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1870s Wilf walks into a bar.  The bar at the Manhattan Club at E. 26th & Madison.

"Would you like our new cocktail?" the 1870s bartender asks him.  "We named it after the club:  we call a Manhattan."

"I don't like new cocktails," says 1870s Wilf.  "I'll have a punch."

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6 minutes ago, Sneakeater said:

1870s Wilf walks into a bar.  The bar at the Manhattan Club at E. 26th & Madison.

"Would you like our new cocktail?" the 1870s bartender asks him.  "We named it after the club:  we call a Manhattan."

"I don't like new cocktails," says 1870s Wilf.  "I'll have a punch."

"So punch me he said;

Punch him they did;

And he'll never go there anymore."

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1 hour ago, Sneakeater said:

1870s Wilf walks into a bar.  The bar at the Manhattan Club at E. 26th & Madison.

"Would you like our new cocktail?" the 1870s bartender asks him.  "We named it after the club:  we call a Manhattan."

"I don't like new cocktails," says 1870s Wilf.  "I'll have a punch."

2070s Sneak walks into a restaurant in the remaining above-sea part of the city, probably somewhere in Wakefield. His server recommends a fantasia of duck, foamed and served alongside a series of narrow phials alternating highly bitter and viciously sweet purées of potato skin.

”Could I just get it roasted with French fries?” he said. 

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If you're shopping in a store with a four-customer COVID capacity limitation, you shouldn't bring in three kids with you and then stay chatting with the staff for 15 or 20 minutes.  (Nor should the staff permit you to stay that long.)

Shit, if you're going to a store with a four-customer COVID capacity limitation, I don't think you should bring three kids with you at all.

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