Coneys come from Michigan. Period. All others are just hot dogs with shit on them.
<< finds Coney Island on a map ... scratches head >>
Rabbits are expendible.
yeah, they bread like rabbits.
Cincinnati = dogs with shit on them. End of story. You're more likely to get Ig to agree there's good Pizza in Albuquerque.
To me, the perfect hot dog is a Nathan's with saurkraut and dark mustard.
Doesn't get any better than that.
My favorite part of Thanksgiving is the leftover turkey sandwiches. (Yes, I know it's October. I made Thanksgiving dinner yesterday. I'll make it again on Thanksgiving. Anyone who complains about it is obligated to first remove all of the Stupidfest decorations from all retail stores.
I miss doing those Ig. When will we do that again?
Also I think people from Turkey ought to be called Turkeys, not Turks. It just makes more sense.
(By the way ... there was a really good picture of a delicious turkey sandwich attached to my previous message, which you probably missed if you were using the text client. I texted it to my teenager, who made one for himself the moment he came home.)
I saw some wild turkeys roaming the yard of my temporary home a couple of days ago.
And three deer.
No partidges in a pear tree, though.
fleeb, I missed it. Why do you have a temporary home?
Third-floor sprinkler decided to explosively orgazasm its water, which travelled all the way down to my floor. There wasn't a fire, fortunately, but almost the whole condominium has to be rebuilt inside.
Is the condo paying for your repairs and loses or your insurance?
The association's insurance pays for rebuilding the unit at least to the point it was when the builder delivered it.
My insurance pays for my belongings and any upgrades to the unit.
My condo didn't have a lot of upgrades, but my insurance paid for all my furniture, cloths, computers, etc.
Overall, I am likely to gain a bit from this. It's a terrible experience, and I really want to move back home, but in the long run, I'll likely come out ahead for it.
Just getting rid of a lot of stuff ... a kind of purging of rubbish that I'd been hanging onto for entirely too long... that is worthwhile.
A friend of my sister went through something similar recently, lived on the bottom floor, a pipe burst on the second floor. The water wicked up the walls and furniture. He lost almost everything.
Wow, it's good you can look at the positive side at least. That is a challenge to have to go through that. How temporary is your temporary home?