…Next and more importantly, I noticed the employee that handled my order. She told me that she’d be with me as soon as possible while she handled the order for the people in front of me. I had no problem waiting, but the acknowledgement of my presence was a great start. You can’t imagine how many people behind a food counter will just ignore you, and how such a simple thing as a hello makes all the difference.
At the new Market District in Robinson, I laugh every time we go in the side door & I see this sign:
If you read my recent rant about people not returning shopping carts and found yourself thinking that I was completely out of line… Enjoy some reinforcement from Market District themselves:
Well, you probably know I like barbecue. I’m a big fan, and I’m always willing to try out new places. Well, new places that don’t have shrimp or other deathfish on the menu. I’ve scoped out the web sites three places I haven’t tried… perhaps they’re rather new? Can anyone tell me if they’ve been to any of these places & what they think?
What is this all about?
Turner Dairy Farms rules. Turner’s Iced Tea slays Galliker’s, Coteryahn’s, United, Schneider’s, or any other crappy brands you may try to throw into the mix. Turner’s is also an incredible company. Need proof?
That’s right, Bethany & I are still taking donations for the Food Allergy Walk in Pittsburgh.
So, do you think I can get Turner’s to endorse an Iced Tea themed guitar? Honestly, I was just thinking to myself that I’d like a guitar that’s painted like a Turner’s iced tea carton.
People don’t know how to walk in parking lots. They have this “pedestrian has the right of way” mentality that has inexplicably warped into a strange sense of entitlement and devilish pleasure in making you the motorist yield to their ambling nonchalance.
Over the weekend I was at two places where I saw these allergen signs, the Dunkin’ Donuts in Dormont, and the Giant Eagle in Parkway Center. Generally when I see these signs it makes me happy that the place who’s taking my money is at the very least aware that there are products that they have on the premises that may cause certain people some discomfort or possibly even death…