restaurants

A Quote by Yogi Berra on popularity and restaurants

Advising a rookie to avoid a popular restaurant: Nobody goes there anymore because it's always so crowded.

Yogi Berra (1925 -)

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A Quote by Steven Wright on food, kindness, and restaurants

I went to this restaurant last night that was set up like a big buffet in the shape of an Ouija board. You'd think about what kind of food you want, and the table would move across the floor to it.

Steven Wright (1955 -)

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A Quote by Steven Wright on restaurants

I went to a fancy French restaurant called "Deja Vu." The headwaiter said, "Don't I know you?"

Steven Wright (1955 -)

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A Quote by Steven Wright on restaurants and time

I went to a restaurant that serves "breakfast at any time." So I ordered French toast during the Renaissance.

Steven Wright (1955 -)

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A Quote by Rush H. Limbaugh III on america, clarity, country, economics, experience, growth, history, improvement, income, jobs, restaurants, sharing, success, and taxes

Regarding the Economy & Taxation: The record of economic success during the 1980's is clear: 18.6 million new jobs were created, increasing U.S. civilian employment by 20 percent. Only 12 percent of these jobs were in low-paid restaurant and retail areas, while 82 percent were in high-paid technical, managerial and professional areas. Once Reagan's tax cuts kicked in (fiscal year 1982), the country experienced 92 months of economic growth without a recession. This represented the longest period of sustained peacetime economic growth in American history. America's most successful achievers do pay a higher share of the total tax burden. The top one percent income earners paid 18 percent of the total tax burden in 1981, and paid 25 percent in 1991. The bottom 50 percent of income earners paid only 8 percent of the total tax burden, and paid only 5 percent in 1991. History shows that tax cuts have always resulted in improved economic growth producing more tax revenue in the treasury.

Rush Limbaugh (1951 -)

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A Quote by Roseanne Barr on restaurants

In Tulsa, restaurants have signs that say, "Sorry, we're open."

Roseanne Barr (1952 -)

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A Quote by Roger L. Welsch on agreement, behavior, culture, negotiation, perception, respect, restaurants, rules, sex, television, trust, violence, and women

In some cultures, the sight of a woman's nose and mouth are considered irresistibly seductive. In others, the soles of a person's feet are perceived as disgusting beyond comprehension. In mainstream American culture, sex is obscene but violence is television fare for preschoolers. What is acceptable in swimwear is unacceptable in a restaurant. In an elevator we condone contact that would otherwise be actionable incriminal court. Rules of behavior are not absolute; we negotiate them constantly. . . . Immodesty, indecency, obscenity are cultural factors, mutually agreed upon and negotiable. We are enjoined to "cover our nakedness," but there's considerable disagreement about what our nakedness is. Our noses and mouths? The bottoms of our feet? A lack of trust or mutual respect?

Roger L. Welsch

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A Quote by Pelham Grenville Wodehouse on memory and restaurants

Memories are like mulligatawny soup in a cheap restaurant. It is best not to stir them.

Pelham Grenville Wodehouse (1881 - 1975)

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A Quote by Lynda Montgomery on god, restaurants, and world

Why does Sea World have a seafood restaurant? I'm halfway through my fishburger and I realize, Oh my God . . . .I could be eating a slow learner.

Lynda Montgomery

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A Quote by Louis L'Amour on books, country, death, losing, machines, restaurants, simplicity, time, and worry

Books are the perfect Time Machine. By the simple act of opening a book you can, in an instant, be travelling up a jungle river without once being bitten by mosquitoes, or you can almost die of thirst in the desert while holding a cold drink in your hand, or dine in the finest restaurants and never have to worry about paying the bill, or ride the wild country of our western frontier and never worry about losing your scalp to a raiding party.

Louis L'Amour (1908 - 1988)

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