You recommended Binh Minh Sandwiches, which is on SE Powell, but I didn't see a mention of Binh Minh Bakery, on NE Broadway. Are they connected businesses?
Sadly, the helmets don't appear to be available for purchase from their website for folks in the States.
"We only dispatch parcels to countries within the European Union (EU) through our web shop. If you live in Iceland, Switzerland or Liechtenstein please contact us by sending a mail to email@example.com. If you live in Norway, we kindly refer you to Designtorget's web-shop or its stores in Oslo."
"I don't know what this gentleman has against Ipswich Town's swarthy striker Michael Chopra but it has to stop."
Ah, Ted, you've made my week with an Ipswich Town reference. Blissfully random.
Brilliant review. Consistently funny. And unlike some Mercury reviewers, the curse words had context. Can't wait for This Means War -- in a Freudian moment I almost wrote This Mans War -- comes to the second runs. For $3, I'm all over this. Oh, and contextually, Tom Hardy is the shit.
That is one massive loafer.
Would it be churlish to suggest that the lap run was a hideously unnecessary exercise? Pointless and irrelevant to a show about designing clothes, it begged the question, "What if a designer was a person with disabilities?" I've always enjoyed the show because it was more interested in the process than the personalities, however this episode made me think that, sadly, it's jumped the shark when it should have been accessorizing the tank.
This is a joke, right? Were all the plesant people at Trek in the Park?
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