If nearly 20% of the respondents don't know what BBQ sauce they like, how can they be qualified to vote for president?
I'm not opposed to PPPs, but things can turn sour especially when large assets are involved. I wish I could find a good case study on the Veolia - Indianapolis PPP that highlighted all the things that happened over the 10-15 year span of that agreement. It's interesting to see how it evolved from a PPP that received high accolades to one that seemed to be involved in numerous lawsuits and eventually a termination of the agreement.
Just my opinion...I had dinner (for two) there earlier this week. 5 plates between the two of us plus a dessert for each of us was plenty of food. I thought the drink menu was a bit pricey, but I couldn't disagree more about the food portions being so ridiculously small. The portions were perfect for two. It's too bad you did not try the desserts as I think Amanee is terrific and dessert definitely did not disappoint.
Probably not a great explanation (and it's only my point of view perhaps), but music is at the core of the culture. The music draws people together. The crowd it draws tends to be very diverse, genuine, welcoming, positive, creative, non-judgemental, etc. There is a feel/vibe to it when you're around this group of people. To me, that's the culture.
Very good list. I agree...I continue to be amazed how many people overlook Tristan.
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