What would I have been without rock in my life, seriously ?
and you’re closer to the paper when you work by hand,
but I use the typewriter for dialogue because people speak like a typewriter works.
I’m calling this my summer soup. It’s been in the slow cooker all day, Purple cabbage, Yellow squash, Celery, Carrots, Cilantro, and Chicken.
People seem genuinely fascinated by astronomy, the impossible distances, the luminous stars and endless worlds, more beautiful and interesting than anything around here… It’s really an exasperating subject, one my shrieking ego cannot abide.
Why in the world are online menus so hard to come by with restaurants? Letting loyal customers post it to Urbanspoon doesn’t cut it. Who knows if that’s up-to-date or not? If anything, posting an online menu should come before printing menus because that online menu will draw people in. If you don’t post an online menu, people may not come in and you may not even need printed menus, n’est-ce pas?