Teh Squeaky Wheel
G’mornin’, GN; any Thin Mints left?
Hope Sven’s feeling better this a.m.
Absent some residual black ice from yesterday’s / last night’s thaw-freeze cycle, things are mostly back to normal commute-wise around here.
It’s really asinine that an inch or two of snow screws things up in metro ATL for days. Kind of surprised the regional business community puts up with this stupidity in 2018.
Yeah, I understand that investing in equipment, storage and maintenance of same, and supplies, which won’t get used every year is a non-trivial amount of money; nevertheless…
It’s probably a conspiracy by Big Milk, Big Bread, Big Egg and Big Toilet Paper. 👿
That money you want to waste could be used to buy votes and graft. How does providing essential services and safety to a bunch of little people help with that? Who serves who here? If the public wants to pool their money and pay for such services let them do it without wasting tax money, that’s why it’s called “public services.”
You just don’t understand government.
I suppose you’re right; I just don’t understand that oaths by elected and appointed officials are mere lip service as far as they’re concerned.
Tar. Feathers. Rails. Torches. Pitchforks. Tumbrels. Gibbets. Esso stations.
Happy Friday, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa, and Mac!
Thin mints -- now in handy single-serving packaging!
Ha! That made me laugh out loud.
I have a weakness for dip chips and California dip. Elena suggested recently I could just make a half batch. She laughed at the look I gave her. One does not make a half batch of this wonder treat or eat it in less than a couple of days! I have not had any for years but that does not change fundamental laws of nature or California dip.
I would like to leave the impression that we both finish a pint of dip in a couple of days but the truth is she does not like it. I. Eat. It. All.
I share your weakness for California dip and ridged potato chips. Don’t often purchase them ’cause they don’t last very long around here, either.
Also really like tortilla chips with guac -- heavy lime -- and/or good salsa (i.e., not the ketchup-y horrors of many store-bought varieties).
Been doing a low-carb thing, so all that stuff is too dangerous to have in the house at present. 🙁
Maybe a tub of Trader Joe’s carmelized onion dip and a spoon wouldn’t be so bad…
Same on low carbs. It has been the secret to weight loss and is diabetic friendly as well.
I love tortilla chips with Nacho cheese or with meat and Nacho cheese. I don’t do salsa, though of course Elena loves it.
I have found no other dip I like but Lipton onion soup in sour creme. Food of the gods.