After a summer of mistakes Netflix is finding itself short on customers and cash. They are trying to raise $200 million through the sales of bonds. I think that should cover the lost revenue from losing 1-million customers in a quarter.
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I used to LOVE Netflix but a 60% membership hike and a dismal choice of streaming content made canceling my subscription very easy.
My son & I ventured downtown last Saturday to check out the Indy Winter Farmers Market that’s now in the historic Indianapolis City Market. The plan was to do a little scouting around and then head to the Torta shop I reviewed the other day. The Torta shop ended up being closed because they are expanding (good news!). We both immediately decided to go back to the City Market and check out 3 Days in Paris.
We had a great experience at Findlay Market’s Crêpe Shop in Cincinnati so we were hoping for something similar. Like the other shop the food is made in front of you and it takes about 5 minutes to make it. Like Cincinnati there was a gathering of people waiting on their food and watching the crêpe makers in action.
We ordered one sweet and one savory crêpe. The sweet being one of the day’s specials ($5.00). It consisted of chocolate, bananas, marshmallows and crushed graham crackers. The savory called “Red Eggs & Bacon” ($6.50) was filled with Egg, Bacon, Havarti, Spinach and Roasted Red Pepper Sauce. I put a little squirt of Siracha sauce on the savory plate just in case it needed a little flavor boost.
One of the things I like about the City Market is the ring of balcony seating on the second floor. It gives a great view of the facility and it’s out of the way of the crowds. We headed upstairs and grabbed a table with a great view.
Savory Crêpe (almost gone!)
We were both very happy with our decision to return to the market for lunch. I liked the Indianapolis version of my crêpe better than the one in Cincinnati, mainly because it had more flavor. I did end up using a little Siracha towards the end though. The sweet crêpe was very good and the dark chocolate kept it from being overly sweet.
The Indianapolis City Market is located at 222 E Market St. and if you’re looking for something to do on a Saturday morning check out the Indy Winter Farmers Market. I will warn you that a lot of the shops at the City Market are closed on the weekends but parking is free in the lot to the east and the Farmers Market has a lot to offer.
Note to self: make sure to wipe off the fingerprint smudges on your camera phone before shooting pictures for a review! One of the very few design flaws on the Blackberry 9930.
I’ve been using WordPress (WP) for a while now & thought I knew all of the ins and outs. After playing this game I’ve discovered I still have a lot to learn.
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I’m thinking about changing the look and feel of the Blog again. Unfortunately I can’t seem to find a theme that I completely like. That’s where the flexibility of WordPress comes in; I can design my own! Now I just need to set aside the time needed to research, develop, test and implement.
I’ve lived in Indy for about 30 years & have never been to the Fountain Square area of the city. I had the opportunity to check out “Tortas Guicho Dominguez y el Cubanito” for lunch last week & I’m already planning to return this weekend. The name is a mouthful so I’m just going to refer to it as the “Torta Place”.
The place is small but bright and clean. The food is all made to order so it might take a mew minutes longer than you would expect (it’s totally worth it!). All of the sandwiches are named after celebrates (or you can order by number). I had the #12 named after the Mexican Footballer Rafa Marquez.
The #12 has Breaded Steak, Mexican Sausage, Ham & Mozzarella. Unless requested differently All Tortas comes with mayonnaise, tomato, avocado, homemade jalapenos or chipotle.
Two sauces and a small bowl of pickled vegetables come with the order and you can order a Mexican Coke (with cane sugar) or a Jarritos (carbonated, flavored soda). I opted for a Diet Coke but I’m thinking about getting a Mexican Coke next time.
The Chorizo on the sandwich was really good with a nice spice and very tender texture. I was not sure what to expect with the “breaded Steak” but it far surpassed my expectations. The sandwich alone was enough for lunch but I also want to try their tacos at some point as well.
If you’re already in the area, this place is a must visit. I drove from the North-East side and I’m willing to do it again.