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Photo TR: Dinner at Elephant Bar


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Hey everyone, Random Photo TR time.


It's nothing special, just dinner...and the party store!


Goodbye Elephant Bar!




"I no like snow peas."


Lettuce Wraps are Elissa's "New food of the year"


"The menu has blocked out the Robb!"


"Arrrrr...is it talk like a pirate day yet?"


Death was here too....


At the party store Elissa fondles the rodents.


Elephant girl: "Your wait time is 10 minutes, here's a coater."

Me: "Oooh...a coaster, can I ride it? Oh, sorry, you won't get that joke because you're a hot chick and not a geek!"


"Do they really serve elephants here?"


"I will drive you while having this comatose look on my face"


Elissa is all "Hey, let's go out to dinner!"

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^ It is a "drink coaster" that buzzes when your table is ready. Most major American restaurant chains use them now. Here is an example of one:






When I got one at Joes Crab shack, they said it would be 40mins, but turned out to be 15mins, we werent expecting it to go off but it made me jump a few times.


Mmmmm....that food looks nice!

So would you rather have the lettuce wraps or the plain pasta, Elissa?

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County on alert for hepatitis A - SACRAMENTO




Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2003 09:09:00 -0500

From: hbv_research-list-owners@mail-list.com

Subject: County on alert for hepatitis A - SACRAMENTO




County on alert for hepatitis A


By Elizabeth Hume -- Bee Staff Writer

Published 2:15 a.m. PST Saturday, November 15, 2003


SACRAMENTO - County Public Health officials have issued a health alert after

an employee of the Elephant Bar restaurant on Arden Way was diagnosed with

hepatitis A.

Family members and restaurant employees are at the highest risk of

contracting the disease, said Dr. Glennah Trochet, county health officer.


Restaurant patrons are unlikely to contract the curable disease, but dates

of possible transmission are Oct. 30 and 31 and Nov. 5 to Nov. 7. Concerned

diners should see their physicians. Treatment can be administered within 14

days of exposure.


Hepatitis A attacks the liver, but unlike hepatitis B and C, most people

recover from hepatitis A, Trochet said.

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