Lobster isn’t bad.
Teremy Jaylor Who would’ve thought taco condiments would save the life of a man and his dog?
Gylvan Soldman So people thought they’d rather try to carry all the groceries in their hands?
Take care and may God bless.
Nineteenth-century prisoners of Jewish ancestry also would’ve disliked the lobster treatment; crustaceans aren’t kosher.
If Jeremy Taylor’s car is like my wife’s car, there were only 5,000 or so sauce packets.
Feeding lobster to anyone who can actually taste it is still cruel.
Goldman said that women shoppers thought the carts were too much like baby strollers, which they were tired of pushing. Men considered the carts an insult to their strength.
And of course his name was Goldman
it was more cruel to the lobsters
Uh, you can’t starve to death in 5 days, even without taco sauce packets.
Taco Bell was of two minds. “Our taco sauce saved his life! Why did he have so many of our taco sauce packets in his car?
Maybe Jeremy now has a better stocked emergency kit in his car.
As a pedestrian that needs to carry everything home [20 min. walk] I don’t use carts for fear of buying too much at a time.
The only thing the taco sauce did was to provide a tiny bit of hydration. Melted snow is a better source. While he may have thought he was starving, he wasn’t. Ally, on the other hand, was starving. Dogs can’t last without food anywhere near as long as humans.
The first shopping carts must have been like the British ones with revolving casters at all four wheels…what a stupid idea, you can’t easily control those things.
I used to live in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. In the 1960s if you had a lobster sandwich everyone thought you were poor. Now, my sister can buy 100 lbs of lobster in Shediac, New Brunswick (lobster capitol of the world, better than Maine lobster, but USA will refute that) . She took it back to Phoenix and sold it for 3 times what she paid for it. She said “Where can you find lobster in Arizona?”
Since a human can live 40+ days without eating, “surviving” is an exaggeration. Being trapped in a car with a dog that has had nothing to eat other than spicy taco sauce for 5 days without dying? Now THAT’S survival!
It is an exaggeration. I doubt the taco sauce had enough caloric content to make a difference unless he was drinking it by the cup full. 5 days without would be rough but not unheard of.
I hope he only gave the dog the mild sauce. Otherwise that was one smelly car.
Whenever I hear about folks being stranded like this, I always wonder, “How did they go to the potty?” I’m sure that, once the car was found, it must have been very fragrant.
The inmates softened their opinions once the prison started serving them cooked…
LOL at “decoy shoppers!”
You have Oklahoma to thank for shopping carts… and Yield signs… And that’s pretty much it.