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November 10, 2003

Tekka Maki, Maguro, Hamachi

A couple of times in the past few days I've picked up one of those ready-made packages of California Rolls from the supermarket. They're nowhere near as good as a fresh-off-the-cutting-board, sushi bar roll. But they weren't bad. It makes me realize that I want sushi, real sushi, soon.

Maybe that can be tomorrow's lunch.

But I have no idea where to get reliable sushi in the Harvard Sq area. Any suggestions?

Posted by jghiii at November 10, 2003 10:26 PM
Posted by: sherman on November 11, 2003 02:16 AM

Take the Red Line to State. Transfer to the Blue. Go to the airport. Fly to California. Rent a car and come to my apartment building. Give me the marshmello fluff and the golden fingers and the pork strips and the terryaki steak on a stick and all that wonderful, wonderful duck sauce.....hang, on I gotta wipe off the drool.....and then you can go eat some sushi on any corner in this town.

That's what I'd suggest.

Posted by: beth on November 11, 2003 05:29 PM

He's not coming to CA just to bring you Marshmallow Fluff. We like having him here where he belongs.

Posted by: sherman on November 11, 2003 08:04 PM

Beth, Beth, Beth....

I'm have no plans to keep him. Just to use him for a delivery. He can go back after his meal. In fact, he should because who else would I con to bring me more Fluff when the new supply runs out?

Nice loyalty and affection, though. I like that in siblings, not having any of it on my own. I now deal with my own sibs via this lawyer in Melrose -- but he's cool and even calls me Sherman. Which probably doesn't seem a surprise to some of you, but my sibs still call me David from my pre-cocoon days. Of course, I'm now pissing all of them off and it's their own fault. They set the will up (of course, the only reason I am dealing with my sibs is over a will -- it's so cliche) with my name as David, and Lou, (isn't it cool that the lawyer's name is Lou?) sent me papers to sign and witness with my name listed as David and I called him and explained the deal that I had legally changed my name a long time ago (and restrained myself from commenting on how they know that but still listed my named as David) and he needs to have a set of original papers from the change and I don't have any originals which means they have to be requested from the Rhode Island court where I did the deed and of course this slows down the whole process which I just know I'm being blamed for, but really it's their own fault since they all know I changed my name. But luckily, since we aren't talking, I don't have to listen to any of their bitching. Poor Lou must, though -- at $85 an hour.

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