OzDogs wrote: ===Snooty people, as my scientific research conclusively proves, are mostly from California and Connecticut. Southern Connecticut it seems…====
That is the funniest statement I have read in some time. I come from California and now live in the lower western half of Connecticut. Your statement is quite true. It definitely applies to CT. The folks here avert their eyes as they approach you.
I’ll paraphrase a sentence that the Stern’s wrote as to why they took – soooo- long to finally review places in their home state. It was because it had ‘Connecticut residents in it’…
When my brother comes visiting from Sacramento, even he comments on the attitude here. He knows that CT. has CA. beat as far as attitudes are concerned. He does acknowledge that this state has the best pizza.
I think of Californians as a warmer type of people that have an open mind to many things. I used to live in Marin Co, which is quite famous for being expensive with rich folks who have a variety of attitudes. Back there, I was able to walk down the street, smile and get returning smiles from passer-bys…
====Maybe my whole angle on the market is that I’m an evil hot dog salesman. It a fact I serve a "New York Dog" and when people ask what it is, I tell them that the New York Dog is a morally relativistic and jaded hot dog. The New York Dog hates you and will tell you so to your face.====
That is a problem for me. Does New York apply to the whole state? If not, why not call it a Manhattan dog? Even here, I have a problem with this idea as I consider the people of NYC to be a unique breed of people that are very outgoing.
I would describe your dog as: ‘A world class sausage with a taste that lights up Broadway!!’
===morally relativistic and jaded hot dog.====
Save that for your Los Angeles dog…[8D][;)]
One last thing. I feel sorry for EddyBees Dogs. He’s posting from Denver, CO. This has to be one horrible time to be a hot dog vendor. I would fashion a giant hot dog out of a snow bank. It would get the passer-bys attention.