Hurri, this is the fourth Word Odyssey column, and I've got about 40 more already written, so I won't be short of material any time soon!
This is pretty tragic, but if Bill's at peace with it, I should be too. It's always somewhat annoying when a property owner starts gassing on about doing something different with a place that a business has been in for a long time, though. But it's their place, I guess... I fear a new yupster "bistro" may be on the way.
Toxic is a grand oasis of genuineness and good taste in a world gone mad!!! All the best to Bill and Julianna!
No brainer. Al Perry. He even ran for president.
There are many who merit being "busted." I often wondered why anyone would wish to have their effigy on which pigeons will freely defaecate?
How long has this feature been in existence without my knowledge? I can imagine material will run short before long, but I'll enjoy it in the meantime.
You honestly need to get your head checked. Blind Man Deaf Boy are a group of amazing musicians, and great kids doing the things they love.
The food at the Parish is not particularly inspiring.
Mountain View, California, has FREE parking throughout its downtown -- on-street and in garages just behind the street-facing retail buildings.
Question - can you take the tax credit for just one contribution per year, or if you make contributions to multiple organizations that serve the working poor, can you get multiple credits?
Again, its not it's.
Joy's desserts are among THE BEST in this 'burg!
Martha McSally should read this:
She is out of line. On this and most everything else.
The "cuts" to military retirees' pensions are for those under 62, presumably still working, many at big defense contractors. So they ain't hurtin' too much! Oh, and the MILITARY recommended this budgetary action.
Wish they'd bring back a few more copy editors. Way too many mistakes in the print product every day, 'specially in the Sports section.
Egualamente, mi amigo.
Thank you, ronko. Happy Holidays to you.
Typically I disagree w/CW13's comments. Yet his first 6 sentences are on point. Mandela was one of the worlds great heroes and Danehy's comments today, much like the talking heads and politicians he aptly criticizes bring more attention to himself and his poor writing on the topic. Mandela's life speaks for itself and deserves to be celebrated, not pontificated. Mandela deserved better from this paper. Thanks a lot, Danehy for putting me in the position of me agreeing at least in part with my usual idealistic foe. CW13 who I tend to disagree with often speaks with good sense and respect even though I usually disagree. I do not dislike Rush and his conservative ilk for expressing their conservative ideals, it's the delivery that is annoying, arrogant and aggressive. In this column Danehy's delivery is dangerously close to those he despises.
Icecld: Just an oversight on the upload. I'll put it up later today.
I ask you to start by re-reading Pulitzer Tommy's opening paragraph. Decorum? Choose their words carefully? Blowhard. Super blowhard. Blind squirrel. Tea party crazies. Me thinks Tommy needs to practice what he preaches. I honestly thought that it being the Holiday season that both sides would pull back and chill for a few weeks. Guess I was wrong. There he is Mr. civil liberal, Lord of the Losers himself, Pulitzer Tommy throwing jabs, snide remarks and his usual dose of hateful, factless remarks. Talk about a phoney. I'd bet my bike that he'll be front and center at midnight mass on Christmas Eve, making sure that everyone sees him. I'd rather be homeless than be him. Well, I was going to be a good boy for a few weeks,but if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. As far as vice president Cheney goes, I'd rather be Dick than dickless.
P.S. Signed up yet, Tommy?
Great pizza but:
The saga of the sausage, pepper and onion sandwich. My girlfriend and I were at Heist for lunch yesterday, we ordered a sausage, pepper and onion sandwich to share with an extra house salad.
The server brought the sandwich out on one plate uncut and stated the chef could not cut the sandwich because it would ruin the aesthetics of the sandwich.
We stated we want to share it and needed for it to be cut and asked for a knife. The server then brought a packet of plastic utensils.
We then removed both of the link sausages from the roll, handled the plate back to the server and asked him to have the chef cut it.
The server then returned with the roll still uncut and a knife along side it and had us cut it ourself which we did and handed the knife back to the server.
The taste of the sandwich was great but the service was terrible and unbelievable. We reported it to the day manager on our exit, he shrugged, shook his head a few times, apologized, and asked us how the sandwich tasted.
We have been to the Heist several times for the pizza, we have always sat at the bar and had no issues being served.
Will we go back to the Heist for pizza? At this point I am not sure, I hope this gets back to the owner, perhaps he will offer us an incentive to try again and take steps to remedy this so it won't happen again to anyone else.
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