I ate at Sun in My Belly a few times within the first month or two after discovering it. I loved it until my girlfriend was served what appeared to be hair in her salad. When I very delicately and forgivingly pointed it out to our server, she defensively replied "oh that's not hair - those are slivers of plastic. I keep asking them about how that gets into our salads." No apology (or even feigned concern) was offered, and I suppose my girlfriend was expected to disregard the shreds of plastic in her salad and continue eating. I have yet to conclude whether plastic in one's salad is better or worse than hair, but in the meantime I have not been back.
Ha... "the root problem of poverty." ...Well at least you were right about the guy suggesting we "move the projects" being an idiot. Oh man... so much for my rational post about the time it's taking to get arrests. ...just look at these comments. Serves me right for looking to such a publication for news, I guess, but a cursory google search seems to suggest CL is first here. Alright – so I guess the real lesson is just no more comment board for me when it’s not about arts and entertainment. Stop though, people – I can’t decide whether it’s just young people or “counterculture” you are making look bad or if it’s the city of Atlanta.
Exactly what the f@$k is taking so long when they've got one them smiling for the camera? Is releasing this over a week after the incident the APD's way of saying "please help us catch this guy because we can't do it even with a photograph of who we're supposed to arrest?" I'm pissed.
My theory is that you're half joking and half really awful.
Well that's very nice, and I'd like to apologize for the hint of asshole I allowed to creep into my previous tone.
Aw Jake's just jealous cause he works at a music store and his alt/jazz rockgrass act doesn't get the press it "deserves." And Jerry, man... "Female silverchair"? "broads are 85% hott"? The Coathangers hate you and I hate you more.
Right on, Shakespeare Tavern - a source of pride for Atlanta if there ever was one.
The correct answer was "you should have left him for good on principle - don't sacrifice what little self-respect you may posses to save a crummy marriage to a scum-bag." Eighteen year-olds on the internet and you're "workin it out?" ...get away from this guy and into therapy.
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