Medieval Times Baltimore - 4/9/04

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Thursday, April 15, 2004 11:02 AM
Jeff's avatar Sarah: You'd be surprised to find a lot of cool stuff at the hippy organic markets like Wild Oates or Mustard Seed. You might also try the World Market (one in Fairlawn next to Staples and Dick's Sporting Goods if that's not too far away for you).

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Thursday, April 15, 2004 1:32 PM
That's where PA's beer distributors actually work in your favor. Need something obscure? Ask, and they'll look it up and order it for you if they can.

Of course, you still have to get it by the case that way, which can be a bit much. I'm still working on the Cave Creek Chili Beer I bought in October (fortunately my basement is cool, so it hasn't gone skunky on me)

"You seem healthy. So much for voodoo."

Thursday, April 15, 2004 2:24 PM
I've never heard of Wild Oats or Mustard Seed. World Market sounds like it might be about an hour from me. Not a bad drive on a nice day out like today. An hour would be worth it to get this stuff. It is made by the same people as Dos XX. This brand is called Superior. I'm sure anyone who has been around the Mexico area has heard of it or had it. Some people don't care for it, but I fell in love with it.

I do have two places in Canton trying to get it for me. I'm going to wait and see what they can do. If they can't get it, I might take a run up to WM to see what they have.

Thanks for the info. Much appreciated.

Edit: World Market doesn't have it. I called, they never heard of it. *** Edited 4/15/2004 6:56:32 PM UTC by Sarah Jackson***

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Thursday, April 15, 2004 2:43 PM
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Thursday, April 15, 2004 3:25 PM
Jeff's avatar Sarah: I forget... what city do you live in?

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Thursday, April 15, 2004 3:41 PM
I live in Louisville. Just about 10 minutes outside of Canton.

I also have called West Point Market in Akron. They don't believe that it is imported to the US.

I ended up buying Dos Equis Special Lager instead. It tastes a lot like Superior. I like it and it is pretty cheap. Less than $7 for a 6 pack. It is labeled as a "golden, aromatic European-style pilsner". If you like pale beers I suggest trying this brand. *** Edited 4/15/2004 10:05:15 PM UTC by Sarah Jackson***

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Thursday, April 15, 2004 4:51 PM

Coaster Lover said:
Actually, Arundel Mills Mall is closer to Washingon, DC, but that's really not too important.

That would be incorrect. I could hop onto rt. 295 (or rt.100 to 95N.) at either Arundel Mills exits and be into Baltimore City in about 15 minutes (or less). To get to D.C. off of rt. 295 (at rt.50/New York Ave.), it usually takes me about 30 minutes. Check it out on a map if you don't believe me.

Arundel Mills has got a good business going for itself, especially with all the tourists coming into BWI, which is literally five minutes up the road. It is sad though that many of the merchants have already gone out of business (such as the Crayola Store), and the place has only been open for like three years. One of the complaints I read was that there just isn't enough foot traffic during the week. It's sad too that they don't have DDR in Jillians, but have Pump It Up. I'd go to the mall more if they had DDR. They took out the Cedar Fair simulators too (not that I would ever pay to ride one).

Thursday, April 15, 2004 10:14 PM
Jeff's avatar No... there is a CP simulator ride there. It's in one of the cross-over halls, one with Toyotas in it.

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Thursday, April 15, 2004 10:55 PM
hey our local chuck e cheese has a roller coaster simulator but weird enough, it has legend, raven, and phoenix. It's really unrealistic....and don't ask why i was at chuckie e cheese. sorry...shift key ain't workin.

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Thursday, April 15, 2004 11:39 PM
Hmmm., I didn't realize they still had the simulator (there were two). They obviously have moved it. I'd like to try out that water massage bed, but I think it would be freaky also. It's funny Jeff that you mention the crossover hall. It's the only one on the whole loop, and it's not in the middle! I'm glad you liked Muvico also. When "LOTR Return of the King" came out, they had it on seven screens!

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