The Los Angeles County Health Department rates eating establishments on a letter grade system. Most of them get A's, there are occasional B's. Today, driving to work, I passed the FILIPINAS EXCHANGE MARKET which had received a C. I'm not sure I'd ever seen a C before. Even accounting for the fact that many Filipino specialty foods seem designed to terrify anglo health inspectors (balut, diniguan, etc) this appears extreme. What the hell do you have to do in order to get a C? Store your potato salad at 75 degrees Fahrenheit? Overhead salmonella sprayers? Ceviche de vacas locas? It's terrifying.
Today's Vehicle Spotting was an old beat up sentra driven by an aging gangsta, bumpersticker: NE1469? I don't think so, P-Dogg.
How's everyone enjoying the depression er recession er SLOWER RECOVERY THAN ANTICIPATED??