What would you like to see food wise that does not exist in L.A?


#424

I wasn’t talking about the “shirty” part. But never mind.


#425

Ah your cheeky use of “right” made it seem that way.

Well, to me, sitting in a cubicle 8 hours a day seems way worse than sitting in a car for 8 hours a day. Especially when sitting in the car pays about 2x as much.

Obviously go vent the way the world runs the vast majority of people disagree with me, but that is my opinion.

There has not been a real requirement for people to work more than 10 hours a week due to productivity gains for a long time, but we are so shitty at collective organization and run by emotional perceptions that we can’t allow people to work less. I find that more infuriating than funny personally. Others cope by going on FTC or other websites for 6 out of the 8 hours they “work” in their cubicles.


#426

Oh right :slight_smile:. I’ll edit that.

Good points. But I can assure you, there are far worse things in the world than sitting in a cubicle making $40K a year.


#427

Of course there are, I’m not saying it is the worst thing in the entire world, just not something I personally find appealing. Surely you don’t strive just to be above the absolute most horrific living conditions possible though?

Or…fuck…is America really THAT bad??


#428

i have five bucks that says youve not done either on a regular basis.


#429

Counterpoint: there’s no way to roll down the window and ask someone for Gray Poupon at 40,000 feet.


#430

Have your copilot ask the adjacent Gulfstream’s pilot for a jar on the tarmac.


#431

#432

someone answer this super simple question: is this lobster roe, yes or no?


#433

Doesn’t look like any roe I’ve ever seen on a lobster.


#434

yes, also known as coral


#435

Yes


#436

Yep.


#437

So are these eggs or roe?


#438

Caviar!!!

hehehehe


#439

Is there a difference?


#440

The roe is green, but like a lobster itself, it turns red when cooked.


#441

I think the tomalley is green and the eggs/roe turn from black to red when cooked


#442

The color of the tomalley is green. The roe does look black in the photo - I think it’s the density of the roe, but it’s a very dark green.


#443

Right but back to @Sgee’s question roe and eggs are the same thing.