I’ll file that away for the time I never use the word again.
Man, reading some of these answers reminds me how good we had it. Our high school cafeteria was fucking great. 3 hot meals every day on a two or three week rotation with a choice of a hot or cold meal, salad bar and soup, as well a pasta bar every Wednesday (the athletics department scheduled most games on Wednesdays… Read more
It’s also a million times better than the suggestion that I saw of refunding the money to the taxpayer. At an estimated population 11.69 million, that would amount to 42 cents per person... before printing and postage. They would have to charge everyone to zero out the net cost of that brilliant idea.
He was doing a good job, until the crazies chased Dr. Acton out of the department of health and he started to cede the progress back to the crazies. I can acknowledge he did a good job with COVID at the start, but the policies he held before are the same ones he holds now, and I will be remembering that more than… Read more
Yes, because that definitely worked when he was doing it over on twitter, or using official White House press releases to spew the same bullshit.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the years of reheating way too much unhealthy food, it’s that a combination of the microwave and toaster oven is almost universally the best option if it’s something you want fast and with any sort of crunch or crispiness.
For anyone looking to take advantage of this, it’s only valid for the newly vaccinated, as he clarified in a follow up tweet. I was getting my shots no matter what, but it would have been nice to get a $50... provided I actually went to DC.
I think I’ve been to those two places only once or twice each. It’s not good, but they serve a purpose. A friend of mine loves Applebees because he travels a lot for work, and it gives him some level of consistency (even if it is consistently mediocre at best). They’re relatively cheap, so if you get a per diem, you… Read more
Yeah, if I see something I *know* I don’t like, I’ll avoid it, especially if I’ve never been there before. Even if it’s just a topping on a specialty burger, I still feel like it was probably designed to have a certain flavor profile and with plenty of other things I do like, it’s not fair to them for me to alter it… Read more
I only worked in the industry for a few years, only a couple of them being full time, the rest on-and-off, all at a small family-owned pizzeria. Maybe we were lucky with our clientele and didn’t get a lot of dipshittery, maybe I just got out early enough before personal experience jaded me on restaurant customers… Read more
I would hope not. As to why it’s on a special menu, maybe it’s because they have to use the vegan version of some items, and don’t want anyone to accidentally use the non-vegan version if it were on the regular menu? I mean, that would be fairly sloppy of the kitchen, but mistakes do happen. Or maybe the servers let… Read more
Trademark issue aside, I almost wouldn’t even mind if they were at least mindful enough to not list restaurants that don’t do takeout. I mean, I know all they do is just scrub the web to find menus and list them (as wonderfully illustrated in Doordash and Pizza Arbitrage) without paying any attention, but that seems… Read more
I’m not familiar with the Sierra Club, so I’m just using the terminology that was used in the article. Having said that, it looks like they generally have the bona fides as an environmental group (save for the housing issue), but I do appreciate you letting me know that they do get used as a shield for people with a… Read more