There were free hot dogs available from the grill at PGDive this afternoon... shame none of you were there to enjoy them..!
Wasn't someone just complaining about how many sticky threads there were at the top of our regional forum... now there another
Religion is like a huge dog. If it's yours it's very friendly and comforting, but it scares the heck out of everyone else.
Best hot dogs in Boston? Easy. Find your quickest route to Logan. Board any plane to Chicago. Once in O'Hare, no need to leave the airport, just look for a Vienna hot dog sign in the terminal. Eat several hot dogs, covered in all the fixins. For a side, get a dublacheezeburger cheezeburger, cheeps, and a coke at Billy Goats, also with a convienent location in the Terminal. You may then board the plane back to Boston, and return to logan. You will thank youself after experiencing what a true hot dog really is.
The best chili dog I have eaten are at The Windmill in Stratford, CT. This is a neighborhood watering hole that has been in business since the thirties. My parents used to take my brother and I there. Mom and Dad would drinks pitchers of beer and dance to te polka band while my brother and I begged pickled eggs and Slim Jims from the drunks at the bar. I was there a couple months ago. Some of the same drunks are still sitting in the same stools as they were forty years ago.
...is this in response to all the doughnut shops you have in and around Boston?
I had a good laugh reading the front page article in today's WSJ: "Boston's Big Dig Isn't the Only Hole That's Famous Here: Area Has One Doughnut Store For Every 5,750 Residents; Mr. Shannon Has a Cream"
I can't really eat hot dogs anywhere but at a ballgame. Don't know why, it just doesn't seem right. Whenever I'm at a summer BBQ, and someone offers up the usually assortment of char-grilled animal, invariably I disregard the hot dog. Only at the ballpark. Some kind of deeply ingrained Pavlovian conditioning thing, maybe...
"2 minutes by yourself and...you feel shame, you know...and then you get free"
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