I can't remember whether it's within the city or county—so jurisdiction is up in the air—but it's on private property and well within the land's zoning abilities. It's not really in an area where anyone could plausibly argue eminent domain for the property, so until then or until zoning is changed, it's a First… » 8/11/14 12:56pm 8/11/14 12:56pm

Sourdough absolutely does not, because there is not a single loaf of bread in any Publix supermarket that even laughingly half-approximates a French baguette, let alone sourdough. Supermarket French and sourdough baguettes in Florida are bread products totally unique to the south and bearing a resemblance to the… » 4/30/14 5:54pm 4/30/14 5:54pm

Yeah, there were more than a few California supermarket chains in the early 1980s that had dedicated generic aisles. Lucky Supermarkets had one aisle of nothing but yellow-packaged, black-stenciled products with names like BEER, SODA, CHIPS. I mean, obviously Alex Cox took it a little further for a gag in the scene… » 10/21/13 8:47pm 10/21/13 8:47pm

No, he's right. Racism would go away if the victims just stopped noticing it. Martin Luther King didn't just fight racism: he created it. Also, that poster's comment wouldn't have been stupid if you hadn't pointed it out, so thanks a ton, stupid-baiter. » 6/12/13 11:07am 6/12/13 11:07am