Was changing the filter on the furnace and looked at the "Sears Kenmore" nameplate on the 22-year-old unit. Sighed. Won't easily get parts now, I presume.
Not sure Sam & Ella's was such a good choice for a chicken place. Like Dr Pain the Dentist, some folks just shouldn't use their names for their business.
Captain Whitebread: Cheap oil may be good for the country as a whole, but it's killed business here. No oilfield workers coming in any more to blow their paychecks.
Not Ray Croc... Kroc!!!
qdpsteve: ...McD's is going to start offering... table service....
With what, robots?
And I'm sure McD's patrons will be big tippers.
Sugar Plum Fairy: Started reading Sam Walton's autobiography Made In America, today....
I think it would stand you in good stead if you started the interviews with your standard phrase.
Burn, salt, scatter...
And, of course, don't wear pants.
We'll also up the tip quite a bit if we're sitting a long time at a table in a busy place, and/or drinking little or not at all where most tables might be expected to order more booze. Because.
Spent some (too much) time in bars when we were younger and lived in Chicago. My late bro-in-law was a great bartender.
Tipping the bartender is a wise thing.
Daughter has done a lot of waitressing. We don't go out to eat as much as we used to, but our baseline has been 20% for a long, long time.
Scrolling through the comments at high speed because I couldn't stop after scrolling through long cat, I thought I saw a couple comments about jumping across the table to strangle somebody in court
Sherry McEvil: ..."Once you get Bill all fixed up on being a drunk and a complete jerk who makes people cry, then we can talk about my disability."...
Re colleje l'arnin' versus real-world...
Wal-Mart closings would be considered a bad sign, I think, except between their China-dependency, recent flirting with exorbitant minimum-wage and other bad business decisions, I think the ghost of
cthulhu: ...Tried to leave $1.10 for a 99-cent purchase and get out......20 minutes later, with multiple levels of management.....
Muslim Flight Attendant Sues Because Job Makes Her Serve Drinks (Frontpage)
My prayer (all 1/65,000th of a mustard seed's worth) for ye spouse, FenelonSpoke. I understand it's hard, but that sounds like a job it's good to be out of.
Oh, Maaaan! Radio Shack is going to sell my personal information from when I bought my first computer from them in New Mexico in 1978! Dang!
"Avoid at all costs," I meant, of course, darn you editor fail.
You usually can't get me into a mall or big box store on the quietest of days. AtC's attitude about how the Outdoors is out to kill you? That's how I am about crowds. Avoid art ask costs.
Sam Walton is one of my heroes. Wal-Mart is a great American success story.
My son delivers for Papa John's. Don't know about the chain, but at least locally, he says it's a good place.
Laurie David's Cervix:
"I ordered 1 of something and they sent me a case."
"Did you order 1 'item' or 1 "case of the item"
Vic revises > He deserved to get fired.
Vet working as greeter gives stuff away at his job.
Gets told not to.
Does it again.
Gets told not to.
Does it again.
"Google has confirmed that it will remove the music videos of independent artists unless they sign up to its upcoming subscription music service.
"...however, this field is not the place for religion," wrote program director Adrienne Dougherty.
"What dumbass would go into business with the govt., whereyou have to maintain a lease and make reports to various agencies. Cowboy dumb." —redenzo
Charlie Chan: They used to say, what's good for GM is good for America. Something like that. It was so long ago.