Thunder began mid-morning and now we have a steady rain up here in Broward. Nice day to stay indoors and check out SFDB's mid-afternoon Sift...
A- Me thinks something is going on in Ipanemic's life.
B- Miami Beach 411 offers us a sober reminder why you don't want to get arrested and sent to Dade County Jail, as if we need one.
Upon check-in to East Wing, you are supposedly given a blanket, although Bryant surmises no one have been cleaned since somewhere around 1968.C- Justice Building Blog weighs in on the Gates arrest with some well-balanced discussion. Check out the comments to get even more.
In the final analysis police officers do an extraordinarily tough job. They wake up every day and go to work to a job that may kill them. We understand that. We advise everyone to help make their jobs a little easier if possible. But all of that does not imbue them with some special status that places them above the constitution.D- Man or Maniac? does his best cranky guy imitation as he tries to navigate the Sun-Sentinel website this morning.
It's not against the law for a client to curse at his attorney (and we should know).
It is not against the law for a citizen to tell a police officer in no uncertain terms to get the hell out of his house, leave him alone, while hurling a few well chosen adjectives about the officer's ancestors. It's not nice and not advisable, but it's not a crime.
E- Worst Pizza loves Steve's.
The pizza at Steve’s is New York style (although I try to refrain from using that term). It is stretched thin, with an incredible sweet sauce. Steve’s Pizza quite possibly could have some of the better tasting sauce in all of South Florida. The cheese is applied generously and has the perfect amount of cheese:sauce. If you go into Steve’s and watch your pizza being made, you will see that the guys behind the counter are seasoned in the art of making a pie. And considering the amount of pizzas that Steve’s goes through daily, they are probably one of the busiest pizza guys out there.F- The old Food Gang is now a kosher steakhouse, according to All Purpose Dark.
The menu covers the usual kosh-meat territory - chicken dishes, pastas, steaks, salads. Mains are priced in the $30's. Peeked in and noticed that they haven't touched the decor - same fruit photos on the wall, same furniture. Looks like they didn't even have time to have new signs made up. That's cool. Color photocopies are tres classy..