Open Thread

Beautiful day today, and I got a bunch of cleaning and other stuff down, and now I am just waiting for the Steelers to suck up the joint at 8 pm.

Hurt my big toe pretty bad today. I was washing dishes, and I had a real heavy fiestaware serving bowl all soaped up and got an inexplicable wave of the heebiejeebies. I shivered and shuddered momentarily and lost grip on the damned serving bowl, and wouldn’t you know all the weight and force of the drop was focused on the outer lip of the bowl as it hit my left big toe. I screamed and almost fell over Steve as I hopped around yelling obscenities.

I’ve broken all my fingers and toes and know that this isn’t broken- truth be told it hasn’t even turned blue or swollen, although that may just be my body giving up – “Fuck it. He’ll hurt something else in a couple hours. Let’s sleep in and swell up whatever he hurts later on today.” But it sure hurts like hell and I am gimping all over the place.

At any rate, go Stillers!






97 replies
  1. 1
    PeakVT says:

    I am just waiting for the Steelers to suck up the joint at 8 pm.

    The Steelers are going to suck up a joint on teevee? Isn’t that against the law?

  2. 2
    Josie says:

    Is the bowl okay?

  3. 3
    Baud says:

    Aren’t the Pirates doing well for the first time in a generation? Or are you not a baseball person?

  4. 4
    Suzanne says:

    My advice remains the same: get laid immediately.

    I am going to be in Dallas in December with Mr. Suzanne on our anniversary weekend. We would like to go to an awesome restaurant and do something cool. Recommendations would be awesome.

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    Davis X. Machina says:

    Practice for later. When you get gout.

  6. 6
    Yatsuno says:

    Seachickens won. Marshawn Lynch got fresh with Aaron Rodgers. It was cute.

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    Narcissus says:

    I’m gonna suggest some kind of mild motor disorder

  8. 8
    Ted & Hellen says:

    DTs?

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    gogol's wife says:

    Hilarious. I do love Fiestaware.

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    Davis X. Machina says:

    @Baud: It was rather sad last year. I was down there late in July to deliver my son to school (CMU, but he had stuff to do for almost a month pre-start-of-classes.) and they had “Go Bucs!” on the destination crawls of all the Port Authority buses, and the traffic signs at the Squirrel Hill tunnel, and cards in the windows of all the storefronts on East Carson…. and a week after I left, they folded like a card table.

    I so hope they make it to the playoffs. PNC Park may be the best sports venue I’ve ever been in, and the world should get to see more of it than what’s in the background of an ESPN highlight clip.

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    a hip hop artist from Idaho (fka Bella Q) says:

    Housework is dangerous – as you prove time and time again. Is the bowl all right?

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    Sandia Blanca says:

    If it’s Saturday, it must be time for a John Cole injury story. Love the theory that your body has just given up–who can blame it! Anyway, hope it feels better soon.

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    raven says:

    Got this really interesting cookbook by John Besh. Turns out he’s a 1st Gulf War Vet (USMC) like our host.

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    SiubhanDuinne says:

    If I ever figured out how to post photos, I could share the pictorial record of my foot after I dropped the iPad on it. Vivid bruising? Check. Swelling like a turgid adolescent male? Check. Wound on top of foot the size and general appearance of a Louisiana sinkhole? Check.

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    raven says:

    @SiubhanDuinne: What photo program are you using? Flickr is free and offers a TB of storage.

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    Baud says:

    @Davis X. Machina:

    I know a lot of people from Pittsburg. Hope to be able to visit the park one day. It’s the best looking on the tv.

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    Jane2 says:

    @raven: I ate at Luke in NOLA…the food was fantastic.

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    Tokyokie says:

    @Suzanne: What sort of food do you like? But you should take in Dealy Plaza and the Sixth Floor Museum.

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    raven says:

    @Jane2: Oh my it looks great!

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    Citizen_X says:

    @PeakVT:

    Isn’t that against the law?

    Not if they’re visiting the Broncos.

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    Suzanne says:

    @Tokyokie: I am vegetarian but I like every kind of cuisine except those that are greasy or do weird things with random body parts (Scottish). My husband is also broad in his tastes. We will be out for a company celebration but will have one day to ourselves—and it happens to be our wedding anniversary. So we want to go somewhere somewhat posh, the kind of place where we typically don’t go because we have children. I have never been to Dallas but would love to go someplace that is rather iconic to the city, if such a thing exists.

  22. 22
    Culture of Truth says:

    “John’s Cole Big Toe” is going to get its own twitter account

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    BillinGlendaleCA says:

    @Suzanne: In Dallas, “Iconic to the city” means Texas steak. Might want to go with quirky.

    ETA: I’ve never lived there, but did my time there on bindness. One of the locals here on this here blog might be helpful.

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    Suzanne says:

    @BillinGlendaleCA: Steak is fine as long as they have other choices. Quirky is also fine.

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    PurpleGirl says:

    @Josie: Good point. John didn’t tell us if the bowl was damaged in the fall.

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    SiubhanDuinne says:

    Sad news about Linda Ronstadt. Parkinson’s is a bitch — I’ve had family members and close friends afflicted, and there’s really nothing nice I can say about it.

    Funnily, I was radio-dial scanning earlier in the car and heard a brief piece of news alluding to “walking on sticks and using a wheelchair when she travels.” But I was too late to hear who the “she” was, and the newsreader didn’t repeat the name. Wasn’t until someone (Raven? Yutsy?) in the downstairs thread mentioned her name that I went Googling (expecting to see an obit) and realized it was the same story.

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    Suzanne says:

    I would also just like to note that when I asked my Facebook friends for recommendations on a new dishwasher, John commented on my post that I shouldn’t get one at all due to planned obsolescence, and that I should wash my dishes by hand.

    I feel VERY SMUG right now. All of **MY** toes are intact right now.

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    shelly says:

    Goddamn, John. Why don’t you just paint a target on your whole body?

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    SiubhanDuinne says:

    @raven: I vaguely remember trying to set up a Flickr account a couple of years ago and having a lot of trouble just in establishing a new account. I will give it another try and see if things go better (although I was joking about posting those photos I described — nobody wants to see photos of my feet even on a good day, let alone after a trauma).

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    Garbo says:

    Ditto. Only in my case it was a 30″ television I dropped on my big toe, and a corner as well so all the weight was concentrated. Broke the bone, lost the nail, drove myself to the ER in a stick shift car. Good times.

    Feeling sad today that 25 years ago I was in DC for the 25th anniversary of the March on Washington and lately we’re arguing about the Voting Rights Act. Shit is fucked up and bullshit, I say.

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    AdamK says:

    Some day Cole will do some mundane chore and not get injured, and we’ll all faint dead away from surprise.

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    BillinGlendaleCA says:

    @Suzanne: I used to have to travel there alot when I worked for Satan, I liked “Dick’s Last Resort”. It’s a chain now, but started in Dallas. It’s quirky, but probably a bit much for an anniversary. On the other hand I took all the office staff I was working with there once, they liked it; they were primarily older women(legal secretaries).

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    BillinGlendaleCA says:

    @SiubhanDuinne: To think she and our governor used to date.

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    shelly says:

    “Sad news about Linda Ronstadt. Parkinson’s is a bitch”
    ************
    Bad enough having your mobility affected, but it says that it’s hampered her ability to sing.

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    Ben Cisco says:

    Traveled to see the sisters-in-law, got to spend some more time with the kids, and am thoroughly exhuasted.

    Gonna settle down to an evening of watching preseason football and doing as little else as possible.

    Ben Cisco +2 Soco&Limes

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    You now suffer from toe-lio. When you do your knee in you’ll have the kneesles.

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    geg6 says:

    @Baud:

    Well, you know me anyway. And yes, PNC Park is truly awesome. And they finally have a team worthy of its beauty. Be great to have some playoff ball played there. Also, the food is freakin’ awesome there, too. A lot of real ‘Burgh fare.

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    shelly says:

    “The Lady Eve” on TCM tonight at 8pm

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    Tokyokie says:

    Suzanne, The best steakhouse in Dallas that I’ve tried is Pappas Brothers. But it doesn’t have a whole lot to offer other than red meat, which it does quite well. The French Room in the Adolphus Hotel is highly rated, as is the restaurant in the boutique hotel, St. Germain’s. (The latter offers a prixe fixe menu that changes daily, so you should inquire about that.) If you want quirky, you might try Fogo de Chão, a Brazilian steakhouse where your husband can get stuffed to the gills, but which has a tremendous salad bar at which you can get your fill as well. And if you’ll eat seafood, you might try Truluck’s.

    And with all due respect to the previous poster, Dick’s Last Resort is a bit downscale for an anniversary dinner, and definitely isn’t romantic.

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    Suzanne says:

    @BillinGlendaleCA: I have been to Dick’s Last Resort, but in San Diego.

    @Tokyokie: Fogo de Chāo is also a chain, and we have one here in Phoenix (Scottsdale). I took my husband one year for his birthday, and he loved it. I got to freak out on their lovely salad bar.

    We will be staying at the Magnolia Hotel, but I will definitely check out the Feench Room and the St. Germain. Thanks for the recommendations!

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    SiubhanDuinne says:

    @BillinGlendaleCA: I was never sure which was the weirder coupling, Linda Ronstadt and Jerry Brown, or Debra Winger and Bob Kerrey.

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    Villago Delenda Est says:

    Cole, the Germans have a word for people like you.

    KLUTZ.

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    rikyrah says:

    FIRST LADY ON SABADO GIGANTE TONIGHT!!!

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    JW says:

    @Suzanne: You could certainly do worse than eating at that restaurant the revolves: good food and a terrific view.

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    geg6 says:

    @SiubhanDuinne:

    Winger and Kerry, no doubt in my mind. Winger and Kerry both strike me as difficult people. Ronstadt seems very cool and down to earth. And that was in Brown’s Governor Moonbeam phase, when he was all spiritual and New Agey. He seems to have toughened up, at least image-wise, since then to me.

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    piratedan says:

    @BillinGlendaleCA: Dick’s is the anti-posh, thinking she wants to go someplace where she can wear her big girl dress/clothes and feel like she’s in a Hugh Grant movie

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    SiubhanDuinne says:

    @efgoldman: I’m also trying to figure out Flickr (see my #29), so I’ll cheerfully share any hints with you. I, for one, can’t wait to see pictures of the new efgolddaughter!

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    Tokyokie says:

    @Suzanne: I know Fogo de Chão is a chain, but it’s not too widespread, so I thought it might be something different. (And I believe that the Dallas-area location was the first outside Brazil.) But it’s also up in Addison, which is a bit of a haul, and both The French Room and St. Germain are in or near downtown. And they’d both be more romantic than Fogo de Chão or Dick’s Last Resort.

    Dallas has a lot of good, high-end steakhouses, but none of them offer much for non-meat-eaters. And the better BBQ joints (which are even worse in that regard), tend to be over on the Fort Worth side of the Metroplex.

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    JPL says:

    @Suzanne: It has been decades since I lived in Dallas but back then the Mansion was an upscale restaurant. It is now called the Rosewood Mansion. In the mid eighties, Dallas was known for shopping and Ft. Worth for the arts.

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    Tokyokie says:

    @efgoldman: Truluck’s is OK for seafood, which in Dallas, puts it near the top. But one can find better seafood in Houston or Galveston, which doesn’t do somebody stuck in Dallas a whole lot of good.

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    SiubhanDuinne says:

    @geg6: I actually never cared much for Winger (and the name has nothing to do with it, I didn’t care for her long before the term “winger” had political connotations).

    Ronstadt is a terrific musician, and really funny and, as you say, down to earth. A few years ago she was the guest on the “Not My Job” segment of NPR’s “Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me,” which I heard the first time it aired and at least twice subsequently on rebroadcasts. Delightful, natural, witty personality. I am just devastated for her about the Parkinsonism. Age and disease, just sucks, you know?

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    JPL says:

    @Suzanne: Don’t forget there is a museum dedicated to our previous president.

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    Billy Dilly says:

    Watching High School football on ESPN, watching future stars of the SEC, well the games are being played in Georgia or South Carolina.

  54. 54
    SiubhanDuinne says:

    @JPL: Har har har.

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    JPL says:

    @Billy Dilly: The PBS station has on a high school football game but I’m watching the Falcons.

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    Kineslaw says:

    @Suzanne: I celebrated my birthday at Bolsa and enjoyed it. I would describe it as upscale, quirky food, excellent drinks, but not the fanciest place.

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    Redshirt says:

    Am I bad person for generally not liking clumsy people? I mean the truly clumsy. They might be nice, and I might be nice to them, but deep down, I don’t like them because they’re clumsy. I’d probably never say so, but I’d also generally stay clear of them if I could, because the clumsy can spread.

    Cole, while he seems clumsy enough, to be sure, can’t truly be, right? I mean, he was a college athlete – you need a certain amount of co-ordination to be able to do that.

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    Suzanne says:

    @piratedan: Dick’s is fun. We are going out there for a big party, though. Our first time going WITHOUT OUR KIDS, so we want to go to the kind of restaurants we don’t typically get to hit.

    @JPL: don’t worry. I didn’t forget to not go there.

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    BillinGlendaleCA says:

    @piratedan: @Tokyokie: We were talking quirky, it wouldn’t be my choice either.

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    OzarkHillbilly says:

    @Suzanne:

    Quirky is also fine.

    You want quirky? There is nothing more quirky than a Southern Baptist. They got lots of them in DFW.

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    Felonius Monk says:

    I certainly hope you took that poor serving bowl to the emergency room to be checked out. Anything less could be considered Fiestaware abuse.

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    Suzanne says:

    @efgoldman: Yeah, I grew up on the North Shore of Long Island. I’ll be skipping the Dallas seafood. My husband can freak out on a steak, though.

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    catclub says:

    @efgoldman: I know Dallas ain’t Madrid, but Madrid is nowhere near a coast but has great seafood. It cost the earth in 1985 when I was there, but good.

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    catclub says:

    @Redshirt: It is seems irrational, but I feel the same way, to my shame.
    “Can’t you just pay attention?”

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    Redshirt says:

    @efgoldman:

    Maybe he took too many hits to the head.

    Possible. Maybe he got gassed in Iraq and didn’t know it, and now is suffering some kind of nerve degradation.

    I mean, the number of accidents is staggering. I can’t even understand how it’s possible for a person ostensibly possessed of most of their senses to have as many accidents as Cole – and we’ve probably only heard of a small percentage of them.

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    p.a. says:

    @Redshirt: I think that’s why he went/was placed into tanks: you can’t trip, drop a tank and have it go off like you can a rifle. Although if he handled shells…

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    Cole, cut down on the drinking and you’ll cut down on the heebiejeebies. You never know when a cat or dog may be down around your feet.

    The Steelers don’t seem to be having much problem with the Chiefs.

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    Redshirt says:

    @catclub: I’m not necessarily proud of it either, but then I have some small shame I’m not a Ghandi-like saint either.

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    Pogonip says:

    I work with a guy whose boyfriend had brain surgery for Parkinson’s and it helped him quite a bit. I did not know much about the disease till that came up.

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    JPL says:

    @Redshirt: Since his father’s accident with the chipper, I decided that it’s genetic. I do hope that he’ll update us about the bowl though.

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    Citizen_X says:

    @Redshirt: I think it’s all a ploy to leave his house a mess. If guests say, “John, geez, why don’t you clean up a bit?” he can say, “DON’T YOU KNOW HOW DANGEROUS HOUSEWORK IS FOR ME?”

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    gbear says:

    @SiubhanDuinne:

    I was never sure which was the weirder coupling, Linda Ronstadt and Jerry Brown, or Debra Winger and Bob Kerrey.

    I’ll put in a vote for Gregg Allman and Cher.

    Twin Cities meet-up was nice. Six Juicers + one spouse. I’m going to embarrass myself by forgetting two of the names, but the folks I can remember were imonlylurking, newdealfarmgrrrlll, and Schlemizel plus spouse (she has the pictures). One of the guys recently returned from a teaching gig in China so many regulars probably know who that is. Apologies for forgetting names. Glenn Greenwald’s name was never once mentioned.

    imonlylurking brought helium balloons and some other fun stuff that we never quite got around to. As I was leaving, I saw her giving all of the balloons and treats to a table with a couple of little kids. They looked pretty happy about the surprise gifts. I thought that was really cool.

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    p.a. says:

    @Citizen_X: I like that! I’m using it too.

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    the Conster says:

    @SiubhanDuinne:

    Julia Roberts and Lyle Lovett. Or Carville and Matalin. Or John Warner and Liz Taylor.

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    Mnemosyne says:

    Did my grocery shopping for the week. I don’t know if I can substitute fresh figs for dried apricots, but I’m going to try it — they were on sale at Whole Paycheck and I’m not a huge fan of dried apricots.

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    NotMax says:

    @Suzanne

    At one time, worked at an establishment just beyond Manhasset’s Miracle Mile (where everyone wears a smile).

    @SiubhanDuinne

    Wish her well and all that, but still rankle at recalling witnessing (and being on the receiving end of) an entitled diva tantrum from Ms. R in the early 1970s. (Incidentally, I prevailed in that altercation and she grudgingly agreed to get on stage and perform.)

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    max says:

    @Suzanne: I am going to be in Dallas in December with Mr. Suzanne on our anniversary weekend. We would like to go to an awesome restaurant and do something cool. Recommendations would be awesome.

    I am vegetarian but I like every kind of cuisine except those that are greasy or do weird things with random body parts (Scottish). My husband is also broad in his tastes. We will be out for a company celebration but will have one day to ourselves—and it happens to be our wedding anniversary. So we want to go somewhere somewhat posh, the kind of place where we typically don’t go because we have children. I have never been to Dallas but would love to go someplace that is rather iconic to the city, if such a thing exists.

    Iconic for Dallas is corny dogs at the state fair, a taquiera over on Hines or something like that.

    We will be staying at the Magnolia Hotel, but I will definitely check out the Feench Room and the St. Germain.

    Well, then you’re downtown. Are you renting a car? Because lots of places are too far without driving. (Of course, if you want to spring for a cab that works.) Anyways, you want posh.

    I was thinking Del Frisco’s, or Arthur’s, both in Addison (where I used to live), but that’s a bit of a haul up the Tollway from downtown. So maybe Nick and Sam’s or Al Biernat’s (in the gay neighborhoods) but if you want *posh*, Bailey’s is probably it. You might see a politician or oil man you don’t like. Certainly you’d be around the kind of Park Cities types that give me the hives. But monogrammed leftovers boxes. Posh.

    max
    [‘If I wanted iconic, probably Campisi’s would be my choice. He’s mobbed up, so that’s cool.’]

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    Sarah in Brooklyn says:

    @John Cole – I just saw my podiatrist because I thought I might have broken a toe and he said that broken toes often don’t swell and turn blue so be careful, even if it doesn’t look that bad!

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    mainmati says:

    Watching “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” for the umpteenth time but first time on HD (PBS). Yes, it is a spaghetti Western but easily the best ever made. Still one of my favorites.

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    Joseph Nobles says:

    @Suzanne: Il Cane Rosso in Deep Ellum:

    http://ilcanerosso.com/

    Lovely place. Plus, you’re then in Deep Ellum.

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    Joseph Nobles says:

    @Tokyokie: If you went to Pappas Bros in Dallas, then you were also by all the other ones they own – the Mexican place, the seafood/Cajun place, and the BBQ place. Each is pretty good, though I’m partial to the Mexican one.

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    trollhattan says:

    Goll dang Cole, I hope your dad takes away any ladders you might have around the place.

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    trollhattan says:

    @gbear:

    I’ll put in a vote for Gregg Allman and Cher.

    Shudder. What was somebody saying recently about missing the ’70s?

    I toss in Joyce Maynard and JD Salinger.

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    Tokyokie says:

    @mainmati: Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo is probably my all-time favorite movie — what other movie can be accurately described as a nihilist epic? — but you should check out the spaghetti Westerns of Sergio Corbucci, especially Il grande silenzio and Vamos a matar, compañeros, as well as Quién sabe? or any other spaghetti Western with Gian Maria Volonté.

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    Amir Khalid says:

    @SiubhanDuinne:
    It may have been my comment on Linda Ronstadt that you saw.

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    JW says:

    @Joseph Nobles: No one who lives there calls Deep Elm Ellum. Not unless one is a blues musician from the 50’s. Geeze.

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    Anne Laurie says:

    @Redshirt:

    I mean, the number of accidents is staggering. I can’t even understand how it’s possible for a person ostensibly possessed of most of their senses to have as many accidents as Cole – and we’ve probably only heard of a small percentage of them.

    Being “accident prone” is one of the standard markers for ADD. Theory is it’s mostly a failure to pay attention to what we’re doing (“we have two focus-on-task settings, zero and eleven“). But some of it seems to be another part of the neurological mis-setting… early intervention for ADD kids involves teaching them physical skills like skipping that “normal” kids pick up without thinking about it.

    Not that getting hit in the head (lacrosse, soccer) was liable to help!

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    Suzanne says:

    @max: I will check all of those out. I don’t know if we’re renting a car yet. My company is arranging most of our transport, but we want to real off and do our own thing on the last day. If we decide to leave the downtown area, we’ll probably just take a cab. I heard there’s a nice sculpture garden, and apparently the Perot Museum is worth visiting, too. I am not much of a shopper, and Scottsdale has all the high-end shopping I think I could ever want to do anyway, so feh.

    My company’s building is right behind the Schoolbook Depository, so I am hoping to go check that out.

    Thanks for the recommendations. If you ever are visiting Phoenix and want the 411, let me know.

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    mainmati says:

    @Tokyokie: Thank you for that comment. I was, in another life, a student of the Civil War and the lack of commentary on the common brutality of the war and its intersection with civilian life never mind the “Western front” (Texas, Kansas, Missouri) which while not really important did have a role. I suspect the battle of the bridge in this fiilm is not historical but is very representative of the senseless slaughter of many of the Civil War battles. That and the reference to torture of prisoners while the soldiers sing is a beautiful part of the film (I speak as a “Yankee” – it goes to human rights; this was not part of the movie genre in the 1960s. Sergio Leone introduced a number of other film innovations with this movie that makes this one of my all time favorites.

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    opiejeanne says:

    @geg6: I think being mayor of Oakland will do that.

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    Ruckus says:

    @catclub:
    Of course there is a tee shirt for this.
    Has an arrow pointing to one side and says “Too poor to pay attention”

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    Ruckus says:

    @Suzanne:
    Was in Dallas a few years ago and standing in front of the school book depository my first reaction was, this doesn’t look anything like the pictures I remember. I was expecting a much more imposing place, what with that much history.

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    Fort Geek says:

    @mainmati: Another excellent one is “Once Upon a Time in the West.” Ol’ blue-eyed Henry Fonda is the bad guy. Damn good at it, too.

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    Patty K says:

    If you go to the book depository, you will see that Oswald could have fired at the motorcade when it was coming straight at him but supposedly waited until it had turned a corner and was moving away from him at a 45 degree angle. Perhaps he just liked to make things hard for himself.

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    Rosalita says:

    good luck with that. I had a similar incident with a slippery glass that hit my toe, then shattered on the floor and then I slipped on the spilled soda and cut my leg to shit in the broken glass. truly cole-esque moment. say goodbye to that toenail.

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    GooIndy says:

    well, I don’t watch some of the shows you mentioned, but I plan to attempt to eventually catch up on this second season of Scandal, except I don’t really like watching tv shows on my display screen when I could watch stuff of my large flat screen i don’t already have the equipment to view my computer stuff on my tv.

    Still, maybe I’m able to catch up on Scandal around my work hours on my Kindle.

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    LeftInTexas says:

    @Suzanne: For a restaurant (or hotel) in Dallas, check this out: http://www.nara.me I takes a little bit to set up, but then the recommendations are great. Works for me in Austin and Boston. Should work for you in Dallas.

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