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Oh, and on Edwin Jackson, it's not clear to me why Sanchez got 5/80 and Jackson 4/50.
My office is directly across from the kitchenette (fridge, Keurig machine, microwave) area. A guy I used to work with, who was as big an eater as I've ever seen, would occassionally go on the Atkins diet to reduce his ~340 lbs. He usually always had a fair-sized plate of meat at 10 o'clock break, but this one day he grabbed a 2-lb toupie ham out of the fridge, cut it up into chunks and microwaved it, then dumped about 1/2 a cup of mayonnaise on it and took it back to his desk to eat. Might I mention he was our receptionist.
I'm also a "salad with no dressing" kind of guy, but not because I don't like the flavor of dressing. Rather, I like the flavor of salad.
They call him Jesus even though he actually looks like a pirate. He used to pitch in the bullpen, but he doesn't anymore. Much respect to my Cubs fan friends, but it needs updating.
Fries are at their best with gravy.
a tomato sandwich with mayo is nearly the perfect food
Arby's curly fries. Z best.
go to rallys for good non curly seasoned fries
In all fairness, it's not so much that he looks like Jesus (frankly, he never really did)...
But really good french fries are best with nothing. Condiments, to me, are only there to make up for sub-par fries.
Does anything really not go well with fries? Fries with gravy and gravy and cheese is great, of course. Let's face it, fries are the perfect food. Has anyone ever met a person that said, "Oooh, french fries? No thanks!"
Bacon and avocado with thousand island makes for a nice sandwich.
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