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April 27, 2004

Yesterday I went to Burger King with Scott Keene from work. We picked up lunch for us and John Boogades and brought it back over here to DigiQuest. Day in the life, eh?

Well, I mention this because when we got back, I glanced at the receipt that was taped to the bag. Unfortunately it was not itemized by price, but that fact was quickly overlooked in favor of a much more hilarious point, the name of the server:

Burger King receipt

Look closely... her name is listed as Fatty. I promise you that this is real; it's no PhotoShop hack job. We laughed long and loud about that one. As I recall, the woman working at the window was somewhat rotund, but to have that entered as her official name? Ha! It's like a joke out of a movie or something.

It is worth noting that the spicy chicken crisp sandwich was really good. Fast food isn't particularly healthy, but mmm it sure tasted delicious.

Fans of Comedy Central's Chappelle's Show, take note: the show has been moved to Tuesday 10/9 Central. CC didn't do as good of a job as I expected of letting that fact be known. Of course, this week's new episode will surely be shown many times more this week, but still it's important to get the word out about these things. I no longer DVR Chappelle's Show, since they run episodes I've seen over and over, so had I not caught a promo by chance for it, I wouldn't have known at all. It makes sense for CC to move the show to its own night (and allow a new show to get the lead-in audience from South Park), but after all of those "new episodes of Chappelle's Show and South Park back-to-back" promos, it was an abrupt move in my opinion.

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