Framing the Dialogue

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Mad Mex

A recent newspaper article made me think of a rather old Mel Gibson movie.  Mad Max was filmed long before the ranting and raving Gibson of today or at least he had better P.R. people back then.  Mad Max depicted a post-apocalyptic world of lawless gangs battling for what was left of valuable resources.  Most of the memorable parts of the movie involved extreme highway chases using pumped up cars, trucks and motorcycles.  Of course it was a story about good versus evil.

Hungry Shopping

Last Saturday morning I slept in a little and headed off to go grocery shopping at my favorite warehouse club.  I didn’t have time to eat breakfast before I left so I planned to have lunch at the club after shopping.  Plus it was Saturday and I knew the sample booths would be out in force attracting crowds of shoppers.    The free sample thing really works as I picked up a few extra items, but the traffic jams near the little carts can be irritating.  I am not sure why folks feel they have to eat the sample in front of the server.  That’s one of my pet peeves.