William The Coroner’s Forensic Files

Sunday, 16, November, 2008

Public Service Announcement 2

Filed under: Social Commentary — williamthecoroner @ 13:40

Between Pennsylvania Macaroni Co, Penzey’s Spices, Fortune’s, Prestogeorges, and Wholey’s the proximal part of the Strip District has all you need to sustain life and happiness. Throw in the hot dog guy with the attitude, and the very good chicken egg rolls, you’ve got lunch as well. And then you can watch the flower vendor have a fight with his landlord on the cell phone, and make bets amongst your companions as to if he’ll have a stroke or not. Shopping, food, and entertainment, all along the Allegheny River!

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3 Comments »

  1. A weekend in Pittsburgh. Glad you had fun!

    Comment by brigid — Sunday, 16, November, 2008 @ 13:50 | Reply

  2. Sounds like homebrew entertainment 🙂 Probably better than 75% of the crap on TV now. How come when we only had three channels it was much better? (or is that the proverbial rhetorical question?)

    Comment by Old NFO — Sunday, 16, November, 2008 @ 14:32 | Reply

  3. I am terribly jealous. Today was a wholly irritating food day in Philly, which, let me tell you, takes work — in this case, in the form of forgetting that Sunday hours at favored restaurants are significantly different from other afternoons, and attempting a new restaurant with the retrospectively frightening neon “Hello Cafe Heineken”, or somesuch.

    Baby octopi do not belong in Pad Thai. nuff said.

    Comment by rethoryke — Sunday, 16, November, 2008 @ 22:42 | Reply


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