I write about important things. Today, Oreos. Specifically, the new Oreo Thins.
Oreos. That amazing cookie! Everyone loves Oreos! Delicious chocolate hard cake on the outside. Sweet thick white sugar inside.
Oreos recently came out with Oreo Thins. Saw it advertised on TV. Decided to buy a package. Thought I could get the same pleasure with only half the calories.
I was correct as to the calories. Wrong as to the pleasure. There was no pleasure. It tasted nothing like the Oreos I have known for years. The thin white inside taste was barely discernible. The thin chocolate wafers heavy in taste. It was as if I were eating a chocolate cookie.
Do not even try Oreo Thins. A waste of time and pleasure. It would surprise me if they were still be on the shelves in six months.
My yesterday began with the anti-gravity treadmill. Then a bit of banking. Followed by lunch at the Marriott Beachside Beach Bar. I enjoyed my time there earlier in the week.
I was looking forward to chatting with Simon, the bartender. No Simon. Must have been his day off. No loss, however. I enjoyed the view, a cheeseburger and read the newspapers.
For whatever reason, I was tired. Went home to bed. Slept all afternoon.
Last night began with the Chart Room. I was hoping to run into Bob Dennard. Emily bartending. Her eyes much better.
Chatted with some tourists and snowbirds till Bob showed up.
Spent an interesting hour with Bob. He is much traveled. Writes about places he has visited. Especially, Asia.
Dinner was alone at the Hot Tin Roof bar. Chatted with Joseph. The place was filled by the time I left.
I understand La Te Da is entirely closed down for the month of September. Not uncommon. Many establishments close for September. The hottest month of the year and the fewest visitors.
My head is hung in shame. I knocked Syracuse’s football team yesterday. They played their first game last night against Rhode Island.
I should not have. Syracuse beat Rhode Island 47-0. A score from days of old. Unfortunately, starting quarterback Terrel Hunt hurt his ankle in the first quarter. He may not be able to play the rest of the season. A freshman, whose name escapes me, played the rest of the game. He obviously did well.
My KONK Life column Private Prisons was published this morning on E-Blast. Someone screwed up in printing the title. PRISON became PRISON’S. Nothing I can do at this point. Add it to what some perceive as my grammatically incorrect writings.
I have to write my KONK column for next week. Decided on a certain phase of Tennessee Williams’ life. He called Key West home for well over thirty years. My research not complete. There are certain facts I have to verify. Impossible for me to write the column today.
At this moment on saturday morning, I have no idea what the subject matter will be of the column I am to write this afternoon.
Enjoy your day!
Since the “Oreo company” moved it’s plant to Mexico, no more oreo’s for me.
Oreo ? Thin, no way, double stuff only !
But, as Chuck said, Since Nabisco moved to Mexico and took over 600 jobs with it, no more Nabisco products for this family.
The freshman quarterback is Eric Dungey. His dad is Tony Dungey – past coach of Tampa Bay and Indianapolis Colts. I saw the highlights and he looked good, but as we know – “one game does not make a star”…