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... the first day in Philly? The sandwiches were excellent.
The trip back took us by some interesting shops, including a cookie store and a wine shop. Purchases were made at both. We chanced to pass Christ Church Burial Ground, the burial site of Benjamin Franklin, where we noticed a tour would be conducted that evening. Cristie and I decided we wanted to go ...
... there would be everything to be ashamed of if half the world made food the main interest of their lives and spent their time looking at pictures of food and dribbling and smacking their lips.” He was making a point in the genre of reductio ad absurdum.
But for the jibe to work as it once did, our shared sense of what is absurd about it must work too — and that shared sense, in an age as visually, morally, and aesthetically dominated by food as is ...
... has been reliably established that from 1933 to 1945 millions of innocent people were systematically slaughtered on command. Gas chambers were built, death camps were guarded, daily quotas of corpses were produced with the same efficiency as the manufacture of appliances. These inhumane policies may have originated in the mind of a single person, but they could only have been carried out on a massive scale if a very large number of ...
... which i had to run up! I had "eye of the tiger" in my head so it all worked out. I was surprised at how fit i am. It was pretty easy on the body and considering I havent run in over a year, i averaged 9 minutes per mile. Good? Bad? No idea!We cashed in our free pizza from last night's bin hunting, and then watched neighbours with zac efron and seth rogan. It was a standard Seth Rogan comedy, mostly stupid with the occasional funny bits. ...
... to my favourite local Cafe (Café Mogador) – we got there a little early so we walked around Tompkins Square Park and then past my first apartment in 172 East 7<sup>th</sup>. The breakfast at Café Mogador was excellent and Spencer was very excited to have pancakes (and a little fruit) for the first time on the trip. We then walked toward Soho, passed my 2<sup>nd</sup> apartment (21 East ...