Thursday, August 05, 2010
There is a Chinese restaurant in every town and city in Canada, the US, and sprinkled like salt all over the world.
Who can explain this phenomenon? How did this happen? Did they meet to decide? Are they following a command, "go into all the world and chop suey so people can chow mein"?
With no central, organizing, coordinating power at work -- or, is there (evil bwahaha)??!!
Points to ponder while entering a Chinese restaurant and emerging stuffed.
PS -- Thank God for Chinese food! Best Chinese dinner ever? A straightforward dish of chow mein at the Astor House Hotel in Shanghai.
"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"