November 3rd, 2009

Stolen Steaks — Where’s Your Moral Compass?

So, a man and a woman were caught red-handed with a truck full of stolen steaks a couple of weeks ago.

This makes me want to cry.


Those steaks were meant for someone else — and they will never see them!

Times are tough, but stealing someone’s steaks? It’s unthinkable.

If there is ONE THING in this world that should be sacred, it’s someone’s steak. Recession or no recession.

Read here if you want to know more about the misery these two brainiacs inflicted:

Let this be a lesson to all would-be steak burglars — HANDS OFF!

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July 17th, 2009

Sworn in Over Steak

Remind me why I don’t live in New York again???

Check this out (a man after my own heart) . . .

NY: New LG Sworn in Over Steak July 10, 2009

From the NY Times:

Mr. Ravitch’s personal lawyer rushed from Manhattan to the restaurant, where the lieutenant-governor-to-be held up his right hand and recited the oath of office at 8:45 p.m., in between bites of his steak. The impromptu swearing-in made his appointment official before Republicans were able to persuade a judge on Long Island to block him from office. A waiter documented the occasion by snapping a photo with Mr. Ravitch’s wife’s cellphone.

So began the surreal journey of the 76-year-old Mr. Ravitch, who was perfectly content spending his golden years attending meetings of the various boards he sits on, running his investment consulting firm and honing his skills as an amateur woodworker.

I’m sorry, but this is classic. And bravo for not letting “official business” get in the way of a great steak dinner!!!

Now THAT is a steak enthusiast. . .

Excerpt courtesy the NY Times via