Archive for March, 2011
Being philosophically minded I tend to seek the truth. From my earliest days I remember being disenchanted with the lies and deceit that exist among nature and humanity. It didn’t take long for me to conclude that “there are no truths”. It took me even less time to realize the problem with my statement. For in declaring that there are no truths I have incidentally created one. I found this article that suggests even to speak the phrase “there are no truths” requires as many as 15 truths. I found it to be an excellent read.
It’s called a self-refuting statement. It’s as if I said, “I can’t speak a word of English.” If I said it in English, of course that would be self-refuting. This is one of those statements. Even to utter the statement itself is a statement of truth, and so the statement that there is no truth can’t stand. It defeats itself.
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I was out and about this afternoon and stopped by the WaWa in East Norriton, a rarity for me. I needed smokes and was headed in that direction plus I could use some air in my tires and it’s free there. Yes it’s true 7 Eleven charges for their air but this isn’t a pissing match. I grabbed smokes and filled my tires in the rain, and I was on my way.
There were some nice rolls at home and I was getting hungry. I started thinking about a prosciutto hoagie. I thought this was all very convenient as I could swing by Talluto’s grab some fresh meats and do a review all in one. No such luck as they were closed.
So I turned around and before I knew it I was in the barren zone. The first thing I noticed was they’re really making progress on whatever it is they’re building where Woody’s used to be (I know it was ‘Wood’s’ – what do you care!). The second thing I noticed was that for the life of me I couldn’t think of anywhere else to get fresh prosciutto but I knew Genaurdis would no doubt have some vacuum packed. I wasn’t thrilled with the prospect of going to Genaurdis but it was close and a guarantee and I wasn’t feeling real adventurous today.
Naturally the whole shopping center was mobbed so I slipped in the entrance near staples with the gourmet foods and such. I wanted to grab soda and paper towels too, but there was no way I was paying top dollar for it at Genuardis. So I grabbed the prosciutto and some provolone and headed over to Walmart. It always comes back to Walmart.
You can guess how this went. I grabbed the usual – which I might add is becoming easier at East Norriton Walmart. They had plenty of cherry limeade, and I grabbed some water and soda for good measure. Also surprisingly despite the multitude of customers around the checkout, I got out of there quick because the 20 items or less lanes were open. Those lanes are never open. But in the last couple of weeks there has been a noticeable increased management presence on the sales floor. Not just the leads and such, but also a trio of suits that sometimes walks around together plotting the execution of innocent endcaps based on inventory stats and sales figures. I don’t know what exactly these guys are building, but they have definitely increased overall productivity and general effectiveness within the last month or so.
It was raining still when I left and had a pretty uneventful ride home. It was mostly focused on how to optimize my entrance so that I could make my hoagie the fastest. Within minutes I had an excellent prosciutto hoagie with roasted red peppers and provolone cheese, on a nice roll with some oil. Unfortunately I was so hungry I really didn’t have time to get any pics of it, so I got nothing for you right now in terms of images within this post.
So a friend of mine, who we’ll call BobbyGrilladelphia turned me on to eating local healthy meats. Mostly because, and this was from carnivore to carnivore – that it tasted so much better. Well now you’ve got my attention. So I finally wound up cooking some local healthy sausages. And let me tell you the sausage was excellent! Sure it was local and healthy and all that crap, but the bottom line was it just tasted awesome. Also I figured it was time to kick things into high gear on the site with some of that multimedia experience. So please enjoy the look and sound of local healthy meats cooking. I know the video quality is shaky and it’s pretty dark, but the audio is grade A!
Today is National Pancake Day! There is still time to visit IHOP for your free short stack up until 10PM tonite. Fortunately there is an IHOP down the street from East Norriton in Blue Bell. All they ask is that you consider making a small donation to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and/or other local charities. This is great opportunity to grab a bite to eat for FREE and help out some really important causes. Head to IHOP tonite! If it’s too crowded to get in, and you don’t feel like waiting, be a sport and make a small donation anyways! After all that’s what it’s all about! Don’t forget to layer on some delicious syrup before you dig in! Last year IHOP raised over $2 million. Help them crush this years goal!
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