I saw this site, which is pretty cool, about death row inmates' last meals.... http://www.lastmealsproject.com/
What would you last meal be? I'm still thinking about mine.
from Sparks in NYC
Bufala Mozzarella with Tomatoesfrom 9th St Espresso
Prime Sirloin Steak with a glass of Pinot noir
a Breve Espresso
Gimme Coffee! Breve by peter_r, on Flickr
...although a home cooked meal from Mom would also be sufficient, it would be bitter sweet given the situation
Honestly, I never thought about it.
However, not sure I could decide if I would eat something I know I would enjoy -OR-
Something I know would not sit well with me, so when the pulled the switch I'd at least have the satisfaction of leaving them with one hell of a mess to clean up.
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I think I'd want one of those all-you-can-eat buffet deals. I'd keep eating until they forgot about me, or I passed out from all the food...
KC-135 - Passing gas & taking names!
central texan bbq from castroville, CA
it is mathematically impossible for either hummingbirds, or helicopters to fly. fortunately, neither are aware of this.
100 oysters and a bottle of Chardonnay for me.
Ice Cream, ice cream, ice cream ... death by indulgence before they hit the switch
Something greasy so that whatever I had for the proceeding meal crapss all over the place and makes a mess for them to clean up when I die.
Southwest Airlines-"Once it pop's it's time to stop" Southwest Airlines-"Our Shamu's are almost real" Southwest Airlines -"We blow our top real easy" Southwest Airlines- "You can't top us..... really"
first thoughts include a 112 oz wagyu sirloin and a stunning woman.
And I, I took the path less traveled by
and that has made all the difference......yet...
I have a feeling a handle of people are going to be very interested in what I post in the near future.
I've actually had some amazing crew meals over the years. The best from Colorado Springs' JetCenter caterers.
Chicken parmigiana over linguini from Vincent's Clam Bar with a couple of pitchers of sangria. For dessert, creme brûlée and a nice mango flavored cigar.
R.I.P. Matt Molnar 1979-2013