June 7, 2009

The On-the-Road Café.


We're probably somewhere on Route 39 or, if we're zipping along nicely, Route 74. When we need cheeseburgers, I'll stop back in here, but please, keeping things rolling without me.


Donald Douglas said...

Yum, cheeseburgers!

Juris Dentist said...

Cheeseburgers, indeed.

They explain a certain flabbiness.

Michael Hasenstab said...


Maxine Weiss said...

read the comments to this:



hdhouse said...

pepsi pepsi pepsi pepsi...no chips.

EDH said...

Jimmy Buffet, in short shorts!

Enough to curb your appetite?

Buffet jokes aside, not a bad tune.

Tried to amend my carnivorous habits
Made it nearly seventy days
Losin' weight without speed, eatin' sunflower seeds
Drinkin' lots of carrot juice and soakin' up rays
But at night I'd have these wonderful dreams
Some kind of sensuous treat
Not zucchini, fettucini or bulgar wheat
But a big warm bun and a huge hunk of meat

Cheeseburger in paradise
Heaven on Earth with an onion slice
Not too particular, not too precise
I'm just a Cheeseburger in paradise...

Michael Hasenstab said...

To a dyslexic, Maxine Weiss is Waxing Mice.

Don't blame me, dyslexics are teople, poo!

rhhardin said...

It's lawn sign on the way to the store day in Central Ohio

Happy Birthday.
Congratulations I.
Congratulations II.

Ron said...

get me a filet-o-fish combo willya?

and a plain hamburger.

What? Oh, a coke's fine...extra pepper packets for the fries.

Chip Ahoy said...

Them's some lovely flowers you got there.

Boy, did I ever luck out on my trip to the bike shop this morning. It started sprinkling just as I left and became a veritable downpour by the time I got home. I love hail, especially when my car is safely tucked inside. Now there are tornado warnings. And it is perfect for tornados, thick low hanging clouds that appear to be still but are in fact slowly rotating as one huge mass. I love them too, especially when they touch down in someone else's neighborhood.

Zachary Paul Sire said...

So much driving! Jeez. Seems like Althouse is driving like hundreds of miles, every day.

traditionalguy said...

The 24 hours of Le Meade. This racing around requires team co-drivers and a gift certificate to McDonalds.

rhhardin said...

On the road Doberman bike heel
video 1 outbound,
video 2 inbound.

Where it is discovered through wobbliness that if you have slanted the seat downwards to put more weight on your arms, it makes it really hard to ride straight one-handed with a camera in the other hand.

But also that it tests the heel, as the dog compensates.

Notice the double dog distraction each way.

Ron said...

So much driving! Jeez. Seems like Althouse is driving like hundreds of miles, every day.

Seems Althouse and Meade have gone Kerouwacky!

former law student said...

In African news, President Bongo has died. Unfortunately Bongo was not President of the Congo, Gabon instead.

Quayle said...

Did you ever think you'd see Dolly Parton at the Tony awards as a nominee?

traditionalguy said...

If the dynamic duo are not having a formal wedding, does that mean they will still want to drive around some more this summer on a tour of sites we might suggest? It may depend on the Audi TT not wearing out first. Maybe something towards DC/Williamsburg, like the college tour discussed among commenters Pre-Meade. Life is short, live it!

Beth said...

Ray Nagin in quaratine! Our mayor apparently sat near someone with swine flu symptons while flying around on some useless trade junket. He's all under wraps in China.

The comments here all say the same thing: Can they keep him for eight months? (until the next mayoral election)

It's unkind, and I do feel a little guilty, but the other universal reaction upon seeing this headline, so far as I've seen, is to laugh.

Jason (the commenter) said...

Look, Althouse has white bleeding hearts in her garden. Better keep an eye on them!

bearbee said...

On the road Doberman bike heel

Vicki (?) is a beautiful, focused dog, intent on the run and seemingly ignoring all those barking dog distractions. BTW glad her ears were left natural.

re: Nagin, I too had to laugh.
Article I read indicated he was on an economic development trip to China and Australia, trying to lure businesses into NO. Sad commentary on the state of US business enterprise.