The week in review is a weekly installment that is a look inside the life of your webmaster, Barry. We discuss what is going on at work, the cigars I smoked, and whatever is on my mind at the time of writing. We didn’t really have anything to post on Sunday, so this is an inside look at the life of a kid from New York City by way of Miami who wound up in New Hampshire.
Living in New Hampshire is a new situation but I can understand when people complain about the next generation. I’m going to use Dunkin Donuts as an example. In NYC, almost every Dunkin Donuts is owned by an ethnicity. The work ethic is about the consumer, you order a coffee light and sweet, with half and half you get just that.
My first experience at Dunkin Donuts in New Hampshire was ordering that exact drink and the kid behind the counter gives me the coffee and goes “That’s the first time someone ever asked me for half-regular half-decafinated coffee. I was dumbfounded. How do you work in a place that sells coffee and not realize that half and half is a type of milk/cream. It get’s better though, one day when going to work I did the drive through thing. I ordered a bagel with cream cheese, and a coffee. They gave me the bagel with a small container of cream cheese and a knife. This is like going to McDonald’s and having them give you all the ingredients separate to make a Big Mac.
Needless to say I am done with Dunkin Donuts.
This week the gang went to Tampa to take part in the Diamond Crown Experience where the show was broadcast live. The week also saw the release of the Tatuaje Monster Series which 2 Guys Cigars (where I work) has officially sold out. We also saw the Zino Make of Texas arrive as well as the new LE 2014 from Hammer + Sickle.
Best Cigar Smoked This Week: Hammer + Sickle LE 2014
Movie Watched: Dallas Buyers Club
Book: Private: Suspect #1 by James Patterson