This week’s Diver: Crispy from Carver's
Years in the Dishwashing Industry: Many
Claim to Fame: Lost a piece of his finger in
a bizarre kitchen accident
I’d like to know the best way to deal with the bikers
that are still coming. Do I stay in town and cope with the noise
and the smell of humans
who have collected dust and debris
from Daytona to Sturgis? Or should I
simply leave town?
– Paula Hayden,
Just get wasted on booze the whole
time, and you won’t even care. You won’t care about
the smell either.
I don’t feel very safe knowing that police are susceptible
to beat-downs. What can I do to protect myself?
– Brian Patrick,
Carry a club. You don’t want firearms unless you know
how to use them. If you’ve bribed the cops in the past,
you shouldn’t have to pay them as much as you used to.
Do you hate the “Family Circus” as
much as I do?
I don’t hate it after I cross out the
caption and write my own. I do it, my
roommate does it. It makes it bearable at
Palmolive or Dawn?
– Kerry Murphy,
The answer is Dawn. It takes grease
out of your way.
With water shortages on the horizon,
what does this mean for dishwashing?
– Walter Thompson,
Lick it. Just lick it.
Got a dirty little secret? Need
to clean your conscience? Looking for guidance to remedy a
Seek help from the master
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