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^ this is why we had a car for 4 years in Brooklyn. granted we were fortunate to have a super cheap garage ($160/month), but once you figure out the traffic patterns and where to park in Manhattan things are surprisingly smooth (except for the impromptu UN delegate or parade).I loved the people watching aspect of the L-Train, and missed it a lot when I started driving and/or riding my bike to work (Williamsburg to midtown or UWS), but once I realized that whole train can...
sounds like a thing they'd do in chicago. maybe they can buy mini lawn chairs to put inside the dryer to stake claim.
My wife and I have been looking for some art to put in the new house. We went to a couple places here in Nashville and the wife had some sticker shock at the prices. We were looking for something big 48" x 60", and I saw something that I liked and my wife was like: "$800 for that? We could paint that!" I inform her that a 4' x 5' foot canvas is $100 +, paint can be in the $150-400 range, and easel can be anywhere from $200 to $1,500, and then you have brushes...
Fuck yeah FCC rules you can get cable through roku/appleTV/ect. This sounds good, but will still have me angry at Comcast/time Warner somehow.
yeah I was yapping to my wife about this amazing poboy place and we walked up to the place at 3pm and they ran out!when I read their hours of operation (11am-4pm) I was shocked because normally I would've just gone there after 5pm.also this is how I felt when I pulled into Chick Fil-A on a Sunday.
the washington DC area probably has some of the best ethnic food in the country (asian, african, ect) on top of great seafood but something about the northeast and subpar mexican food.in Fairfield County CT we had some legit mexican food trucks, and even a great little restaurant, but then that place got a positive NY Times review and before you know it the tiny parking lot is filled with Range Rovers and zip cars from the city with people looking for good Mexican food.
I don't doubt there's good/passable pizza here somewhere. Maybe even great pizza.its like mexican food in NYC, there's some good places but more often than naught you have to pay for it, or its inconvenient. I remember a great mexican food place in brooklyn that was inside a tortilla factory. It was great mexican food, but overrun with hipsters and people looking for good mexican food.I bet there's great pizza somewhere near here, but I'll have to pay for it or plan my...
After the bad pizza, I asked around and someone suggested I order a frozen Geno's pizza to bake at home [[SPOILER]] In fairness I did have some delicious grits and farm fresh eggs for breakfast. Yesterday's lunch was this green bean salad that someone made for me that I scarfed down in delight.Also there are some mexican food places near by that were legit good (one was literally inside a gas station in the ethnic part of town).the one thing that gets me a bit jibbeldy...
yeah the regionally appropriate food has been delicious. but sometimes you want a slice of pizza. I did the thing where I ordered a pizza, ate one slice, was disappointed... realized that no one was going to eat the rest and threw it away... then felt guilty that I threw away food.its honestly the first time I've lived in a place that didn't have government provided trash and recycling pick up.NYC had twice a week trash pick up and once a week recycling - wasn't single...
I've had a super dissapoint nashville bagel, and now had an atrocious nashville pizza. Also some weird things about where I live: I live in a pretty affluent area right outside of Nashville, but it has weirdly disappointing aspects: 1. we have to hire our own trash pickup. - super disorienting to have to pay for garbage pickup. 2. recycling pickup is extra! Wait, what the fuck? Now I have to pay fucking extra for recycling pickup? 3. they have recycling/trash...
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