Friday, May 20, 2016

Friday's Dispatch

    What is your weakness

  • I am in Ardmore OK after a road trip across a little of North Texas. It wasn't exactly epic or even all that fun. It was intended to be a longer journey Westward but my back started bothering me, I got lonely and simultaneously I saw an exit I recognized. After lingering a bit in El Norte de Tejas I ended up taking a back road to Ardmore as we all will someday I suppose. In a minute I'll walk to Prairie Kitchen and add to my arteries cumulative destruction.
  • They have a big giant omelet there that comes with two sides. My omelet of choice is hamburger and cheddar cheese. For the sides I get hash browns and pancakes. It easily could feed two people. I don't know what it is called. I call it the Big Nasty.
  • On the road yesterday I saw a guy walking down the service road parallel to the Interstate. He was wearing a motorcycle helmet that appeared to be painted silver although I couldn't be too sure as I declared judgment to be the better part of valor and steered well clear of him.
  • Daisy Gardner is very attractive to me.
  • To be more conversational and promote a comfortable environment when speaking to a patient in my office I sometimes recline my chair back a little and adopt a relaxed pose with my hands on the arms of the chair and my legs slightly spread. Recently two different people- one male and one female have checked out my package as I did so.
  • The movie What Women Want is way better than I thought it would be which made me like it better than I probably should. It also has some great music.
  • When I leave a hotel I always bag trash up in a shopping bag and drop it near the pile of towels I have also made to make the cleaners life easier.
  • The cleaner in the motel I am at now is a guy, His name is Bob. He is Indian (the Patel kind).

3 comments:

The Donald said...

Daisy Gardner is very attractive to me.

I'll go along with that.

But Daisy Fuentes es muy caliente!

Daisy Duke's not looking so good these days.

The Donald said...

From the Wikipedia:

The "Patel hotel" or "Patel motel" phenomenon, as it is popularly known,[7] has made a major impact on the American hospitality industry.

A sizable number of Indian immigrants to the United States came in the 1960s and 1970s. Many of them worked in blue collar jobs and saved up to buy undervalued or dilapidated properties, turning them into businesses.[1] As many as 50% of mid-sized motels and hotel properties all over the US are owned by people of Indian origin. Of this nearly one-third have the surname Patel - a popular one among Indian Gujaratis (those that came from Gujarat).[8][9]


Back when I was in tax collections, we knew that if we were calling on a lodging business, chances were about 80% that we were going to be dealing with Mr. Patel.

el chupacabra said...

Hey Don- Yeah Daisie G is super cute+ probably smart+ super funny= hawt.
Catherine Bach will live on in honor and glory as Daisy Duke. We shan't mock her mid 60s appearance in the present age.

Weird u say Patel Motel- I just heard the term for the first time in my life last week from an elderly doc. I know.