As you should.
It would probably come down to methodology. Does the higher number of pizza snobs outweigh the douchiness of the smaller number of true beer snobs?
Except these days, they probably spell it Jaiydenne
Ok, definitely making this next weekend.
Annoyingly, the thing that makes me want to open a restaurant is seeing how poorly most of the ones I worked for were run. Which makes me even more scared. If I ever meet someone who offers the startup capital, I might actually fall for it.
It’s not nearly as big of a deal, but if food runners would also stop giving my salad to my wife/other women, that would be great, too.
I’m aware it’s a pretty specific activity, but one of the things I miss about living in Georgia is having a hatchet target set up in the back yard. Also, having a yard at all.
I know I really should cancel my Prime membership and stop using Amazon, but man, free Amazon Fresh (and Whole Foods Market) is a godsend for someone like me who no longer has a car.
Fingers crossed the bubble bursts before my wife graduates law school. There’s just no way $400k for a 1BR condo is sustainable. Then again, with a 4 million-unit housing shortage in the state, I can’t help but wonder if the housing market here is somehow going to stay pretty stable.
What, you wouldn’t want to live in Bakersfield just so you could afford a house sort of near LA?
True. At least we get great weather and beautiful coastline to go with our sky-high housing prices.
About a year ago, my wife and I spent a couple of weeks in Vietnam and Cambodia. If drunk driving was a problem, I certainly didn’t see it. Despite the fact that the scooter traffic is absolute chaos, the only wreck I saw was an older woman who rode her bicycle into the side of a car while turning. Read more