• I love Nando’s
• I love outdoor dining
• I love Rio
But P L E A S E give me real flatware, a stack of napkins, and the soda machine (paper cups are fine I guess).
Livers and wings have been in every order I’ve ever placed here. But you’re out? Not cool. At all. Oh yeah and corn. Corn would be good.
Seriously, I get that the community sauce jars are not a great idea during a pandemic, but you’re obviously washing the plates and bowls with a high temp commercial dish machine, so why not real flatware? I understand the touch screen soda machine might be a bad idea, but also why no kids apple juice?
Huge fail. You can do better. The end.
I thought I had one anyway… and I believe, technically, I do! A Googlewhack is two words, but mine was “scary-world” (hyphenated) followed by “vibe” and, as of this writing, it returns a random bulletin board type post from some gaming forum from 4 years ago—and the poster didn’t even hyphenate! my “scary world vibe” begins with a hyphenated “scary-world”, so I was REALLY feeling (strongly) like this was, in fact, a legitimate Googlewhack.
I was (still am as of this post) writing a post about the 1968 riots and my Mom and I (we were there) with some comparison/contrast to the situation now in June 2020. In that piece (again, not finished yet) I am thinking of using “scary-world vibe” in comparing the riots of 1968 and the riots of June 2020 to a moment when I was working right near where I was born shortly after having moved back to the DC area from NYC just after 9/11 (because of how shaken everyone was from that event).
But alas, I used quotes. I should have remembered. Back when I anyone who was smart and tried long enough could actually get an occasional Googlewhack, everyone knew that you could NOT use quotes. I did. It was still a blip of geek-excitement—just long enough to take the screenshots and start a fresh post!
Okay, back to the long story about me and DC during multiple riots… stay tuned!
Seeing this new “wrap” on the Starbucks drive thru sandwich menu raised both eyebrows for me before coffee. Without noticing the price was a little higher than the normal Starbucks breakfast sandwiches and that this “wrap” combines bacon and sausage (I like both, but not together), my decision was made by simply looking at the picture on the menu.
Opening the VERY hot Starbucks branded microwave bag removed any hope of this “wrap” being low-carb along with the advertised 27 grams of protein. The “wrapper” is more like the pita bread you would get at a kabob place than the expected flatbread or tortilla like most wraps. I love bread. I just thought I was getting more of a wrap.
The ingredients are not tightly “wrapped” at all, so be cautious eating. You may end up with egg and sausage falling out. Bacon is in full strips and not at all crispy, so an entire rubbery strip of fatty bacon could easily slide out in one bite—especially if you’re as ravenously hungry as I was when this thing was finally cool enough to chow down.
The bread/wrap component is very well sealed though. Like completely. This thing is probably made by machine. A “wrap” is rolled up and tight. This thing is not that kind of wrap. If you’re okay with a loose, floppy wrap or looking for a serious bread fix, you might really like it!
If you’re looking for the 15 day weather forecast, you can probably find it somewhere online pretty quickly. I never even knew there was a Minnetonka, MN until selling my latest record on Discogs.
Anyway, one more (Domino Theory) from his collection will ship out to Minnetonka sometime this week. I always like to listen before I ship. Enjoy!
A buyer in Australia just ordered my copy of this:
George Gershwin Accompanied By Michael Tilson Thomas Conducting The Columbia Jazz Band – Rhapsody In Blue (The 1925 Piano Roll)
Discogs has proven to be a reliable marketplace for selling records. I still have around 400 (down from over 800), but the sales keep trickling in. If you’re into vinyl, you’ll find what you want somewhere on Discogs…start at my store and browse around from there!
Starbucks locations that are inside a Safeway or other store should always be marked as such. I can’t stand going to one and then finding out it’s a grocery store. I want to go inside of a Starbucks and sit down.