Them lil dinky ass cars will be illegal when lord Trump ascends to the throne. Or is that descends?
"Public Policy Polling" is a joke, right? It's "The Onion" of polling, right? Please say "yes." :-))
My brother who lives in San Diego really seems to like kimchi. They brought us more after he (and I) ate it all.
My main course was some sort of tofu stew with oysters in it. I really liked it.....extremely hot, and you crack a raw egg into it. That restaurant we ate at was called "Grandma's Tofu and Korean BBQ." One of our waitresses was extremely friendly with a big smile on her face all of the time. We think she might have been "Grandma."
I don't know the names of the other things we had, but I remember the first time I had Korean food was in New York City when that same brother who now lives in San Diego was living in Manhattan. He seems to like Korean food a lot. The company he works for is Japanese, and he goes to Japan a few times a year. I'm kind of surprised he didn't take us to a Japanese restaurant, although I do know he likes sushi.
Koreans are very friendly people. They very much want to share their culture and they want you to adore it and adore them.
The phony-baloneys can be very nice or they can be the stick-up-the-ass type. I've had noses turned up at me before; heathen. But other Koreans dislike those types too. They're just too much for words. I worked in a couple of Xtian schools and most of the people were nice, but there were always a few that I avoided like the plague. They sat at their desks reading the bible day in and day out looking very pious and passing judgement with their eyes. They were also sourpusses. :D No fun. Who likes that?
I have a fridge full of heat and eat leftovers and no one died. I'm good for the next week!