I've been looking at cars recently, on eBay mostly. I paid for an inspection of a car a couple of weeks ago but the seller is being flaky and it hasn't been inspected yet. I'm considering looking elsewhere, but it's a shame as the price is relatively low and it's local. I'll figure it out soon enough, as once I decide that I want something, it usually becomes mine one way or another. I'll probably sell my bike and biker gear afterwards, and then decide whether I want to sell the truck or not as I've got a few different people interested in it, rough as I've made it.
I found another hippy-dippy supermarket the other day, and they sell a few types of miso paste. I tried to make miso soup with it, but it tasted very wrong. I may have made it too weak; hopefully I'll find some version that tastes correct as I used to make huge things of miso in TX for dinner for cheap and I'd like to do it again. Nearby was a Chinese restaurant, and I could tell it was authentic SE asian because there were at least 4 different varieties of chicken foot dishes there and like 12 different varieties of cream-jello things and half a dozen mochi-esque insulin bombs all lined up in the buffet. Next time I want to wreck my pancreas I'll pay the $15 and just eat the sweets as those chicken feet didn't look too filling. The worst part was the pan of nasty crawfish labeled as 'baby lobsters'; that, as cougar would say, is a lobstrocity.