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(Houston Press)   Carrabba's founder has the best weekend ever: gets arrested twice and is caught on camera wielding a hammer   (blogs.houstonpress.com) divider line 6
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2014-04-07 02:11:25 AM  
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zerkalo: Budd Dwyer look alike


Hey man, nice shot.

There is one thing that they do right at Carrabbas and that is Lobster Ravioli.  Sure I can make better at home, but it's not a bad meal for the price.

We only get it for take out though.  There is no way in hell I am waiting an hour to get seated only to have some tree-hugging, 40+ year old long-haired, aging-deadheadparents of a "brilliant" 3 year old sit down next to us and proceed to loudly quiz the little snowflake like it was farking pre-school so everyone around them knows what pretentious dicks they are and how "smart" their little snowflake is.

You know the ones I am talking about.  The hippie farks that look around the room to see how many people heard their little snowflake recite all the states in alphabetical order all while using a volume guaranteed to cut through the din of, you know, people actually eating and trying to enjoy their meal.

/rant off.
//Get a baby sitter for your goddamned precious little crumb crunchers.
///Okay, NOW rant off.
2014-04-07 02:05:03 AM  
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Abacus9: White_Scarf_Syndrome: DanZero: You would too if you ever caught yourself eating there

That bad huh?  Do I really need to spend $100 to get some good Italian?  NJ food whore so...yeah...

I wonder if he was blacked out or not.  I've done some things while blacked out that may have appeared to be coherent, they most certainly were not.  None involved a Mule.

I've been to Italy. Authentic Italian isn't that expensive or hard to find. It's mostly how much you're willing to pay for wine.


I'm in Texas and from NJ.  It's hard to find.
2014-04-07 01:16:55 AM  
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White_Scarf_Syndrome: DanZero: You would too if you ever caught yourself eating there

That bad huh?  Do I really need to spend $100 to get some good Italian?  NJ food whore so...yeah...

I wonder if he was blacked out or not.  I've done some things while blacked out that may have appeared to be coherent, they most certainly were not.  None involved a Mule.


I've been to Italy. Authentic Italian isn't that expensive or hard to find. It's mostly how much you're willing to pay for wine.
2014-04-07 12:51:22 AM  
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thy crotch: whats a carrabbas?  on initial search, it looks live an olive garden.


About the same, a chain Italian restaurant.
2014-04-07 12:39:28 AM  
1 votes:
White people and their wine.
2014-04-06 11:44:41 PM  
1 votes:
He did the crap with the knife and hammer in Texas? I'm surprised he is still alive; they don't generally put up with shiat like that out there.
 
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