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As for "The Life of Scott" -- Isn't that a Scott Pilgrim book?
As for "The Life of Scott" -- Isn't that a Scott Pilgrim book?I don't think so. The first book of Scott Pilgrim is called "Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life". Also, Onipress was in the Exhibition room. They sold a small book of Scott Pilgrim called,"Full Colour Odds & Ends 2008, issue 1"for $5. They also gave you a free button, which I lost later on that day. It made me a sad panda.
Scott mentions on the show that you could have eaten and been back before a line ended -- we walked to a McDonald's 4 blocks away before our friend had been served in the Subway line we left 'em in.
Also, Onipress was in the Exhibition room.AT PAX?! WTF DOOD!!!!!
Oh yes, so much love for the sumos. I randomly lay down on one of them on Friday night when it wasn't as crowded and was like "Oh man, why has the world not informed me of these things' existence before?" </p>
Why did you people eat at Subway and McDonald's?
Subway may not be the best of food, however $5 subs are a good deal.
Subway may not be the best of food, however $5 subs are a good deal.For $6, you could get much better food in greater quantity at the mall, which was a few blocks away. I spent $7 on a gigantic platter of Greek food and a drink.
Eh, it was late-ish and I wanted food right there and then. I did go to Cheesecake Factory the next day, which was splendiferous.
Why do people like Cheesecake Factory? What's so great about it? It seems like just another franchise restaurant. If I'm in Seattle, I'm not going to eat somewhere that also exists in NY.
I can understand your point it in being another franchise restaurant, however if you compare it to the Applebees or the Red Robins, there really aren't that many Cheesecake Factories out there. Sure there are 3 now in Washington, and yes there are many in New York as well. They are pretty much in any major city in the U.S.
I've never heard of Red Robin, wtf is that?
I've never heard of Red Robin, wtf is that?Red Robin, franchise family restaurant known for their burgers and appetizers as well as having people sing you happy birthday. Applebees, Shenanigans, Red Robins, T.G.I.Fridays, they are all pretty much the same. There are many here, especially in the suburbs.
Ruby Tuesdays. We don't have Shenanigans or Red Robin. We used to have Bennigan's.
Chili's and Outback Steakhouse are great chains too; I don't know if you have them in New York, however. I would argue that Chili's and Outback are both better than Ruby Tuesday. Ruby Tuesday is really lacking in the menu department; there isn't as much variety as I would prefer.
I also say fuck chili's because they aren't here.
If I'm in Seattle, I'm not going to eat somewhere that also exists in NY.