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A real American story...

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Thought this was interesting.

I like the fact that Sanders still hadn't found direction in his life at the age of 40... makes me feel a little better about my future.. :)

Doubly interesting is this apparent "true KFC" in Shelbyville Kentucky. I've known for a while now that KFC today is nothing like what Sanders created... it would be interesting to stop at this "Claudia Sanders Dinner House" someday to see the difference...

Enjoy!

https://youtu.be/gTyfuE1NumM
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moonshadow wrote:
Sat Nov 28, 2020 8:33 pm
Doubly interesting is this apparent "true KFC" in Shelbyville Kentucky. I've known for a while now that KFC today is nothing like what Sanders created... it would be interesting to stop at this "Claudia Sanders Dinner House" someday to see the difference...
But would you be able to get Chicken Fried Chicken there?

There is a KFC in New Delhi. I took a picture to remind myself it is real. They deliver, too, on scooters.
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Moon, don't feel bad about any lack of direction yet. Let me give you a potted history of the last 30 odd years of my life. Through a combination of circumstances I found myself as an undergraduate reading Computer Science, a subject I was gifted/steered into, not planned to do. I was 30 so 33 when I graduated. I was married, four young children ( eldest one 6 years old ) and a mortgage. At the end of my first year, having scraped through a programming project in Pascal I vowed that whatever I did I never wanted to be a computer programmer. So, after graduation and a temporary year long job in construction, my first computer job was as, you've guessed it, - a computer programmer! That set the scene for the next 20 years at which point the scene had dramatically changed and outgrown me and, stressed out, I was glad to get out. I was lucky, bloody lucky. Maybe what you are doing is what you were meant to do. Maybe circumstances will change and you will be guided on a new path. Mine changed in a matter of days. Who knows? Life is fickle and can give or take away on a whim. Don't worry, be happy, dude.
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Daryl wrote:
Sat Jan 23, 2021 5:59 am
moonshadow wrote:
Sat Nov 28, 2020 8:33 pm
Doubly interesting is this apparent "true KFC" in Shelbyville Kentucky. I've known for a while now that KFC today is nothing like what Sanders created... it would be interesting to stop at this "Claudia Sanders Dinner House" someday to see the difference...
But would you be able to get Chicken Fried Chicken there?

There is a KFC in New Delhi. I took a picture to remind myself it is real. They deliver, too, on scooters.
Next time you're in the states, we'll have to check it out and see for ourselves!

Good to see you again old friend! :)
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moonshadow wrote:
Sun Jan 24, 2021 3:20 pm
Daryl wrote:
Sat Jan 23, 2021 5:59 am
moonshadow wrote:
Sat Nov 28, 2020 8:33 pm
Doubly interesting is this apparent "true KFC" in Shelbyville Kentucky. I've known for a while now that KFC today is nothing like what Sanders created... it would be interesting to stop at this "Claudia Sanders Dinner House" someday to see the difference...
But would you be able to get Chicken Fried Chicken there?

There is a KFC in New Delhi. I took a picture to remind myself it is real. They deliver, too, on scooters.
Next time you're in the states, we'll have to check it out and see for ourselves!
Good to see you again old friend! :)
Good seeing Jenn and your pawtracks in here too!

I definitely wanted to repeat our spring trip, maybe even make it a habit, but no, some pesky virus mucked that all up. Maybe this spring, if the curves head downwards in time.
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