Thursday, September 16, 2010

All American Weekend

Class has begun and I've been busy studying Austrians like the logician Kurt Godel...

German phenomenologist Martin Heidegger...

And Carthaginian theologian Augustine...

So its hard to remember that we're still living in America. So this past weekend we had a heavy dose of Americana. In a previous post we blogged about the waffle house museum. This past weekend it was finally open. Not only that but the founders were there to sign autographs!

They had displays of some wonderful merchandise over the decades. Such as a share holders bow tie and more buttons than you can shake a waffle at.

We even got to hang out at the counter of the original diner, and of course get our picture taken in a cardboard cut-out-thingy.

Take that continental philosophers! Waffles in the house!

1 comment:

  1. How is it possible that there are no comments yet on this post. I enjoyed it thoroughly. Was it the cut out thingy? Yes, that was part of it. Was it the picture of St. Augustine? Maybe. Anyway, I laughed so hard I almost threw up. Thanks for really drilling down into the WaffleHouseness of the universe.