I'm not sure which is more pretentious, Vampire Weekend's music or this preview?
The last time I was there, I ordered the gazpacho, and my waiter -- who informed me he was a "bit of a gazpacho expert" -- refused to serve it to me, claiming it was inadequate. The rest of the day, I kept thinking, "If you're an expert, why don't you tell them how to make it right?" Maybe it was just that day's batch. Not sure. But, if not, surely the new owners would like to know one of their waiters is refusing to sell an item off the menu.
" ... in order to avoid a divisive primary and to help unite the Democratic Party ..."
π^2 FOR LIFE!
While Shipley Do-Nuts still reigns supreme in the hearts of Arkansans -- mine included -- for the nearest true kolache, go to West, Texas, and enjoy its amazing collection of Czech bakeries.
And, at the risk of sounding racist, @Max, are the new owners of the Cantrell location of Asian decent? I've noticed many locations across the state (e.g. Harrison, Ozark) are run by Asian-Americans. Still the same delicious product ... I just find it interesting.
I'm not sure which offends me more, Martin's disregard for the law or his bowl-cut.
I've enjoyed the pleasure of firearms my whole life. I honestly don't see what's wrong with the idea of extending background checks, and polls seem to suggest most Arkansans agree (84% Schoen LLC, 72% ALGR). Am I missing something?
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