So, I had lunch recently at Panda Express. PE is a Chinese restaurant specializing in sesame chicken and noodley dishes:
The Panda Restaurant story began when Andrew Cherng, a young man from the picturesque Yangzhou region of China, came to the United States to pursue his American dream. With little money but a lot of heart, Andrew and his father Master Chef Ming-Tsai Cherng started the first Panda Inn restaurant in Pasadena, Calif.
I ordered the Panda Express special. And I really hate to break this to you, but panda meat is kinda tough and vaguely chickenish.
Pax, a Down-Underoo who blogs at Marion’s Meepings, sent me this next link. On Aussie bamboo socks:
“You asked me to comment on the bamboo socks… The socks were fantastic! I had not one blister from marching, the socks were comfortable and definitely miles better than the issued gear. They didn’t go hard and dig into our feet inside the boots after wearing them for 24 hours and did a good job of drawing the sweat off my feet to stop rubbing and heat spots. They were also a lot warmer than the standard stuff which really helped with the sunny Canberra weather out at Majura at 3am. Definitely worth every cent. ”
2 Division, Alpha Squadron
Australian Defence Force Academy
When I hunt for product reviews, the very first ones I seek out are the Officer Cadets. My major problem with bamboo socks is that I don’t think I can outrun all the pandas looking to nibble on my sweet feet. And while it might be good pt and fun for the first coupla miles, I don’t like wrestling bears. Even if they are named Ling-Ling.