I had some goat yesterday at Banadir, the Somali Restaurant on Murfreesboro pike, that was fall-off-the-bone good.
This kind of PR tactic was a favorite of Edward Bernays, considered the Father of PR. He would create completely separate front organizations and coalitions and more, with their own stationary and p.o. boxes, to promote the goals of his clients. He would kind of work his way around things, so it wasn't so obvious, using a method he called Appeals of Indirection.
Correction on the tights thing. I just got confirmation that even though he wore tights, Bruno Sammartino would have gotten a sandwich.
This has nothing to do with Metro Center, but depending on how serious of a ride you're into, out to Leiper's Fork for Puckett's and back and is a great Bike N Eat.
I don't know who this Hide the Salami guy is, but I second him. There's isn't a sleeper-hold or drop elbow in the business that could coerce Corrado to name a sandwich after anybody. I saw Silverman attempt to piledrive him several times, and nuttin'! Plus wearing tights automatically excludes you from a sandwich. Again, ask Silverman.
Brilliant. FYI, doesn't work so great in IE. Best in Firefox.
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