I'll be in San Antonio at the beginning of next week. Up for meeting anyone that might be around.
I was wondering how is person 'A' suppose to know what the taste of person 'B' remembers?
Saw an article on the best BBQs.
Which one is suppose to be the best? Of course Texas BBQ is made of ketchup and molasses so it sucks... all of it. A good Carolina spicy vinegar based sauce is the only way. Ketchup and molasses is for Jill Stein voters.
I was wondering how is person 'A' suppose to know what the taste of
person 'B' remembers?
That isn't particularly relevant because Big Butt Bear is not a person.
He's a teddy bear.
So how the hell was the BBQ?
I was in San Antonio the last weekend of January, and the BBQ was good. Then again I like all BBQ (Kansas City Style, North Carolina style, Texas Style, etc). I got BBQ from Two Brothers and it was very good. Though they were out of brisket when we went. The pulled pork though was excellent.
Looks like I'm going to be in Chicago towards the end of July this year. Anything interesting to see/do there (other than "try not to get killed") ?
The Science & Industry Museum, the Museum of Natural History, Shedd Aquarium, are three things to do off the top of my head. Navy Pier is kind of cool. Walking the beach around Navy Pier is pretty cool as well.
Please note, I am not a native to Chicago, I have just been there alot.
http://www.tvtix.com/show.php?eventID=233 You know you want to.
Have to admit, the Chicago Aquarium is pretty impressive! Agree with the Pier, too, if you have time.
I always enjoy the [D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[D[C[D[D[A[C[C[C[CSh [A[C[C[C[C[C[Cedd Aquarium are worthwhile. I always enjoy visiting the Museum of Science and Industry which contains a World War II submarine (inside) that you can tour. I have never been but I hear that the Adler Planetarium is nice.
I thought your st00dpid sister was single and living in Broward County Florida. Do you have two sisters who at one time kicked your ass?
It is good to see line noise is still a thing.
I've heard that the most popular thing to do in Chicago is to get murdered.
That doesn't sound like fun.
As long as you get some *real* pizza, the deep dish Chicago style, your trip will not be wasted.
All real pizza comes from within a sub-50 mile radius of New York City. Everything is is just crap.
Oh, and "that place in [whatever crappy city] that is owned by a New York expat who imports real New York water" is about as real as "Original Ray's".