|(3) lets see if they have what I want|
...nope...not here...junior mints 99
cents is tempting
|(4) not this way either...natural organic|
gluten free ding dongs & twinkies.
...what will they produce next?
|(5) Ahhh...the wine section...and all my|
favorite memories are stacked here too
|(6) Hopefully I won't draw too much attention to myself|
(this effing editor isn't arranging the pics the way I
want them. It's placing them in wrong screwy places)
|(7) I've been wanting to ride the train|
since I came to Seattle, but none of the
stores in my neighborhood sell it, because
some nice voters changed the zoning
laws on fine beer and wines.
|(8) I started gulping this brand at 12|
when I was confirmed into the Lutheran
Church...mmm...mm this was good stuff
|(9) Strawberry Hill, I drank this by the|
case load in High School after my sis
started college at George Fox.
(9) I graduated to Mogen David wines in college...the price...
$3.64 a quart...you can't beat that and 20% alcohol too!
Tastes like candy and goes down better than cough syrup.
|(10) Kiwi Lime was swill, but grape was great. I used to drink this|
stuff under the train trestle in McMinnville. I wonder if Banana
Red tastes better than Concord Grape? This is wine like my uncle
Leonard makes down on Wino Alley in Grand Ronde
|(11) But driving Thunderbirds and Riding the Train at Night|
was the best...the king of wines. There's nothing like screw
caps. Corks are for dorks. Tabs and screw tops are for real
people. You don't know a train till you've been hit by one.
|(12) lets find an open register...hmm...|
|(13) This is it...the only line open|
everone employed here was Latino
save for the manager. He was the
only white male present. I wonder what
the disparity between his wage and
everybody else's is? Hmm...
|(14) Well, here's my ride for the day...|
a Buick Century....this wine sure is
tasty. It sure beats that expensive stuff...
Too, bad I can't have it on the bus.
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