That’s just awful. Sounded like bad karaoke.
That’s just awful. Sounded like bad karaoke.
What! No Jessica Rabbit? What about Holli Would (Kim Basinger in Cool World)? And my all time fave, Jasmine from Aladdin?
I’m sure my kids would agree with just about all of these. Wow we are great parents!
That is the most idiotic ad I’ve seen in a long time. What morons!
#6: Japan X, they rocked! Man, nearly forgot about them. I need to find some of their music now.
I agree with Sam.
There is always upside and downside. I know the servers I worked with in college at a 4star restaurant earned a nice living. High class clientele = high class tips… usually. A system like in Japan where tipping is not customary (prices are higher but service is baked in, ha pun) is in theory more socialistic (i.e crappy service equals the same as great service) so where’s the incentive to work hard? Conversely, the American system is more free enterprise based, where effort to reward is balanced. Unfortunately, lazy selfish people take advantage and ruin it for everyone. I tip good service 18% minimum. If my kids are with me and make extra mess, I tip more. But some people don’t understand the difference between good service bad product (food) and just bad service. If the food is bad but the server is trying. Don’t punish the server, just make a complaint to the manager about the product and don’t eat there again, but don’t punish the server because they work in a poorly run establishment.
What? No Kyupi Mayo on top? I only use Med-Hot (3) House Vermont Curry. I sauté the onions and green peppers with minced garlic and a dash of Japanese ground white pepper. Then steam chicken tenderloin on top of the onion/pimon. Once cooked remove chicken and shred (no cutting) and set aside. Boil potato and carrot with half the recommended water and the other half milk. Just before fully cooked, add curry roux. As it thickens I add back the shredded chicken and sautéed onion/green peppers. I then add a can of diced tomatoes and grind a half of a Fuji Apple into the mix. Add a bit of honey and brown sugar to taste and let simmer to thicken. My family and friends love it!
One creative résumé was printed on a t-shirt and the back of the shirt read, “I’d give the shirt off my back for this job!”
I spent 6 years in HR and hired hundreds of people and saw 10’s of thousands of resumes. Back then unemployment was around 4% and I had no choice but to over look some strange things in some resumes. They wouldn’t get away with it in today’s market.
My wife is Japanese. My oldest son loves grossing his friends out at lunch. He hates Japanese Saturday school.
So there is merit to the saying, “you have a face for radio.”
I worked in a fine dining establishment my first year of college. Customers dropping a minimum of $35/person before drinks. Throw in a couple bottles of wine, desert, maybe a bottle of champaign or Cognac, and an occasional cigar (back in the day), and they dropped some serious coin. Most customers were great, especially the regulars and corporate groups. It was the “new money”, those that seemed to have just won the lottery or just hit the jackpot on slots and thought they were high rollers that felt it necessary to belittle servers and act like jerks and tip pennies in the end. Now, grown up and a father of 5, when I take my family to a restaurant, it is an educational opportunity and my kids know what behavior is expected. When the kids were little, they sometimes made a mess, for which I not only personally apologized to the server for but made the offending child apologize. Then I compensated with an additional tip on top of the 18% for the extra work. I agree with others here who said working as a waiter should be required, many lessons learned.
What a shame. I mean they even gave Milli Vanilli a Grammy… before they revoked it, but they at least gave them one initially. Closer than Rush or Queen. Are you kidding me?
I can relate to all of these. I miss those days.
Oh, I hope they ship some to Ralph’s in CA. I moved to So Cal from KY two years ago. In KY I had a Graeter’s down the street. None here in CA but I discovered Ralph’s (owned by Kroger as Cincinnati Co.,) carries it. I miss the double scoops in the chocolate dipped waffle cones thou.
You gotta be kidding. I have eaten at both a number of times and In-N-Out isn’t even in the same category. I’ll take 5 Guys any day. Actually, I’ll take Whataburger over In-N-Out any day.
Absolutely bring back and finish Terminator: SCC. I was pissed when they left it hanging. I watch little TV and this was the third series in a row that I got into and made sure to try to watch that ended up getting the can. It was the last. I got so sick of this happening that I stopped watching new shows. What’s the point when they just get canceled as soon as I really start to like them.
Nice excuse… uh, nobody called? Umm, must have been a glitch, yeah a glitch. No, no, I know. It’s those evil Republicans using some kind of technology to jam the phone lines. Yeah, that’s it. It’s a conspiracy. What? Really? They just didn’t call because they don’t care? Oh, JayZ wants to keep his guns and his body guards guns? Oh, …