WireMonkey
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12:56 PM
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Just dropped in with a periodic reminder of a burglar that people rediscover and write about every 5 years or so. Dude’s name was Roofman and he would saw a hole in a McDonald’s franchise (frequently the roof) and drop in to rob it. Because McDonald’s layouts are so standardized and shift changes were scheduled at the Read more

1/15/20
2:43 PM
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Eh, at least there’s a little sandwich among the shit... Thanks for the resources! I’ll keep looking/trying and hopefully cobble together something not totally garbage and work up from there.

1/13/20
7:31 PM
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Sorry if this is outside your area of expertise but do you know of any blogging platforms that are designed with in accessibility in mind (for the audience)? I was about a to start a new project with social media and blogging and this article give me the briefest glimpse into the problems existing in many food blogs Read more

1/13/20
2:25 PM
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It was odd to see Dan Levy appearing the Kacey Musgraves Christmas Show, too. Nothing against the guy, I just didn’t realize he was in that caliber of hosting echelon.

1/9/20
12:56 PM
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I’ve never heard of this product! Thank you for the recommendation, I’ll definitely keep my eyes out for it. Read more

12/17/19
6:19 PM
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They’re spicy/acidic because of formic acid, right? I thought I remember learning that a while back but can’t really find a good source on it

12/16/19
8:00 PM
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This isn’t Christmas specific because it begins pre-Thanksgiving and continues until about now but my favorite item from Porto’s in the LA area is their seasonal turkey potato balls. They have a variety of potato balls (or papas rellenas) including traditional, jalapeno cheese and the also seasonal seafood potato Read more

12/16/19
3:11 PM
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Thanks for doing the math on this! As other commenters have said I’m sure it varies on vagaries of pricing and other factors but I’ve found it to be a wash (and a lot of extra labor) trying to bone out my own in the past.

12/16/19
3:11 PM
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Thanks for doing the math on this! As other commenters have said I’m sure it varies on vagaries of pricing and few other factors but I’ve found it to be a wash (and a lot of extra labor) trying to process thighs in the past. Read more

12/13/19
6:08 PM
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Very good point! Yeah, I think what I was really getting at is the prevalence of food in all kinds of social media. There’s a way to do it well and still be good food but too frequently it seems to be style over substance. Read more

12/13/19
4:20 PM
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It’s more of a food genre but I think Instagram food is a good candidate for representing this era. Between unicorn bagels and museums that only visually represent ice cream or whatever it seems like the food zeitgeist is more about the ‘gram than sustenance.

11/27/19
2:14 PM
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Thank you for introducing me to callaloo! I’m fascinated by all the variations of cooked greens the world over and I’m really excited to try callaloo.

11/18/19
9:39 PM
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Oh, man, it’s such a good sandwich. It’s a Torta Cubana from Super Tortas DF in South LA and it’s only ten bucks. It’s not actually a Florida-style Cuban sandwich, it’s a Mexico City style sandwich that comes with literally all the fillings available on the menu. Read more

11/18/19
9:10 PM
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I generally avoid posting any food pics but for practical reasons I’d like to propose something like alternative to the stacking described above. I like to take a picture of a sandwich with a dollar bill for scale like so

11/15/19
3:02 PM
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I didn’t even know KFC had a buffet option until I was noodling around on the store locator page a few years back and saw it’s actually a option you can filter for. Why did no one tell me of this wizardry?! Read more

11/5/19
2:35 PM
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Hey, that’s totally fair. I only picked up the book this year after hearing an interview with the author when it was published in 2013. And when I say “picked up” I mean checked a digital copy out from the library because a physical copy would probably have been to inconvenient for my lazy bones. And then I had to Read more

10/31/19
1:29 PM
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Since you touched on the soil quality resulting from military graveyards, let’s not forget that before industrial fertilizer old battlegrounds were sometimes dredged for human bones rich in phosphorous

10/28/19
6:30 PM
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Definitely everything you said. Also, the fact that it’s a hood reminiscent of those that would oppress the wearer but the opposite color. Given the movie that opens the pilot (plus the Peteypedia movie criticism) it’s a pretty blatant flipping of the literal black hat/white hat convention. When I realized the likely Read more