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            Wednesday, December 31, 2014

                                                           FOOD MENUS

I like reading old restaurant menus, especially from Britain.  I was more than a bit surprised at the (rollover) 1912 London menu.  Ahem.

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"The MSM Rule of Inverse Electoral Correlation:
The closer the presidential race gets, the louder the MSM declares that it’s over. And all this comes even as Clinton has had a terrible week—arguably her worst week ever, as the billowing smoke of financial scandal clouds herself and her family."

Considering what WASN'T censored, WHAT in the world NEEDED to be censored???
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Touché. But it's still a puzzlement...
Well, here are bees, and there are birds. What this has to do with anyhing has always been a mystery.
Where do I begin?

Can I have that ala carte?

I'll have one from column a and two from column b.

Do I get egg rolls with that?

Does that come with gravy?

No substitutions with the daily specials.

What kinds of deserts do you have?

Interesting - this supposedly comes from a London brothel but the first item is priced at $3.50. I didn't know that the UK had changed from Sterling to Dollars in 1912???
Good catch. However, along with the United States; Mexico, Australia, Argentina, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Pacific Island nations, and English-speaking Canada, the dollar or peso symbol precedes the number, unlike most currency symbols. Five dollars or pesos is written and printed as $5, whereas five cents is written as 5¢. In French-speaking Canada, the dollar symbol usually appears after the number (5$), although it sometimes appears in front of it, or instead may even be totally absent. (WIKI)

So maybe the Madame was a Canuck? Your job will be to track the truth down.
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