Each week I share three things I like – It could be a book, a movie, a podcast, an album, a photo, an article, a restaurant, a food item, a beverage, or anything else I simply enjoy and think you might too. You can find a whole pile of things, especially books, I like and recommend HERE.
I’m no scientist, but the unique properties of dog hair and automobile carpet lead to a binding that no ordinary shop vacuum can break. Add to that the occasional moisture and mud that canine friends bring with them, and one’s car becomes a hairy, stinking mess in a hurry. I love taking my dog hiking with me, but I was getting fed up with the mess it led to in my SUV. Problem solved. The liner is easy to remove, easy to clean, and keeps about 90% of the fur (and 100% of the mud/water) off the car. If you are a dog owner you should get one. (If you are a cat owner you’re just sitting there smugly because you have none of these problems. That’s true. But you’re stuck with a cat.)
Gabby’s serves the second best burger in Nashville (right behind this place). And like the #1 burger joint, Gabby’s is a hole in the wall in a part of town not over run by bachelorette parties. Correlation or causation? You decide. As for the burgers themselves they are straight forward, fresh-made, high quality, ungourmet, with no fancy fixins. There are no compotes, reductions, or flavored mayo anywhere on the menu – just beef, cheese, bacon, and staple condiments. Oh, and Gabby’s hand made fries and shakes are nothing to scoff at either.
3. Shaquille O’Neal Rookie Year Highlights
Do you remember when Shaq used to be young and athletic? When he could jump and dribble and run like a small forward, except he was 7’2″ and 300 pounds? INSANE. We remember the physically dominant mountain of a man that led the Lakers to a couple titles (yes, Kobe Stans, it was shaq who led them to those titles). But when he was young he was a whole different kind of athletic freak.