Had an invitational in Oakland, and it was wild, he remembers. Just piled all into three old vans, stayed at this seedy hotel. It was a crack up. Fresh off a trip across the pond, where he proudly accepted an award as UK GQ Personality of the Year, on Monday evening Piers Morgan was back inside his CNN New York studio, doing what he does best: putting guests on Grill and engaging in a gun debate. A complicated issue. Distraught with the notion of those without vision using firearms, the Morgan Live host couldn get past one simple fact:.
Strong Wheat prices will further active again. Increase housing land supply efforts. Deliverable grade standards relaxed to some extent offset the increased cost of imports brought bullish support. Burgers stuffed with foie gras; burgers made from ground Kobe beef (destroying the whole point of this already butter tender meat); burgers made from, and topped with, all manner of horrifyingly healthy stuff; burgers like the $99 double truffle creation at DB’s Bistro in Manhattan. The chichi burger thing is one of today’s hottest food trends. And we’re so, so over it.
It good to know there still a private eye who can enjoy a mnage trois and then face down a rich, corrupt Texan he sees as hyena in the rotten wake of the multinational prides. Obviously has a full head of steam, and the news from his camp is that he deep into writing his next Sughrue novel, Right Madness. It hard to say what driving him.
Jimmy Breslin was right. It a lousy idea to turn the victims of 9/11 into martyrs and just as lousy to turn Ground Zero into a glorified cemetery. It was wrong in 2003, when he railed against both ideas in his newspaper column; and it is now, when the 10th anniversary of 9/11 is about to be commemorated exploited in a solemn fit of national mourning..
Dragons and serpents appear very frequently in folklore. We all heard common stories that place them as the big bad monsters terrorizing the civilized world. Stories about them often focus on the archetypal hero who must come along to slay the terrible beast.
This old time style Soda Fountain Lunch Counter may be a throwback to a time and place that today’s kids have absolutely no idea about, but who cares, the kids will enjoy the whole package. More than an ice cream bar (bar, as in “lunch counter”) this authentic 1930’s style soda fountain and classic lunch counter serves what kids and grown ups want to eat. Sweet and savory are well presented and at the heart of this modern take on a neighborhood gathering spot.