© Stephen Bess 2006
April 5, 1951 - Washington, D.C. Municipal Court of Appeals outlawed segregation in restaurants.
I'm happy that our forefathers and foremothers paved the way because I really love the spinach dip with bow tie pasta at Copeland's. Yum! :)
damn that looks delicious how was it
Ahh! I always get this whenever I visit Copelands. It's so delicious! I can't eat it too often though because they'll start calling me "Big Boy." :)
why am i just transfixed by the food? lol. this Special K i'm eating ain't got no soul.
oh..and big ups for educating the masses!
Haa haa! :)Special K, huh. It's better for you. lol
Yes, I try to educate/learn as often as I can. I'm hungry too, but I'm about to go to lunch.
One blogger missing in action. I have not heard boo from you in a long time. Is everything ok? :(
It's thoroughly possible that I view the world through pink tinted glasses, and forget that things have not always been so rosy for anyone with a sun kissed complexion (and we're not talking about rent a tan or wanna look like a human sausage!)
Thanks for reminding me that sometimes, even in the little things, we have to give thanks, for we stand upon the shoulders of giants
I know, I'm sorry. We've both been MIA. Please, no sad face. :)I'll come by and say hi.
Wow! I love the way you put that. Thank you!
Hmmmmmmmh now I want to go to copeland's and try that dish out. Thanks for today's lesson.
I love spinach dip too.
I seem to be fixated on the food too. But great reminder.
It's great that you remember and acknowledge these very important days.
Oh...it's so good! Go! Go!
I get it everytime I go for appetizer.
You're welcome. :)
I aim to pleeze. :)
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