Saying a rebuilt transmission can't be better than a new transmission is like saying The Terminator is better than Terminator 2.
I mean, seriously, That's an open-and-shut case right there, so please don't waste any more of my time debating this. The Terminator, better than T2: Judgment Day? Are you insane? Don't get me wrong, both movies are fantastic - and while there's plenty of explosions and chasing and Ahhhnold-isms to be had in both The Terminator and T2, you'd have to be absolutely bonkers to not understand the beauty of T2. There's a pure cinematic thrall in watching Schwarzenegger on a motorcycle getting chased in a trench by an unstoppable liquid-metal death machine with a shotgun driving an 18-wheeler, and that "nuclear holocaust"...
I think not. Don't get me wrong, I'm glad for everything. I appreciate your honesty, loyalty, faithful dedication, and there's no way I will ever replicate the deliciousness of your cooking. I'll probably miss that the very most...yum.
But what are your homemade soufflés and shepherd's pies in comparison to the sanctity of our diminishing natural resources? Especially our coastal lands and waters...these need serious protection from the environmental hazards, industrial prospectors, and dangerous atmosphere which threaten their existence daily. It only stands to reason, then, that I would pick Coastal Land Trust over you. I'm sorry, that's just the way it is.
Ok, I've warned you once, but I'll warn you again: reading anything about Marsilio's Kitchen while feeling peckish could easily end in disaster. I made that very mistake earlier today, and now we're minus one intern. Oh well. Now that the cops are gone and the mess has been dealt with, I'm a little more comfortable about going into detail about what happened, so I'll try to divulge.
The problem is simple: The new website for Marsilio's Kitchen looks delicious. I want to eat every page one by one, like a delicious ten-course meal of savory programming, marinated in fresh design practices and topped with a healthy portion of useability. I want to devour their new contact form in one giant bite, wash...
One Wilmington eatery is being heralded as one of the best restaurants in the country, according to a popular online reservation site.
The Little Dipper, located at 138 N. Front St. in downtown Wilmington, was one of several North Carolina restaurants to be included on OpenTable Diner's top 100 restaurants for 2011.
San Francisco-based OpenTable, Inc. — a provider of free, real-time online restaurant reservations for diners, and reservation and guest management solutions for restaurants — publishes the list annually.
North Carolina tied California with 10 restaurants in OpenTable's top 100 best restaurants. Other Tar Heel cities with restaurant mentions include: Cary, Raleigh, Pittsboro, Tarboro,...