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  • in reply to: Slumdog Millionaire (Boyle, 2008) #244064
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    I have to say, I was expecting something else I guess. It was way too hyped perhaps, but I was totally let down. I was expecting a “serious” film I guess, not some overblown- too fantastic to be true (or believable) , feel-good movie. The dancing crap at the end almost made me spit ICEE out of my nose though. That& the fact that my comedian of of boyfriend leaned over& said something quite hilarious during the most “touching” ending scene. Sorry guys. Oh well, I knew we should’ve seen Milk instead. Tomorrow I suppose.

    in reply to: BOMA=Dead #249853
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    Walker wrote >>
    Don’t you mean BOMA=PrivateEventsAndCatering?

    Just outta curiosity, did you mean for that to spell out PEAC ??? Bc if not, that is pretty funny/ ironic considering JimL2’s post… I love it!

    in reply to: Breakfast @ The Warehouse Cafe – Saturdays @ 10:00 AM #184628
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    This may be a dumb question, but I didn’t feel like reading 43 pages of posts. Do they serve breakfast all day then?? So if the sleepy heads show up at noon, we can get eggs bc I would be sad if I showed& could only get a sammich :)

    in reply to: Question. Best Sunday Breakfast place. #245661
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    As Sunday brunch is my favorite meal of the week, I have to add that Spagio has a great brunch menu on Saturdays AND Sundays from 1030-3:00. My old reliable is the New YOrker which is eggs with a side of smoked salmon& potato latkes dalloped with creme fraiche& garnished with a small green salad. YUMMMMMM! They also have quiche& omelette of the day. They’ve always done me right.

    If you are looking for something more casual, I know that both Bodega& Surly Girl are doing brunch now, I haven’t been there yet though. Oh& I can’t wait to check out L’Antibes’ brunch- I hear it is fabulous as well. Bon Appetite mon petites chous!!

    in reply to: Breakfast @ The Warehouse Cafe – Saturdays @ 10:00 AM #184617
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    Crappers. I tried, my butt just could not move quickly enough this morning. I am still so so sleepy& have too much to do today. I hope I can get there soon though. Eat some french toast for me!!

    in reply to: Mom& Pop Italian Joints #249431
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    Ver-snatchie wrote >>
    Scali in Reynoldsburgh off 256 is AMMMMMMMMMMMMMMAZING
    they have a great wine list and wonderful food
    they are tucked back in a mini strip mall next to a biker bar and a tannaing salon
    http://www.scaliristorante.com/

    Oh my… fresh, homemade, cheap Italian food, a good wine list AND a biker bar next door??? I think we have a winner. I better check to see if there is a hotel nearby ;) !! I have heard of it before, the driving distance has kept me away& I thought it was more upscale too for some reason. I’ll check it out now though- thanks!

    in reply to: Outliers – Malcolm Gladwell #246742
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    I love his writing so far. I finished Blink a few days again- I got it first because I heard him talking about it in an interview& liked the premise. My man just picked up Tipping Point for me because I liked it so much. Next stop is definitely going to be Outliers!

    in reply to: Mom& Pop Italian Joints #249416
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    Daz wrote >>

    lifeliberty wrote >>
    spaghetti warehouse is ok

    Isn’t that a major chain?

    Indeed ;) Local is a must- like grandma in the back making the dough every morning!! I love Carfagnas- went there as a kid& forgot they are still around!

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