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Publix (I think they are only in southeast US) makes great deli sandwiches. Their own bread + boars head + fresh everything else

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Originally Posted by aravenel View Post

Agreed, Publix is great.

+1. The only problem is that once you get Boars Head it starts getting expensive. Once you get past $8 its stops looking like such a great deal.

HRoi - you ever tried Laspada's? http://www.laspadashoagies.com/ They blow Publix out of the water.
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+1. The only problem is that once you get Boars Head it starts getting expensive. Once you get past $8 its stops looking like such a great deal.

HRoi - you ever tried Laspada's? http://www.laspadashoagies.com/ They blow Publix out of the water.

Meh, I'm in New York, so a nice, full-service grocery store is like Nirvana to me at this point, pretty much no matter the cost. Besides, I'm so used to New York prices that an $8 gigantic sammich sounds like a bargain to me.
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HRoi - you ever tried Laspada's? http://www.laspadashoagies.com/ They blow Publix out of the water.
hell yeah...I haven't had it in a long time though. Maybe I should go tonight
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Nice!
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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

wegmans subs are where its at

14 inches of fat thick juicy goodness

this
post #28027 of 45917
i got a birthday card for my kids to give to mrs. stitch. not only did they write her lovely birthday wishes, they took some of their own money and put it in the card. $2.25. i am sure this generosity is another trait they learned from their mother.
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Interfaith marriage?

Btw how far are you from DC? I'm in town for a couple of nights.
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Interfaith marriage?

Btw how far are you from DC? I'm in town for a couple of nights.

lol, certainly not. we are both jews.

not very, maybe 45 min in good traffic. we should defo have dinner if you can make the time. PM me. smile.gif
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i got a birthday card for my kids to give to mrs. stitch. not only did they write her lovely birthday wishes, they took some of their own money and put it in the card. $2.25. i am sure this generosity is another trait they learned from their mother.
Happy Birthday to Mrs. Stitch! It was nice of you to get a card for the kids, and even better what the kids did with it.. Hope she has a wonderful day.
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This is exactly the same self-congratulatory narcissistic bullshit that plagues every social media website ever. No one gives a fuck about your laundry list of #humblebrag things that you're trying oh so very hard not to rub in people's faces and sound smug about and a picture really ramps up the humility of the humblebrag.

Just posted what's making me happy, no need to go all internet tough guy on that.
And now I'm enjoying a nice mandarin. Here a photo just for you: Don't pay attention to the first edition s,m,l,xl or the Crouwel book. they accidentally crawled into the frame, so did the lens flare.

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Happy Birthday to Mrs. Stitch! It was nice of you to get a card for the kids, and even better what the kids did with it.. Hope she has a wonderful day.

thanks, JJ. i will relay your kind wishes.
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I just got a call on a job I've really been coveting, and I have an interview! It doesn't mean a whole lot unless I actually get the job, but, man, a little positive feedback is exactly what my job search needed.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

i got a birthday card for my kids to give to mrs. stitch. not only did they write her lovely birthday wishes, they took some of their own money and put it in the card. $2.25. i am sure this generosity is another trait they learned from their mother.

That's really fantastic, Stitch. Good on them (and on both of their parents).
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G'luck G and cute on the kids Stitch.

My operations guy turns 50 next weekend. His youngest daughter and wife will be out of town for a dance thing for the kid so he's home with his other two kids, sans spouse, for his 50th B-day. I just made plans to surprise him with a couple of others in my senior management team and a couple of long time industry friends. A five hour boozey lunch at my boozey lunch place for all of us a week from Saturday. smile.gif
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I just got a call on a job I've really been coveting, and I have an interview! It doesn't mean a whole lot unless I actually get the job, but, man, a little positive feedback is exactly what my job search needed.
Good going, and good luck!
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