Tag: Food

The Corona Chronology: Day 38

As has become a theme with several recent posts, I’m pulling this one out of the archives as a reminder that some of the things we think we miss during The Lockdown are perhaps not as miss-worthy as we imagine. This example? Leisure excursions. Some of the places […]

The Corona Chronology: Day 36

During the current lockdown/shelter-in-place/do-the-right-thing stasis in our lives, one of the things I do miss is heading out to a local restaurant, where somebody else makes the food and cleans the dishes, and all I have to do is shove things in my mouth. On the flip side, […]

The Corona Chronology: Day 29

Note: Although some states have begun to partially re-open restaurants, many of us are still limited to drive-thru only (or, like me, we are limiting ourselves until we feel comfortable with public spaces). That being the case, I pulled this little ditty out of the archives. For those […]

The Corona Chronology: Day 12

True story. Once upon a time, there was a mild uprising in 1940s Dallas, wherein the womenfolk grew tired of the menfolk getting to have all the fun when they would visit a drive-up restaurant. It wasn’t fair that the men got to ogle scantily-clad female servers who […]

The Corona Chronology: Day 11

Rita: “And right over there is the man I told you about, Little Johnny. He’s the one who did nothing for a long time and lots of people got sick.” Little Johnny: “He’s stinky, Momma.” Rita: “That’s right. Do you remember what else we talked about? What’s one […]

The Corona Chronology: Day 10

Dear Diary, I’m almost ashamed to recount the following, which is a rather ridiculous conception, considering the many shocking exploits I’ve shared with you over the years. (Note to Self: Burn this thing should you suddenly develop a dry cough and a high fever. Some of these passages […]

The Corona Chronology: Day 4

As dawn broke, so did the news that the bumbling Trump Administration had finally located the supposed national stockpile of ventilators that are so desperately needed during the current crisis. Turns out, the technology of the stockpile was a bit dated. That being the case, one of the […]

The Corona Chronology: Day 1

As news broke that the city was being placed on lock-down because people breathe too much in public places, some folks did not quite understand the full impact of the directive. As shown in this photo taken at the Wankerbonker Club for Extremely White People, the seriousness of […]