Ristorante Da Luigi: My Favorite Place on Earth

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    Da Luigi, the restaurant in this photo, is not far from the Blue Grotto on Capri. If I had only one afternoon to live, I think I would like to spend it here. Drift on in to the little cove in the boat you've hired for the day, drop anchor, and await the restaurant's launch that will bring you in to the sunbathing area. This is where I like to look around to see if my future wife is in attendance. From there, a chatty Italian waiter will escort you to your table, where you are encouraged to while away the afternoon over delicious food, wine, and plates of olives, prosciutto, and parmigiano.

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Monday, September 17, 2007


Terry Brown

The most important distinction the article makes is that these liberal politicians are EITHER SHOCKED, OR ARE PRETENDING TO BE SHOCKED by the 'greed of big oil profiteering' and feel the need to protect us from it.

I honestly don't know which is worse: the politician so ignorant that he is 'shocked' by, or so disingenuous that he is 'pretending to be shocked by' the simple realities of economics.

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