Q:Also, when I went to SF I was vegetarian...but I went to In N Out anyway. Because it doesn't count on vacation.
All the food has been very veggie, halal, and kosher accessible at Google I/O so far, and actually ALL of the prepackaged foods given out are chosen by their ability to be recycled, except for lunch today. There were just endless buffets of barbeque chicken. They had a really sad bowl of lukewarm veggie burgers at the end without buns, they looked like crappy Morningstar ones. Next to it was deboned deskinned chicken thighs.
I couldn’t figure out if it was more depressing to serve the gross veggie burgers, or thighs with the skin and bones off for someone who just wants to inhale meat slankets.
Q:PS, MIKE FUCKING CHEESE!?
Yes. I think we are getting “Waffle Sammies.” I will Instagram it.
Q:Why has no one invented a food peripheral for your computer where you can just plug in cheeseburgers?
You know that is a very good question that would fit the scope of a decent Google[x] project. I will write Peter Norvig as well, and see how far we’ve gotten with Artificial Intelligence recognizing a cheeseburger through machine learning.
Confessions of Matt:
I have never been to In N Out, and I love pickles.
I am staying in tonight in SF besides maybe running out to In N Out to fix that lil problem, so ask me some questions. I will entertain Munoz style “feelings” questions but preferably questions could be in food format, or my feelings about technology unleashed at Google I/O, or some combination of the two ie “Why has no one invented a food peripheral for your computer where you can just plug in cheeseburgers?”
Cheeseburgers are on my mind because I ate some last night and watched the Trailer Park Boys movies back to back for the last two nights.
*furthermore, it turns out, I’m having lunch with Mike Cheese tomorrow.
Chris Hadfield, giant space commander nerd.
Okay I’m making this, because steel is more conductive for heat than pizza stones are, and because pizza stones are expensive, and this is a great excuse to abuse friendships in the steel industry.