Kenneth Pollock 
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Re: “Grazing: McKinnon's and Petite Auberge

In a relatively short review of McKinnon's you use the following words, in order of appearance: "Classics," "OLDIES," "oldest," "older," "1972,"
"the same year," "late '60s," "ancient," "turned 65," "died," "geriatric,"
"longtime," "30 years," "years-long," "decades," "retro," " Blanche DuBois," and "nostalgia."
Its good to see that you are not prejudiced against any particular group of people.

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Posted by Kenneth Pollock on 04/03/2014 at 5:20 PM

Re: “Restaurant attire: Step it up, people, and dress to the occasion

Let’s be honest. Very few people lack the money to acquire some decent clothes. Even if they do, they could afford them by reducing the amount they spend on drugs, booze or women, etc. This “I am paying my money so I will do my ‘own thing’ and don’t give a damn what others think” attitude is both disrespectful of others and immature. Most people intentionally dress like slobs, even to nice places, because it is “in” and fashionable to do so and these people want to dress just like most everyone else. These people think of themselves as “rebels,” but they are not really doing their “own thing.” They are doing what hundreds of millions of others do and are, in fact, the ultimate conformists. Want to dress like a real “rebel” nowadays? Wear a tie.

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Posted by Kenneth Pollock on 01/13/2012 at 11:35 AM

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