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Brainwash Menu Part 1

In Uncategorized on 02/22/2006 at 11:35 pm
the hungry tiger
“Then why don’t you eat something?” she asked.
“It’s no use,” said the Tiger sadly.
“I’ve tried that, but I always get hungry again.”

Yes, but we know the hungry Tiger has yet to try the infamous BrainwashCafe Menu. truly man does not live by bread alone but as Nobel Laureate Richard Feynman often said, sometimes life is all about tastes.

BWBurger

Arguably the best burger in all of Canada!! (according to Globe & Mail) A 1/2 lb 100% Grade A Beef Burger spiced and grilled to perfection, served on melted mozzarella, sauteed onions, fresh tomatoes and crispy lettuce, stuffed in a warm bun coated with spicy Dijon mustard.

Philly BLT

Montreal’s famous FAIRMOUNT sesame seed bagel, lathered with sumptuous Philadelphia cream cheese and melted mozzarella, filled with crispy bacon, lettuce and fresh tomato.

BetaFeta

Soft Greek pita bread coated with basil pesto; stuffed with tons of feta cheese, sun-dried tomatoes and marinated green olives.

Wild Pacific Salmon

Cream cheese generously spread on a Montreal renowned FAIRMOUNT sesame seed bagel, topped with smoked wild Pacific salmon, capers, and served with fresh slices of lemon.

Udon

A medley of seafood; tiger shrimp and crab top this Udon favourite! Served with a delicate combination of spicy Udon broth and wheat noodles garnished with roasted seaweed.

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And They Say People Get Better With Age

In Uncategorized on 02/21/2006 at 10:00 pm

It is hard to believe but the kid above is already a Grandmaster. His name is Parimarjan Negi and he is the second youngest grandmaster ever, earning the highest title at the age of 13 years, 3 months and 22 days (I am surprised that they dont even count the hours with this kind of competition). What is even more surprising is the fact he earned the title only 6 months (!) after he became an IM. Now how many people can brag about that? But I am a bit worried. If these prodigies continue establishing a standard (and they are well on the way of solidifying it), what could be next? 5 year olds that give simuls to expets and winning all games (wait, actually this already happened, nevermind…)