Focus on making better chicken and keep your mouth shut!
All I have to say to that is: Michele Bachman, Sarah Palin and Nikki Haley will star in the re-make of the classic "The Three Stooges" (female version) this summer. Bachman plays a young, or is it infantile character. Is she acting?
Unfortunately, Pat is too old to be an astronaut. I would have liked me to be on Mars.
Comments like "dumbass" and your "stupidity" reflect the fact that your correct comments triggered the coming-out of "different" people living in SC. How does one deal with them? One treats them like what they are, "children"', so you just ignore them. Maybe Marcus Bachmann has a way of "converting" them
Zeus - oh my God! We just came back from the worst food experience ever. Longing for a McDonald's burger. Zeus calls itself a Greek restaurant, but has not even the Disneyland flair of that country. Any Greek national would run away. Sterile, empty, no music, atmosphere like, no wait worse than in a Burger King. We ordered from the well overpriced menu the calamari as appetizer. Bland, needed lots of salt. We forced half, then gave it back. Then came the salad which comes with my Gyro platter. Fresh out of the fridge! Lettuce, one tomato, one slice of cucumber! They really go all out. By the way, the calamari come without a slice of lemon. The Greek way! Lol. Gyro platter! The pride of a Greek restaurant! You cannot go wrong. Been to Greece many times. Delicious! Here, I should have gotten a doggie bag. Literally, my dog would have liked it, but for 13,95, it was too expensive, so we gave it back as it was not eatable and over salted. We had to pay $8 for the salad and microwaved soup. As the manager, a real fair skinned Irish told me the place has been in business for 35 years. They need the money! He must have a rare tongue decease as he told us that he was in Greece and still likes the food at Zeus. If you have extra money to give away, go to Zeus. They gladly take it. You will leave hungry. Great diet!
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