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« Reply #15 on: December 06, 2011, 12:00:17 pm »

Actually I was thinking more of The Tropical.   From the folks who brought us Lanna Thai.   http://www.thetropicaltulsa.com/menu/dinnermenu

Wasn't that a Rib joint years ago?  Rosie's, I think.

I looked at the menu briefly.  I noticed they pay you $1.00 to eat their grilled asparagus.  Parenthesis on a balance sheet usually indicate a negative quantity so I guess that's what they are doing here.   Grin
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« Reply #16 on: December 06, 2011, 04:23:49 pm »

Wasn't that a Rib joint years ago?  Rosie's, I think.

I looked at the menu briefly.  I noticed they pay you $1.00 to eat their grilled asparagus.  Parenthesis on a balance sheet usually indicate a negative quantity so I guess that's what they are doing here.   Grin

Yep, that sounds like the right location.  Took my former wife there for a Christmas Eve dinner in 1990 and then on to her sister's apartment for the NYE party.  If I recall correctly, it was icy as hell out that year.

EDIT: Thanks RA for being the spelling/context police.  My fingers type faster than my brain sometimes.   Grin
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