Not that I am one to fault a homeless guy in DC for asking for money, but you gotta admit… this guy in SF is pretty impressive. (www.xanga.com/dachingsta) M. saw this guy through his bus window in SF, though he doesn't look as homeless as the guys around DC. Maybe this guy isn't homeless.
But never really learned…
- How to clean up after themselves.
- Wait your turn.
- Be nice.
- Turn the lights on, turn the lights off when you are done or you'll waste energy and hurt the environment.
- Ditto the refrigerator door.
- Thank people when they've done something nice.
From my experience the early education system needs some revamping.
ETA 9/16/08: This place has now reopened.
ETA: This place is now CLOSED. There is another burrito cart near 17th and K (on K St.), which also sells espresso drinks.
Woohoo! Further evidence that I am really need of a better macro capability on my 5-year old digital camera! But look at that burrito glistening in its aluminum wrapper.
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So an account of my adventures at Pedro and Vinny’s after the jump!
<boss pokes head into office>
Boss: I need you to do something with me right now.
Me: (thinking oh crap, what did I do?) Right now?
Boss: Right now. Come with me.
Me (gets up)
Boss: I need you to go eat some ice cream, and not get it on yourself. (in reference to the spaghetti sauce I spilled on my shirt)
Heath bar ice cream bar. Woot!
There are a load of Peruvian chicken joints in the area. Two of the more popular are El Pollo Rico and Crisp & Juicy. Within the last few weeks I had the opportunity to taste both. Both are excellent, but some people have their own preferences. See my comparison after the jump. Continue reading