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Old 04-23-2008, 03:52 AM   #856
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You're mailing this one in, Axver. This diary sounds identical to the one for my playlist.
It's his way of humouring me.
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WTF? Did the fundies throw one too many fits about it or somethinhg?

I must admit, the closest I've ever got to that cuisine is adding "cajun seasoning" as coating to chicken. And bleh, the Mexican food thing still shits me. Now, to illustrate how difficult things were at points, one day a group of us decided to meet up at some Greek fast food-ish place. Kate was all "but I don't know any Greek food! I probably won't like it! :flailwhine:" until her father convinced her to order a certain specific item that he thought she'd like.

Boring Food People for the fail.
i just checked wikipedia, and the gaylord people (lol, that's what it says) no longer own the building, hence the rename.

haha, cajun food is awesome. the restaurant downtown with delicious etoufee also has delicious catfish. the best catfish ever. and not liking greek food? wtf. the best greek food i've ever had was in tarpon springs, florida, which sounds odd, but it's not really because that city has the highest concentration of greeks (or something like that) only second to athens, greece. so it's really authentic stuff. fucking delicious. i had greek pizza, avgolemono soup, chicken souvlaki, and a dessert called chocolate pasta which actually wasn't a pasta at all.
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Hey, LM, you never did tell me if your remark on my nightclub comment was meant in a good or bad way!
Depends on how you take it. If you really don't care for nightclubs and it's not who you are, then it's no big deal. That post just really sounds like something you would say is all.
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Spaghetti Factory's between $10 and $15, generally.
The Colonial Tramcar Restaurant is $75 for lunch or $115 for dinner. Fairly steep. But the dinner's a five course meal, so ...
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So, how did we get here?

Bono's voice is God > Chris Martin is "God" > people emulating U2 > Linkin Park, The Killers > Sam's Town > casinos > various places in Tennessee > Spaghetti Factory.


Therefore, Bono's voice is still God... but the Spaghetti Factory is his temple
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The Colonial Tramcar Restaurant is $75 for lunch or $115 for dinner. Fairly steep. But the dinner's a five course meal, so ...
jesus fuck!
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So, how did we get here?

Bono's voice is God > Chris Martin is "God" > people emulating U2 > Linkin Park, The Killers > Sam's Town > casinos > various places in Tennessee > Spaghetti Factory.


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The Colonial Tramcar Restaurant is $75 for lunch or $115 for dinner. Fairly steep. But the dinner's a five course meal, so ...
Well, it's three at the SF. Salad or soup, entree, dessert (ice cream, either vanilla or spumoni--chocolate, cherry, and pistachio).
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I just managed to entirely tune out the Arctic Monkeys track. I can't tell you ANYTHING about it because it just went in one ear and out the other.

Rock Kills Kid? What the fuck kind of a band name is that? But it's the best song since the Mute Math one.
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I couldn't tell you why they named themselves that. I just like their music.
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Well, it's three at the SF. Salad or soup, entree, dessert (ice cream, either vanilla or spumoni--chocolate, cherry, and pistachio).
Colonial Tramcar Restaurant menu: http://www.tramrestaurant.com.au/menu_frame.htm

The early dinner, which is just the courses highlighted by asterisks, is $70.
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"The Spaghetti Factory is God" would've been a more appropriate conclusion, but I just had horrible visions of entering God's body for the purpose of eating... and it made me feel like a holy tapeworm.
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Salad or soup
trust me, wherever you are, always go for the soup.
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"The Spaghetti Factory is God" would've been a more appropriate conclusion, but I just had horrible visions of entering God's body for the purpose of eating... and it made me feel like a holy tapeworm.
yeah, it being a temple is a better idea.
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jesus fuck!
Eh. It's expensive but I can understand why. I mean, it is good food, it's not just some slosh, and then the fact it's actually renovated, operational trams cruising the regular tram network surely adds to the price. I hate to think how much the tram upkeep costs, and access fees to use the network must be rather high.
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