Bathing Bad Bath Salts: Cooked In Albuquerque

Inspired by Breaking Bad:

Indications
Do you find yourself worrying about taking care of yourself or your family? Do you spend time during your tv show wandering around in just your underwear? Even had a plane crash over your house? Are you looking for better ways than a carwash to launder your money? Then Bathing Bad is for you. We relax away the bad with every, long, hot, luxurious bath.

Ingredients
A proprietary blend of fine, course and jumbo ancient salts, organic blend of essential oils that relaxes away the Bad.

Directions
First, stop worrying about everything. Run yourself a nice hot bath. Sprinkle our blue “meth” salts into your water and smell the relaxation. Add yourself to the warm bath and soak as long as needed to relax away the Bad.

You can get:

81Er8Yi7NwL._SL1500_Bathing Bad Bath Salts for $15.

 

 

 

 
41aMHvCx4CLBathing Bad Bath Salts & Body Scrub for $32

 

 

 

 

 
61aX66ZDmFL._SL1240_Bathing Bad Bath Gift Bucket with a Los Pollos Hermanos Gift bucket for $67.

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Muir Woods & Stinson Beach 2001

NewMexiken made a post about the founding of the Muir Woods National Monument which inspired me to post these photos. They were taken in 2001 when I was there on a work related assignment. It’s an incredible place, I can only imagine what all of Northern California looked like before us human scum cut it all down.

Rio Rancho & Lots Of WiFI

Rio Rancho, New Mexico is just butted up against Albuquerque to the north. Thanks to Intel (the largest employer in Rio Rancho and one of the largest in the state) they will have the worlds largest WiFi hot spot. It will cover 103 square miles including residential homes. Funny since you can barley get DSL and no internet via cable.

I lived in Rio Rancho (often called Rio Rathole) when I first moved here. At the time it was mostly a overgrown truck stop with no roads. The road have improved some and the whole city has grown up a lot, it’s good to see some high tech anything moving in.

[Update:] Check out the submission I made to slashdot. Unfortunately I couldn’t remember my password otherwise I would have tons of traffic coming to this site 🙂