@Brooklyn Battery Unfortunately, no. Check out the inspection report on the DOH site - improper food storage temps, roaches, etc.
@Brooklyn Battery Yes. It probably will have a re-inspection and reopen soon, but I'd still steer clear from now on.
@Brooklyn Battery No, closed by the DOH last Friday. Avoid.
On The Worst Places To Wait On Line In Order Of How Much Time They Allow You To Imagine The Sad, Everyday Lives Of The People In Front Of You Until You Eventually Confront The Depressing Reality Of Your Own Existence And The Crushing Burden Of Being For All Of Us—A Pain Which Only Ends With Death, But Never Soon Enough
Security line at Family Court in New York City.
I can't tell if the word pumpkin is spelled correctly after reading that.
I found myself in a cycle of reading a hate-blog (Get Off My Internets, which mostly hates mommy bloggers and healthy living bloggers) but it ended up making me like a lot of the blogs that the site hated. So then I was hate-reading the hate-site and it was making me crazy, so I stopped the entire thing and now my life is much better for it.
From my experience with personal blogs and their associated hate-sites, it seemed like super-restrictive comment policing often inflamed the haters. Blogs that ruthlessly deleted any hint of negativity (however well-intentioned) drove people to hate sites where people were really obsessed with the "what is she hiding?" mentality.
Love Stacey, love Marketplace.
I had this exact same conversation with the MasterCard fraud people, but all of my charges were from Culture Espresso. ("You must really like coffee" is not a helpful comment from a fraud detection specialist.
@Peter Bailey@twitter He wrote about St. Helena again in "Atlantic," which I highly recommend for geeks of all type.
@Myles Tanzer This sounds like the best freshman seminar!
- Still love all things classics. Classics 4eva.
- I liked The Little Friend. It took me about 6 months to come to terms with the ending though.
- I spent summers in my childhood in Bennington and college at a small liberal arts college in the middle of nowhere. Both are as claustrophobic as Tartt makes Hampden feel.
- The rich people. Gah. The description of the house and family at Bunny's funeral (not a spoiler) makes me feel so lower class I can't stand it.