Friday, October 12, 2007

Left to get a potato, came back with sushi instead

I had to deposit a check from one of my consulting clients today. On my way there, I decided to swing by to get a loaded baked potato from Great Steak & Potato Company. I locked my red DB Outlook up right next to a slightly older black DB "Avenir" Outlook. I'm not sure what the special distinction of "Avenir" is for. My Outlook came stock with a plain but rather comfortable Avenir saddle on it, but eeh. No idea.

The line was simply ginormous. Definitely not worth the wait for a damned potato with toppings on it. Across the food court, a lonely Sushi bar called my name. I made a quick look over their lineup. I can spot bad sushi a mile away, and this seemed like it would be pretty good. They were making it fresh right in front of me. So, I got some california rolls, nigirizushi (fish on rice - eel, raw salmon and tuna for me) and miso soup in a rather affordable combo. It hit the spot.

While I was out, I also saw two KCMO Police pickup trucks hauling DOZENS of neatly-racked but rather dirty police bicycles.

Random Tunage:
Prodigy - Voodoo People
The Verve - Bittersweet Symphony

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