Really? Please tell us which Subway stores sell Big Macs, which Wendy's stores sell seafood, which Arby's sell bloomin' onions, or which Denny's sell sushi.
Two of these don't have any wait-to-get-seated, as they are fast food restaurants.
But anyhow, whether the details and naming of the food differs, it is to large extents the same. The diversity is minimal in American restaurants. Customers aren't willing to try new things, and the restaurants that try either have to revert to the standard pseudo-Italian and American standards like steaks and burgers, and if there's fish, it's breaded and with lemon.
Don't expect big differences. None of them will serve black pudding, sardines, savory pies except chicken pot pie, boiled cabbage, or anything much out of the ordinary you can get at a number of these places. It doesn' t really matter all that much where you go - the difference between US restaurants is as minimal as between the US political parties. From an outside point of view, it's all pretty much the same.
Sure, "Chinese", "Japanese", "Thai", "Mexican" and "Indian" restaurants have different fare from the typical American/Italian one, but it's also standardized and adjusted to the American palate. No surprises; all interchangeable within their "nationality" (to use the word loosely).
Can't be, we don't turn the jammers on by default, that must be a mista... I mean, I have no idea what you mean.
Power without oversight is being abused? For real? That must be a first in human history!
Prime is offering me something I either cannot use or isn't available in my country, or artificially lowers the quality of a service that I could "get back" by paying for Prime. So yes, I can't help but feel fleeced.
OK, then please explain how they could miraculously deliver in 2-3 days, and often the next day, before the invention of Prime, but now that there is Prime, normal deliveries take 6-7 days. From the same warehouse.
Since when do you have prime and since when was it offered in your area?
Again, I used to get the Prime delivery times. Until they came up with Prime.
It's coming from exactly the same warehouse all the time. We're also not talking about "sometimes" or "often" but of "always". It ALWAYS took 2-3 days and now it ALWAYS takes 6-7 days. From the same warehouse.
You know, back in the Soviet Union you at least only got locked up and shot if your father was a crook, but in the free world it's already enough to know one.
The logical counter-troll would be to take nazi-pepe and ridicule him.
Laughter is a powerful weapon against repressive organizations and movements. The very last thing they can deal with is not being taken serious, mostly because they're usually so full of insecurities and dependence on outside validation that ridiculing them is a powerful blow to their ego.
We're not talking to going to the back of the queue, which is what I could absolutely understand. If you're at the back of the queue, your stuff would arrive somewhere between 2 and 10 days. But that's not what happens. It arrives no earlier than 6 days after ordering. They deliberately delay the delivery.
That doesn't work for our system. At least not yet. But how about this one. And since I don't want to play favorites, I'll tell it with the original names. You can replace Trump and Hillary with them, along with your favorite "slandering" news outlet.
Message in glorious newspaper Prawda
In a comparison competition between the imperialist Kennedy and our beloved leader Leonid Brezhnev, dear Leonid Brezhnev came in at the great second place while Mr. Kennedy only came in second to last.
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Our glorious energy power plant at the Chernobyl site reports that they manage to complete the five year plan in power production in a mere five nanoseconds.
I check amazon first because they have more product reviews than anywhere else. For me, it's the reviews, not always the price or shipping rate, that get me to buy something.
Next day shipping for most items for $8.