Summers in Texas means never having to move the air temperature setting from its coldest setting.
I keep getting postcards and emails from the university where I obtained my bachelor’s degree asking me to verify my contact information. Heck, I have no idea how they were able to keep track of me from all the different places I’ve lived over the years and I’ve been trying to get off their mailing list for a while now.
“the nation’s top three ‘breastaurant’ chains behind Hooters each had sales growth of 30 percent or more last year.” One of those establishments, Addison-based Twin Peaks, saw sales increase to $44 million, a 35 percent jump from the previous year.
Rod Lynch, the CEO of the Tilted Kilt, says the eatery’s success is not only about sex appeal, but is based on the 360 experience and that they are popular with entire families. “We want to be very PG-13,” he told Choi, who wrote that the establishment’s “‘class in all things’ motto also means servers can’t have tattoos, piercings or dyed hair.”
And that lost post is dedicated to my good friend Jimi.