Obviously derogatory against America and Americans, I do love this imagery, especially Lady Liberty stuffing her face with a burger. This is from some European newspaper. Damn, I love this country! God bless America, and thank God for hamburgers, anyway you like ’em.
I am obsessed with old technologies, such as wood stoves which also served as kitchen appliances. I’d love to have a cabin somewhere with something like this. A place to get away, far from the madding crowds, where I can learn to cook and bake using only wood and fire.
Somewhere in the nation’s capital, a fella snuck into a Five Guys burger joint by following a delivery man through an open door. After the delivery man left, he fired up the grill, made himself a burger, drank a bottled water, and then left.
Of course, there are easier ways of making a good burger in the wee hours of the morning. Also, breaking the law for a meal isn’t generally a good idea. Other than the food, it doesn’t look like he damaged anything. No broken windows, no damaged locks.
I do like this guy’s style. There’s something admirable about him. I am fond of harmless, nonviolent thieves. It sure beats the alternative, hardened criminals who don’t mind hurting people. I do wonder if drugs had any role in this.
If the authorities track the man down, Five Guys should just charge him for whatever he ate and drank with the proviso that he should visit during normal business hours.
This image was on the front page of a Malaysian newspaper, The Star. It got me to thinking about what I eat. I avoid products from China, because I have reservations about the quality of items, particularly food, coming from there. I also have stopped eating shrimp because most of it comes from slave labor.
I’m eating something called smorkage, which sounds like a type of meat or a treat from the faraway planet Ork — you know, the home-world of Mork, of Mork & Mindy. It’s kinda like a cinnamon roll. Made by Larsen’s Danish Bakery in Seattle, at the regular retail price, its pricey, but i discovered it on the discount shelf. I even discovered a recipe for it.