How does a story about rugelach get binned under “Acquired Tastes”? My experience is that people acquire it somewhere between their first and second bites. The fact that Costco quit carrying them probably played a key role in keeping me under 250 pounds.
“Astro cluster” is definitely an expression I’m going to have to find an excuse to use out of context. The way any number of things are going in this country, it shouldn’t be too long a wait. Read more
Seven years on, and in the midst of what the pandemic has done to tourism, there is still a company with a suitable looking RV that gives tours of the locations. They also offer a Better Call Saul (I can only imagine the refreshments :) and an El Camino tour now, and have a paywalled virtual version. Read more
If you went out of your way to look for trouble, found more than you can handle, and had to resort to gunfire, a claim of self-defense strikes me as morally weak and should be correspondingly legally weak. Whether it is, of course, is a good question. Read more
A few years ago when cleaning out the fridge, we found a partly used bottle of Miracle Whip, but nobody in the house likes the stuff or remembered buying it. I’m not saying it’s aliens, but it’s aliens. Read more
It’s also a reminder that professionalism in US newspaper journalism as we think of it today was still pretty new when The Front Page came out.
True, but a cute little bow rider like that is a pretty finite problem, and this one looks well kept. Now, if you want to open Pandora’s toolbox, take a comparable deal on the equivalent day-sailer and replace the canvas and rigging, go out a few times, and then start thinking she’s making water in the bilges because… Read more
They should have made an SUV variant called the Porter.