Thought you all would enjoy this - makes a point about *$http://www.gocomics.com/ziggy/RG
that is great RG, thanks for the early am laugh!! ginny ---- Robert Gulley <2bopen4all> wrote: <Snip>
My nephew in Seattle said he needed to be more specific [grin] Bob
Robert Gulley wrote: <Snip> Funny, especially since there is a spot in Austin where two Char$ are about three or four blocks apart. Crazy or bad planning. -- Rick Copple
Lewis Black has a skit where he includes this - talks about a Char$ directly across the street from another. Very funny.. On 9/22/07, Rick Copple wrote: <Snip> -- There is nothing more powerful than the Spirit of a Woman who has lost everything and then learned to reclaim it all.
This is a multi-part message in MIME format. it is the end of the world! if I remember correctly I LOVED THAT SKIT! Dennis
There's a spot in NYC where one is on the corner ... the other is next door to the shop on the diagonal corner. And, IIRC the grocery on a third corner is selling *$$ now too! The little restaurant on the 4th corner, a breakfast/lunch place, makes a point of its generic, inexpensive coffee. On 9/22/07, Rick Copple wrote: <Snip> -- "Everything is in a state of flux, including the status quo." -- Robert Byrne
It's like Waffle House, the 24/7 diner-type franchise (mostly here in the south). I can take you to several interchanges on I-75, I-20, I-85 where there is a Waffle House on each side of the interstate. On 9/22/07, Michael Wascher wrote: <Snip> -- Larry J
On Saturday 22 September 2007, Rick Copple wrote: <Snip> They do this on purpose. There's a link that partially explains it here:http://www.pickyguide.com/features/bucking_the_starbucks_experience_feature.htmlI found it quite amusing to see this author bash S$. Impressive, though some of it smacks of exaggeration and I'm far too disinterested to actually fact-check an article like this. :) Anyway, fun read.