Veronica and Archie 2018, as seen today by Harry Bliss
Ancestry.com is pitching their DNA test as the perfect Fathers' Day gift. I'm wondering how it's gonna go over when somebody finds out that Pops isn't exactly their biological father.
Just kill me now. I get to go to Starbucks twice a week, and on Thursdays I look forward to my "plain bagel, lightly-toasted, with butter." Last week they were out of plain bagels. I know my hearing is going, but I don't think the barista was very clear. I somehow ended up with a Sprouted Grain Vegan Bagel -- and I don't think it was toasted. Reminded me of the great line from the Odd Couple. "You want a green sandwich or a brown sandwich? says Walter Matthau." "What's in the green sandwich? asks Jack Lemmon." "I don't know. It's either old meat or new cheese."
It didn't get any better at Subway, when I brilliantly calculated that a Tuna Wrap would solve the problem of tuna squishing out of the bread and rolling down my shirt. It almost didn't happen. I couldn't answer the first question. "What kind of tortilla do you want? asked the sandwich maker. "A PLAIN tortilla!, I shouted. "Sorry, you have to choose between Habanero, Spinach or Tomato Basil." Aggghhhhhh!!! I went with Habanero.
I turned down another Facebook friend request this week. This time it was from someone I know and like. Nothing good ever comes to me from accepting these requests. Either I'm inundated with wiggling puppies or fresh-from-the-oven Pineapple Upside Down cake or -- worse yet -- political diatribes. Email me if you want and explain why in the world you'd want to be my Facebook friend. PS -- I rarely, if ever, post from my personal FB account -- just the Colt Corral.
Just when I've had it with Facebook, something wonderful happens. Someone was fondly recalling Consuelo's Mexican Restaurants which eventually led to the best web site ever -- Classic San Diego Mexican Restaurants.
Bob McGehee, a '65 Point Loma grad, is looking for a photo of Don's Hamburgers. This is the best I could provide. The McGehees lived in the Crawford area long enough for brother Richard to graduate in 1960 then moved to Point Loma.
The June issue of the quarterly, 12-page Crawford Alumni newsletter is in the mail. I've made the 1968 Pacer Staff the Playmate Centerfold. Those of you who subscribe should be on the lookout. Those of you who've been thinking about subscribing, or didn't even know there WAS such a thing, can click HERE for more information.
Holly Acosta Gray '71 decided to test out her new scanner. She's forwarded a photo of her 1959 Kindergarten class from John Muir Elementary. Click HERE to look at an enlarged version on the web site.