I saw three fortune cookies recently. The first read, “The fortune you seek is in another cookie.” The second read, “You will receive a fortune. (cookie)” The message in the third read, “If your cookie is still in one piece, buy lotto.” This week scores of people are banking on a chance. A chance on winning $500 million dollars in the lottery. When I say chance, I mean slim to nothing. I’m told there’s more chances of you having identical quadruplets than winning the lottery.
What’s all this stuff about being “vegan” these days? I went to the Farmer’s Market today and experienced a vegetarian’s paradise. A farmer showed me collard greens so large that one leaf seemed like enough to feed a small family. That’s not normal. And who needs 25 types of apples? When I grew up, it was, “Stefan, do you want an apple or an orange?” A Gala, a Fuji, and a Jonagold weren’t even one of my options.
Also, I only knew two types of potatoes: the good ones in the p