Little Caesars Corp Office 7205 N Robinson Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73116-7710 To who it may concern: I think Little Caesars has the worst pizza out of all the pizza places. I had Little Caesars three times in my life and each and every time the pizza was disgusting. The first time I had Little Caesars I was starving, and I heard that your pizza was cheap at a price of 5 dollars per box. I think you should charge 50 cents per box because it was horrible. The things I did not like about the pizza is that it sits under a heat lamp all day and it is not fresh.
Twenty minutes later, the meals arrived, which wasn’t too bad in timing, but they came out cold. To me, this means they were prepared earlier but sat too long because a waiter/waitress forgot about them. The bar was out of wine but no alternative beverage was offered. Two additional requests had to be made for silverware and napkins. The manager was sought and Mr. Wallace was given a second serving of cannelloni but the rest of the family ate their cold meals.
She also sits in front of the TV all day. She finally got tired of cheese and crackers so she got her b-day money and went to the store. She gets some soup in a can. On her way back she sees a pet store and goes in. She doesn't have much money but then she turns around and sees some fish and a sign that says BETTA FISH $3.99.
Then I became accustom to going to church, and even in the summer time the church had summer programs that I attended all summer and they would feed us lunch and we would play games all day and this was like very special for me. When I grew up and got married, and had my own children, I found myself doing the same routines with them. Now that I live in New York, I searched for (2) two years to find a church group that reminded me of home. Once I did, I became a part and joined the church group, and to me it means a family away from family, and it makes me feel complete and safe that I have the group of people that relates to me on the level that I was accustom to when I was growing up. I can identify with the older people sitting on one side of the church and the younger generation sitting on the other side, I can identify with when someone needs a help and hand, the church group is there to fill in like a family for them.
Grill 54 July 8, 2011 Grill 54 On July 3, 2011 my family and I were looking to go out to eat and to find something new from the normal and usual restaurants, like Outback, Chili’s, and Longhorn that we go to all the time. We heard of this new restaurant that just recently opened called Grill 54, from what we read they offer a wide verity of dishes. I wanted to stay at a budget of about $50 plus gratuity for a family of five. So we decided to try the restaurant and see if it is something that we could enjoy and would be a restaurant that we would frequent. Having a family of five with kids ranging from ages 1 to 11 it is not easy to choose a restaurant that everybody will like something.
I sometimes is at my booth for maybe 5-10 minutes before the waiter acknowledges that I am there and come to see if we want to start out with some drinks. After the waiter gets our order and brings us our food, he is nowhere to be found. They do not know whether we are satisfied or not. They just walk off and I do not see them until they think that we are finished and ready for the bill. When I look on the menu, the way they have their food displayed is great.
Inside the gates, the Joads are registered and begin picking fruit for five cents a box. The entire family works and by sundown they have earned a dollar. Ma spends the dollar at the Hooper Ranch store but can only get some poor quality hamburger and a little coffee. The sales clerk is sarcastic, but Ma recognizes his shame. She asks for some credit in order to get a little sugar, but the clerk refuses.
Every day he eats cold pizza for breakfast, a burger for lunch, and two liters of soda for dinner. He smokes, he drinks, and the only exercise he gets is getting up to take movies to the mailbox. Louie is 29 years old, but his AGE levels may be much higher than the average 29 year old, affecting his organs, muscles, joints and cells. His TruAge may be 63, meaning he has the AGE levels of someone more than double his age. Marge gives thanks every day for her health.
I was anxious to eat this special meal because it was the first time I would try the pozole. The aroma coming out of the pot where the pozole was cooking was tingling through my nostrils as I breathed in, and also making my mouth extra watery. When I asked my mom what pozole was, all she said was that it was like menudo. My heart sunk when I heard this. Menudo was the food I hated most.
Within minute of the first attack Red Cross members were on the scene using techniques they had learned during war drills. (redcross.org) That helped them save many lives and start on the right foot. The Red Cross made an Americans Junior Red Cross that helped many kids stay healthy and active during the war. By doing this they set up centers under the supervision of teachers, produce articles for men in the war. Boys in carpentry classes made games for the sick soldiers or clothes hooks and magazine stands for naval hospitals.