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thats the problem with "diversity" hiring. you hire based not on ability to do the work, but just random people... hence horse shit results.
And the crust on pizza must be thin!
I walked around in a high-priced condo building near E. Huron and N. Fairbanks looking for coffee a while back. Everybody inside looked unhappy. I would be, as well, if I lived or worked there.
I'd have to be starving to eat airport food.
It's pretty clear why you guys voted for Trump.
Depends on the time of year. Downtown, near North and the lakefront are hard to beat in the summer time. Humidity can be tough, but it's a great city in nice weather. Lots of cool neighborhood bars, patio, roof decks that are fun too. Winter can fuck itself anywhere except a mountain with chair lifts installed.
Booger saysI'd have to be starving to eat airport food.And rich. $18 burgers and $8 beers are a joke. Eat and get wasted before you get to the airport. My wife had a fucking $16 mimosa recently on one trip. The bottles of both ingredients don’t come close to that price for what they’re using.
And rich. $18 burgers and $8 beers are a joke.
WookieMan saysAnd rich. $18 burgers and $8 beers are a joke.For $18 that hamburger should include a blow job.
There is some irony in how we can travel very long distances, across continents and over oceans, in a few hours, safely, reliably, and (all things considered) in relative comfort, for less than the price of a steer, and find things to complain about.
$18 burgers and $8 beers are a joke.
I didn’t vote for Donald. But after seeing how you people on the political left behave, I will not make that mistake again.
Am I nuts, or getting old, or do burgers no longer taste that great at most places?
Arby's is about the same, just more expensive in relative terms.There is the key. People do not want to pay for a better burger. Open a joint that has quality beef and buns, and your higher price will be called a "rip-off" and may not get enough business.