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June 28, 2011


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Maybe the Anais burger is served on a Nin-grain roll.

This brought to mind a long-departed OKC semi-landmark: Nikz At The Top, which occupied the upper floor of the United Founders Tower until shortly before it went condo. It was the only revolving restaurant we had (at least, the only one that revolved intentionally).


Order that Anais burger, you ninny.

I like the notion of someone nicknamed Two Jacks but then, would it not be "Two Jacks'"?

Weird, I was going to ask you if you'd ever blogged about Ruth's Chris. (Thought I'd remembered that you did a piece on possessives in brands at one point.) Although the names are somewhat awkward, they have (imo) a kind of home-made* aspect to them that appeals to me.

* Not "house-made"

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