April 15, 2005

I died and went to Chocolate Heaven!

Taking a break from cleaning, cooking for Shabbat and tearing my hair out to say:

White chocolate on top, dark on bottom and in between chocolate nugat. Now that is good.
If I can't lay my hands on one after I die I'll know I didn't make the cut.

Oh and a question for all my music lovers out there; what is your favorite free, online radio? I've tried Virtual Tuner, and 365: what is the best. Are there any you can access from desktop for free? I tend towards jazz and classical if that is of any help.

Posted by Rachel Ann at April 15, 2005 06:24 AM

I've beeen pigging out on chocolate, since there's nobody to help me finish it all before Pesach.
waste not want not

Posted by: muse at April 15, 2005 02:48 PM

For free on line radio, I use Yahoo's "Launchcast" which has an interface built in to Yahoo Messenger. They have all sorts of pre-set stations, but you can also create one based on your own preferences.

I haven't looked at other options, this has been working ok for me. Besides, I'm much more likely to be listening to baseball on the PC then music.

Baseball is $15 a year at mlb.com to listen to almost any game. I remember way back when I asked your dh what he would miss if you did move to Israel. He was such a die hard Yankee fan, one of the things he talked about was missing baseball. But he stopped being a fan after the strike in the mid 90's. So of course when you do move to Israel, ironically he could listen to the games but no longer cared! I guess that is a good example of how things can change.

Posted by: DAve at April 15, 2005 02:57 PM

Free and favorite? Easy: http://www.wwoz.org/live_broadcast_stream_wm.html

Live from New Orleans. I heart this one.

Posted by: RP at April 18, 2005 05:09 PM
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