I have a question for the board. Since the team is in submarine mode I consider this still the offseason and I can ask the board for an opinion. I know most airports have some sort of parking with shuttles that take you to the terminal. I have noticed that most of the time it takes some time to get you to the terminal and if your in a hurry this is not a good option. How would people feel about dropping off their car at the terminal and having a valet take the car to the parking structure and bringing it back once they come back from the trip. Would people have reservations about doing this and in someway feel this wouldnt be safe? I know I may get negged on this topic but I am curious what people feel about this and if anyone would even consider this if it was an option. Mods feel free to delete if this is not board worthy.
It's hard for me to not get excited about a new Star Wars movie, but I'm really, really pumped for this one. I think without the baggage of the main story arc and characters, they have the freedom and potential to make a great movie period, not just a great Star Wars movie. The cast looks great and the action sequences look weighty and powerful. Plus Darth freaking Vader, with James Earl Jones reprising the voice acting role.
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My friend and fellow UM grad Jon and his business partner opened a bagel shop earlier this year in Philadelphia called Philly Style Bagels. Yesterday, Bon Appetit magazine released its list of the five best new sandwiches in America, and...
Sandwich of the Year: The Classic Lox Sandwich
Philly Style Bagels, Philadelphia
The truth is, any combination of ingredients you put between these crazily flavorful bagels—be it hummus, tuna, or bacon-lettuce-and-tomato—will be life-changing. At the risk of starting an inter-city rivalry with New York, we think Collin Shapiro and Jonathon Zilber are making some of the best bagels in the country. What makes them that great? They’re fermented in small batches, hand-rolled, boiled in local Yards beer (that’s what makes them Philly style), and baked on wood planks. The result is a smallish, pleasantly dense, and chewy bagel with a superior crust. They say a sandwich is only as good as the bread you use. We couldn’t agree more.
This couldn't have happened to a nicer, chiller dude and, speaking from experience, the award is richly deserved. Go Blue, crushing the competition in all fields! Any MGoBloggers in Philly are advised to get your asses to Fishtown if you haven't already.