Time on my hands...
My first instinct is to say, "too soon."
But then I look at the menu and see they are going for "Upscale Resort in Phoenix" and I realize even if it did get better, it will never be good.
I can't wait for Portland to finally embrace dining that is both strikingly beautiful and strikingly delicious. Misfires like this set our whole city back.
Freehouse has a slew of great house-made sodas, and Shenaut put some great non-alcoholic drinks on the menu at Raven & Rose. (full disclosure: R&R is a client, but it's not on the website, so I thought you should know).
Charlie loves arguing with Lars. He thinks it's fun - particularly when they disagree.
He is, however, used to fighting it out one-on-one in the studio or over the phone. Having Lars in the office, among a bunch of other reporters, probably threw him off. Most reporters get Charlie The Polished, and not Sparring Charlie. I imagine that awkward to reconcile.
Denis, I get what you are getting at. But none of these folks (other than the sadly unprepared Eileen and, of course, Sam) has subjected themselves to the sort of personal scrutiny that Jefferson has suffered in the last few months. Sure, he handled it poorly. But to suggest that a complete unknown (O'Connor) would handle it better is ludicrous. If you write someone in, write in someone in who can stand the heat and knows the legwork involved - there are options.
Nooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!! Dirty raps turned into PG pablum about a horrible foodstuffs! Noooooooooo!!!
There was also a horse in the paddock with an all access pass. But only the one - the other was clearly a plebe.
As Charlie's campaign manager (yes, I'm outing myself) here's my confusion: Does this mean he'll get his head cut off for being honorable? Will I?
I figured Eileen was dressed as Jaime (the gold cloak, and all) - which makes sense since she is in the battle herself, and maybe it would be a bit sexist to make her Cersei (who never fights her own fights).
But, here's my question: Who is Jefferson dressed as? Is that Theon? Love him or hate him, Jeff-as-Theon is just mean! Renly would actually make a lot of sense for Jeff - he's loved, he has a big army behind him... but they are the Knights of Summer and might not understand the war. (IMHO)
Anyway, as a total GoT dork, that cover made my day no matter how off it was!
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