Yes, the above window-sticker statement is for real — it’s at the River’s Edge Gallery in Wyandotte, MI. Maybe the illiteracy is part of the art. I’m not sophisticated enough to know. It’s down the street from a place where I had one of the worst meals of my life this past Monday night. I’d have rather had one of St. Agatha School’s infamous soy-burgers. For the record, the so-called ‘filet’ at R.P. McMurphy’s in Wyandotte is inedible. Putting aside the stupid Tipsy-McStagger-esque aspect of naming a restaurant after a Ken Kesey character, the food was enough to make me pull a Chief Bromden with the dinner table just so I could escape the building without paying.
Alright, give me a minute to calm down about this and we’ll cover all the great things that your going to want to read for you’re amusement this week.
Also at R&T, I suggested that the “summer beater” might be a better idea than the “winter beater”.
And, of course, we got Matt Farah and Sam Smith to chime in on the first-ever BarkCast, available for your listening pleasure right here on this site.
Come back next week; I’ll be telling the whole story of my California motocross misadventure at R&T and possibly giving a review of the facelifted Ford Focus sedan at TTAC. In the meantime, stay out of Wyandotte, MI; their steaks are well done and their grammar isn’t.