In case you missed it, click here to hear ELV’s commentary of last Thursday about his various adventures in the social media world, delivered in the lyrical, lofty, heroic, sublime, epic and eloquent tones for which he is known.
And a free holiday turkey to anyone who guesses the name of that marvel of Mediterranean mediocrity from which ELV has been forever banned. Hint: Its initials are Paymon’s Downtown Mediterranean. (KNPR didn’t want me bear-baiting the notoriously cheesecloth-skinned owner, but ELV considers it his civic duty to call a spade a spade* on his own website.)
* “Anyone who calls a spade a spade should be forced to use one.” – Oscar Wilde
3 thoughts on “Social Media Meltdown on News 88.9 FM KNPR – Nevada Public Radio”
Lucky for you, I’m not a carnivore. It took me all of 1 second to figure out who you were talking about when I heard the last “Food for Thought”. I didn’t have as miserable experience as you did at Paymon’s, but I still think it’s overrated and I much prefer the good stuff that BW Dining serves at Crazy Pita. (And hey, Crazy Pita is also MUCH closer to me!) I’m no stranger to Middle Eastern food, so Paymon’s can’t fool me. ;-)
Paymonds blows when you have actually had good middle eastern food in other cities….the place is all hype
Mr Curtas…you are the finest foodie I have ever known…your recent face book/media discussion was spot on….now how about an invitation for dinner?
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