We had a cat that would knock things over then sit there looking surprised.
Ugh, I worked in an IS department providing end user support, and some of our users back in the late 1990’s had these enormous CRT monitors that weighed some insane amount and delivered a far inferior image to today’s.
Every time my family has eaten at Cracker Barrel, when we left we asked ourselves ‘why did we eat there again, it’s never very good.’ We finally stopped, and make sure we get up in time for the hotel’s free breakfast which IMO is better in addition to free.
If you’re still alive… I’ve been at plenty of them. Cracker Barrel has one, and a lot of small-town restaurants and highway-traveler food places do too.
I hope you are enjoying empty shelves, failed military pullouts, and $4.50-$6 a gallon gasoline. Because Leftists like you have such good common sense.
Yours is actually an interesting post!
You can’t send them, if nobody sends you any mail ever.
Some things stink as soon as you read them though.
To my surprise, even with the TV on and ready snacks available, I have found that I get more work done at home than at my office, most of the time.