- handedly destroying the credibility of rock music during the 80's. Today we wanted to know who you blame and for what: PERSONALLY, I HOLD ______ RESPONSIBLE FOR __________.
OK, instead of going through today's answers, I've been asked to share the recipe for Buffalo Chicken Dip. No, I'm not kidding. Anyway, here's the recipe... sort of.
Mix cream cheese with Blue Cheese dressing. Mix that sh*t together and put it on the bottom of a Pyrex (or Pyrex- like) pan.
Shred chicken (we recommend the store- bought rotisserie stuff) and toss it with Frank's Red Hot. Not Tobassco, Frank's Red Hot. Layer it on top of your cream cheese/ blue cheese layer.
Top it off with a blend of cheddar and blue cheese and put in your 450 degree oven. Cook it. Just cook it until it's hot.
At this point you have your piping hot dip ready for you to drag a Frito, celery stalk, cracker, piece of bread or whatever dip vessel you prefer.
You're welcome. It's f**king delicious.
Ah, forgot the vegetarian version: mix cream cheese with blue cheese dressing and then go f**k yourself. This is a meat- eaters delight.
No, I don't dislike vegetarians, but you're not invited to this particular party.
OK bitches, I'm outta here.
Until tomorrow, dip your sh*t and STAY BEAUTIFUL!"