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Re: “The most important meal of the day

This is disappointing on many levels. I thought it was an article about breakfastallthetime.blogspot.com
It is not.
breakfastallthetime.blogspot.com is original.
This article is not.

Posted by Colin Lawton on 08/01/2014 at 7:28 PM

Re: “The most important meal of the day

HeyBuddy, great blog! And great article, CITY!

HOWEVER, I am a devotee to the Union St Bakery at the Public Market. Best breakfast sandwich. Best no-frills Rochester atmosphere. Best coffee -- dark roast, $1, free refills!

Open every day!

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Posted by Kate on 08/01/2014 at 2:23 PM

Re: “The most important meal of the day

Did someone say breakfast sandwich?! A couple more to try: breakfastallthetime.blogspot.com

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Posted by HeyBuddy on 08/01/2014 at 1:35 PM

Re: “The most important meal of the day

Flour City Bread - don't ask for your egg on bread - you'll have to buy a loaf - and put up with major attitude.

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Posted by nolactose on 08/01/2014 at 1:32 PM

Re: “RIT student takes on climate advocate role

Al Gore is a non-scientist multimillionaire who has made tens of millions of dollars investing in green technology. Most of us are just getting by because people like Al Gore have all the money. I want to protect the environment, but buying solar cells and other things with money I don't have doesn't seem like the answer.

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Posted by Mike Bruton on 08/01/2014 at 11:55 AM

Re: “The most important meal of the day

Zimmerman's Bologna Supreme is a top breakfast sammich. Also, South Wedge Diner's breakfast sandwich with the sausage patty is great as it's seasoned with rosemary.

Posted by RF on 08/01/2014 at 9:49 AM

Re: “Germany gains in renewables

The results of Germany's move to renewable sourcing of electricity is much more complex than the author would have one think. Similar for Japan's efforts to shut down nuclear power plants. The cost of generating electricity from renewable sources is considerably higher, and in an effort not to lose jobs due to the move, companies are being exempted from the surcharges, so even more is paid by consumers. Somehow, one does not hear about that. Attached is a link to a NYt article that does a fair job of explaining what is going on.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/19/world/europe/germanys-effort-at-clean-energy-proves-complex.html?pagewanted=all&module=Search&mabReward=relbias%3Ar%2C%7B%222%22%3A%22RI%3A16%22%2C%221%22%3A%22RI%3A7%22%7D

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Posted by Mike on 07/31/2014 at 6:14 PM

Re: “Germany gains in renewables

Our inaction and political paralysis has brought us to the brink of catastrophic climate change. Instead of rebuilding our transit and energy infrastructures we now have a outdated railroad system used increasingly for Bakken oil 'bomb' trains transporting volatile fossil deluent destined for export abroad. Meanwhile Asian and European economies outperform and out-compete us economically and continue to build their new high-speed rail and renewable energy infrastructures. The US has become 'exceptional' only in its spectacular failures.

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Posted by John Jongen on 07/31/2014 at 2:20 PM

Re: “Week Ahead: Dems want parking study for DHS building

House calls? Why should social workers be entitled to cars?

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Posted by Murray Rothbard on 07/31/2014 at 12:43 PM

Re: “Lessons for Rochester from Raleigh

I'd be interested to see a comparison of our school tax rates with those of Raleigh... Surely taxes would be significantly reduced if a plan such as this were put in place here, right?

Posted by J on 07/31/2014 at 11:42 AM

Re: “Get used to the downpours

Excellent article on Climate Change and recent local downpours. What is extraordinary about this article is that there isn’t anything remotely like it on any other local Rochester media. And that is even more extraordinary because frequent downpours and other public health issues have all been studied in New York Climate Studies—like this Climate Change factsheet from Cornell http://climatechange.cornell.edu/wp-conten… Or the very comprehensive ‘ClimateAid’ report funded by NYSERDA http://www.nyserda.ny.gov/climaid

We don’t just have to get used to more frequent heavy downpours in our regions, we have to adapt to that, and we have to mitigate (stop) an increase in greenhouse gases, so this doesn’t get even worse.

Sure California would love to have some of our rain right now, but it doesn’t work that way and besides, we cannot handle frequent massive flooding without combine sewer overflows (raw sewage in our drinking water) and road washouts. Climate Change isn’t about fearmogerning; it’s about planning for so folks can be protected and we can build up the funds to handle extreme weather.

That is all going to take serious involvement by our media.

More on Climate Change in our area: http://rochesterenvironment.com/weather&cl…

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Posted by Frank J. Regan on 07/31/2014 at 10:42 AM

Re: “The most important meal of the day

Zimmerman's at the Public Market has a sandwich called the "Bologna Supreme", which includes a fried slice of baloney and some meatsauce along with the egg/cheese/bacon. It's very good.

Balsam Bagels also does bagels as breakfast sandwiches, including an option with vegetarian sausage.

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Posted by Justin on 07/31/2014 at 9:47 AM

Re: “Lessons for Rochester from Raleigh

"Urban Presbyterians Together (which advocates regional communitywide solutions to urban problems"

Oh, I recognize this statement. What it means is that they want the people in the suburbs who are mostly conservative, and didn't create these problems to pay for it all. Additionally they don't want conservative ideas to solve their problems. When the left finally decides that they want to solve the region's problems, let us know.

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Posted by johnny on 07/30/2014 at 5:11 PM

Re: “The most important meal of the day

I grew up in Brooklyn with bagel places on several corners. Bagel land's bagels are one of the few bagel that meet the standards of Brooklyn bagels and that says a lot.

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Posted by Mitchell Lurye on 07/30/2014 at 1:19 PM

Re: “The most important meal of the day

There are a slew of breakfast sandwiches to be had in the area, but I think your discussion of the Public Market offerings should include VM Giordano Imports European Cheese Shop, located a few doors down from Flour City Bread.
They have a few varieties of breakfast sandwiches, and are absolutely delicious.

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Posted by Tom on 07/30/2014 at 12:50 PM

Re: “The most important meal of the day

YES! You got the best on there. Village Bakery is undoubtedly my favorite breakfast sandwich in Rochester.

Posted by PixelHustler on 07/30/2014 at 12:47 PM

Re: “RPO announces new music director

__"new music director" "new position" "new and vibrant" "new and exciting ways"__
"New" yes but lest not forget that a world class orchestra to be successful blends the new with the old. Too much new too quickly can lead to turmoil and trouble for director and orchestra. I think a case in point can be made for the recent RPO season of troubles.

Anyway here's to successful for Stare and the RPO!

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Posted by George of the City on 07/30/2014 at 11:25 AM

Re: “The Great War

Great article. World's oldest profession is really intertribal warfare and looks like we are all heading for another "Great War" . . . for every Gandhi there are 10 Stalins and Hitlers.

Radical Islamic Jihadis are certainly helping us along this horrible path . . . may the peacemakers unite and eradicate them one glorious day and save the rest of us from Islamist tyranny - the worst tyranny imaginable.

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Posted by Porter Pudintain on 07/30/2014 at 10:31 AM

Re: “This Christian nation: the immigrant children

Tom: FYI I was born here and that makes me an American citizen. I did have relatives who came here LEGALLY from other countries (and still have the documents to prove it). I agree we should learn from history. The Native Americans could not turn back the 'immigrants' who eventually colonized and claimed North America. If the US can't or won't defend her borders and sovereignty the same thing could happen again. The US has fought wars to prevent the conquest of other countries but we're not doing anything to protect our own borders. We are a nation of laws and LEGAL immigrants.

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Posted by Bart on 07/30/2014 at 10:22 AM

Re: “Brooks say no to casino in Monroe County

I want to be charitable and say thank you to Maggie Brooks. It is one of those "hell freezes over" moments that Brooks and I agree--at least on the surface--on an issue.

Then I think more about motivations or, in this case, lack of motivation. Does the lack of motivation to support casinos have anything to do with the fact that Brooks would not be able to hand out favors/contracts/jobs in a casino project because it would be controlled by the Seneca Nation?

Posted by Tom Janowski on 07/30/2014 at 9:57 AM

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