Come on now, as if Panda Express is really good in other parts of town.
Being critical of Israeli policies is not the same as being anti-Semitic.
The new popular grocery store in my neighborhood has 2 separate designated pet areas with water dishes and places to tie the dog's leash to. That kind of made me feel like it might be okay for me to leave the little buddy outside for a few minutes while I run in and buy a couple of items. If a dog isn't a barker, I think it's ok to leave him/her there for 10 minutes or so. It beats leaving the dog in the car during hot weather.
There was a lot of opposition to the 7-11 on MLK. If you were actually involved in NE neighborhood issues, you'd know that.
Besides, TJ's is the Walmart of natural foods. They undercut the prices of independent grocers, co-ops, and other chains by purchasing massive quantities and bringing you the same food but much less fresh, wrapped in more layers of plastic, and trucked more and more miles. How awful for you. Now you have to go all the way to Hollywood to buy a shrink-wrapped red pepper on a styrofoam tray and chocolate covered crystallized ginger. How dare people who have lived in the neighborhood for generations ruin your tidy little life by denying you easier access to a Trader Joe's. How thoughtless of them to consider their own community before your convenience.
But I'm a near-sighted dance instructor.
Tupelo Alley (overpriced apts on Mississippi) allow dogs. Breed restrictions (probably no pits or rotts) but no weight limits. Bring on your big and/or fat dog and fat wallet.
Is it just me, or does anyone else find the Destination DIY radio show like nails on a chalkboard?
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