Hampton Inn Germantown / Gaithersburg
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... And I'm glad to say that my last night was spent doing something wholly American. We drove down to Bethesda, just outside DC and went to an amazing divey little crab house, bought a dozen medium sized Maryland crabs, got out the mallets and started hammering away. I've never had crab before and I gotta say, it gets messy and it can be hard work, but my God it is worth it. I've spent a lot of time in ...
... sure I can die with no regrets.
After Tony's was Jeff's, another great guy and great host, one of many since coming over to the states. He, like everyone over here, has a grill on his porch and obviously, with the great weather down here, a bbq ensued. Home cooked burgers, asparagus, great company, great beer, a few drinking games and a wonderful chocolate Labrador called Moose, a perfect last night for J.
And on that note, we move to today, J's last day ...
... lack of taxis, drink driving seems to be a regular pass time out here in the states. Then the last bar was union jacks, no points for guessing the theme of that place. Got myself a taste of home with a couple of pints of belhavens, got some more curious but friendly looks by the other patrons and then headed home via taco bell (gotta say, not very impressed, not really surprised that Britain hasn't ...
... channels in another pathetic attempt at grading motivation and I happened upon it. I'd seen it before, but I stopped and watched for a few minutes. It is cute in that chick-flicky kind of way. Not my favorite genre, but still a moderately decent movie as chick-flicks go. I tuned in during the scene when Jack Black and Kate Winslet are hanging out in the Blockbuster and he proceeds to sing the score of every movie they look at - she ...
... writing about feelings, and how our educational system has more feelings involved in its practices than any business I can think of; how students, teachers, and admins seem obsessed with this need for everyone to like each other and never get upset about anything. But that topic quickly dwindled. Then I considered writing about the documentary "Race: The Power of an Illusion," which I'm watching with my juniors. It asserts that biologically ...
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