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July 31, 2013

McDonald's Full Menu Explorer

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All my faves on one page.

Be still my heart.

If I keep eating there as often as I do that moment's gonna come sooner rather than later.

Now where'd I put my Filet-O-Fish?

[via Joe Peach]

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When I'm not feeling "regular",

I have a McRib!

Within an hour, I feel "regular" again.

Posted by: Joe Peach | Aug 1, 2013 4:56:30 PM

Flautist: I concurr in every regard BUT the poison food component.

I've ordered my black currant pastilles. I always have black and red currant jelly in my larder and black currant liqueur in my liquor cabinet (the better to make Kir Cocktails with) to savor while listening to moderately obscure composers.

Ah, but I must confess, I'm listening to the Best of the Johnson Brother's album - presently playing Strawberry Letter 23.

Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Aug 1, 2013 4:14:34 AM

Nothing goes better with a double Quarter Pounder with Cheese & a Diet Coke than a little piano music, and I would bet not many people have noticed that tucked away under his "About Me" section, discreetly listed at the bottom of the information column, there is this fascinating tidbit: Joe states that his favorite music is by the slightly obscure composer Louis Moreau Gottschalk! How many people even know who Louis Moreau Gottschalk IS? Let's find out in this next musical interlude of Composers You Should Know About, with Nadia Weintraub playing the Grande Tarantelle for Piano and Orchestra - a very athletic piece, and she has the muscles to prove it. Align your burger, ice your Coke, salt your fries and have a listen...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7B9x-Tf45Y

Posted by: Flautist | Jul 31, 2013 9:22:57 PM

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