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The man's work is done. RIP JB.
been to lori's a couple times; it's good diner style food. better, however, is Mel's diner (several locations). i recently had some really good corned beef (in a reuben sandwich) at the Fat Lady, in Jack London Square. oh, and I forgot to mention Chicken and Waffles, also found in Jack London Square.
no hangover this morning, and the prime rib is now nearing completion. not a bad day.
Quote: Originally Posted by iammatt There are two really good pizza places if you are looking for very traditional Italian pizza (not pepperoni). My favorite is Delfina Pizzeria which is in the Mission. You need to wait for a table, but they let you drink on the street so it is OK. Fancier is A16, but I don't think that it is as good. Zachary's in Berkeley is supposed to be great, but I don't love it. Tommaso's is good and old San Francisco and has...
146 people hanging out at styleforum right now. My wife and inlaws are drunk and arguing out some issues downstairs. that is why i'm here and not there. Goldschlager is actually kindof good, once you get past the "it tastes like Big Red gum" phase. I got started xmas shopping way too late this year. My 4yo daughter (now nestled all snug in her bed) is so excited about tomorrow. It really makes xmas fun. There is no snow in the East Bay. I need to get up to Tahoe one...
Yes, i've read good things about it. Hopefully calibration is not beyond my capabilities. I got the Avia dvd as well.
fountain pen hospital might be a good place to start.
last week we watched the video one morning at work, and then that afternoon someone busted out the JT cd (which I hadn't heard yet)...when it came to the slow jam songs, we started cracking up all over again. Dick in a Box totally deconstructs all of the slow jams ever sung. Hi-effing-larious.
"ohhhhh, Wilburrrrr." here's hoping the glue factory falls upon hard times in 2007.
if the big one hits and you don't see any posts from me for many days...send MREs.
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