Discussion:All day I face the burning waste

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Death&Taxes (talk|edits) said:

25 September 2013
without a taste of water


H.D. Freifunk (talk|edits) said:

25 September 2013

H.D. Freifunk (talk|edits) said:

25 September 2013
Good call. Burning waste is what it is.

They won't get me to fall for it even if it is fall. You can never find fine food and genuine hospitality in a restuarant which brags about its fine food and genuine hospitality, everyone knows that.

Where is T.S. Eliot? What part of New Jersey is this in? The Badlands or the Wastelands?

I saw some of those pictures flash up on the screen, there's a hundred places even in my backwards "international" city, and even out in the country here (where everybody knows your name cuz there's only three last names), where I can get the same food I saw there for a fraction of the cost and without the two fat guys hovering over me, and it will be better food than what I saw.

The best thing that ever happened in America was the restaurant website, so we can tell where not to go.

Taocpa (talk|edits) said:

Here is a cheaper alternative and probably tastes the same:



Fr. Mackelhenry (talk|edits) said:

25 September 2013
I have never been so afraid to open a link in my life.

Tom, you can afford to eat at these places. I want good food at a reasonable price. I don't care if there is an ice statue dripping water on my head. I don't care if my bench is covered with Corinthian leather (whatever that is). I know how to buy my own fine wine and I can put it in a flask if need be. I don't need the advice of those two gentlemen chefs.

My only weakness is fashion and I do follow the major fashion centers of the world for the latest trends. I found one designer who had gone over to the white tank top (basically the old white tee shirt), and I was able to afford a gross of those; and with them I was as well dressed as anyone in Milan was. This year, things will change next year. The real quality is still in Italy. That's where you'll find the bona fide craftsman (really artists) in the leather and fabric arts and a lot of other things. But how long can this last? I don't know.

At one time in my life, I collected some fine art, but without my knowing it my wife was "cleaning" my acquisitions with Pledge and she ruined several expensive oils I had purchased. Now when I buy art, I buy really small art and hide it from her.

Besides, I think small art will take off in price in the future. For one thing, a lot of the big American homes will be empty. They'll be so hot and stuffy inside because no one will be able to afford the air conditioner what with the global warming. If you have to live in a small home or a hut, then small art is ideal, and the market should explode for it.

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