Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Chevy S10 is a border-spanning custom that could very well Italy has been an auto-producing nation for almost 120 years. The country’s first series-production car, the 1899 Fiat 4HP, may have Advertisement Out of that auspicious beginning,1993 Alfa Romeo 164 S we considered was representative of the last Alfa to be sold in the U.S. before the company went on a long hiatus here. The car was appealing in the way nicely maintained Alfas are, and at $5,200 it was seen as a decent value too, earning itself a solid 70 percent Nice Price win. As most of you are probably aware, an international incident occurred at this week’s NATO Summit in London. What happened was a gaggle of leaders from other nations, led by Canada’s hunky Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, were caught dissing Donald Trump, apparently le fetch’ happen! The problem for the U.S. with being in a spat with Canada is that we’re backyard Advertisement … [Read more...] about At $5,500 Canadian, Could You Find Common Ground With This Custom 1985 Chevy S10 Pickup?
Hey Salty! Long, longtime server/bartender here. What should I say, if anything, if a customer asks me to clear their plate at the end of their meal, with the majority of their food still on it? (I’m not talking here about a few bites left over at the end, I mean they’ve clearly only taken a few bites at all and are asking me to remove the plate from the table) I’m conflicted on this—on one hand, if the customer was dissatisfied with their meal and that’s why they’ve left most of it, I’d love to get the chance to make it right, whether that’s offering them something new, or offering to remake the dish. On the other hand—I wouldn’t want to embarrass anyone; for all I know they didn’t eat their food because they’re struggling with a health issue, or an eating disorder. Do you have an idea for a script with this sort of thing? I don’t exactly want to say “Was everything okay here? I notice you didn’t … [Read more...] about Ask The Salty Waitress: Should I ask customers why they didn’t finish their meal?
Dear Salty: It’s snowing on a Friday night, and I decide I’ve been cooped up enough to head to the BBQ down the street. It’s not a 5 star restaurant, but it is definitely not a walk up fast food place either. I am male. I ask to sit at the bar, and I am the only one sitting at the bar. The male bartender acknowledges me, gets me a menu, and takes my order—no conversation, but politely handles the necessary essentials. Then he goes back to watching the basketball game. Shortly after walks in a single attractive girl. He immediately turns into service overload, and then I am in the middle of a conversation about both their interests, day, hobbies, ski trips, and what interests them on a Friday night. It’s not like I want to date the guy, but am I wrong in thinking this is a reflection of his service? Sincerely, Not as cute as the girl next to me Dear Cutie Pie, The answer to your question, honey bun, depends on how much you value conversation as part of … [Read more...] about Ask The Salty Waitress: Why is the bartender talking more to the cute girl next to me?
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Nick Offerman reading from The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer—that pairing, which once just existed in your dreams, is now audiobook reality. The Parks And Recreation star has lent his baritone voice to Mark Twain’s signature wit in an Audible performance of the classic boyhood novel. It’s not hard to imagine Ron Swanson getting behind an observation like “the less there is to justify a traditional custom, the harder it is to get rid of it,” though it might prove too pithy a phrasing. In this exclusive clip, Offerman defines the notions of work and play, a distinction that young Tom makes to lighten his load. Advertisement You can almost hear the twinkle in Offerman’s eye as he shares some of Tom’s hoodwinking. The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer is already available for purchase over on Audible. … [Read more...] about Nick Offerman meets Mark Twain in exclusive