Where the Dry Spot Finally Addresses the Kantian Deontological Arguments of Instrinsic vs. Extrinsic Properties

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I wonder how much the Seared Ahi Tuna Salad costs without ahi tuna?

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10 Responses to Where the Dry Spot Finally Addresses the Kantian Deontological Arguments of Instrinsic vs. Extrinsic Properties

  1. newscoma says:

    That made me laugh. I see ads like this a lot.
    Unfortunately.

  2. claudia says:

    ok – where… you gotta tell…

  3. ceeelcee says:

    It was on the wall at some chain salad place in Chicago called Salad Spinners. http://www.saladspinners.com/

    It was a pretty good idea and they’re looking for franchisees. I don’t know if they have enough bacon on the menu to make it in the South, though…

  4. sara sue says:

    BWAHAHAHAHAHA! A shining example of no child left behind!

  5. Mistersippi says:

    At least it wasn’t sheared ahi tuna … that stuff is gross!!

  6. john h says:

    essence of seared tuna – priceless.

  7. ceeelcee says:

    Can I please have a French Dip with au jus?

  8. I had a Turkey Club Sandwich once at Shoney’s – they accidently left off the turkey meat… slackers

  9. badger says:

    erm……why mangoes and not avocadoes? i’m a little worried about the coconut & cilantro duo, i’m not a very adventurous eater.

  10. Klinde says:

    I love, love, love menu bloopers of all sorts… My fave Chinese dish comes with “brocoli and carotoes” which are amazing like broccoli and carrots.

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