I'm surprised it took so long for someone to gripe about food trucks. I love the concept but feel Atlanta has a scene too early on and bourgeois to provide what it should. A Banh Mi on Buford Highway will cost 3.50 instead of 7.00. Better and cheaper alternatives to every Atlanta food truck exist. We need mobile food for the masses, not hors d'oeuvres for the well to do.
A brick and mortar restaurant can do wonders for the livability of a neighborhood. A food truck does not fill an empty building or attract other business.
To get to the other side, meaning the afterlife. The joke is about death but no one ever gets it. He was crossing the road to die.
Creative Loafing Atlanta
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