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Four stars in the sky at Cosmos.
I miss Jeremy Iggers everytime I read this loser's column. What happened to this newspaper? A high school sophmore could write a better article.
Ruby Tuesday has better crab cake than Cosmos.
Trojahn's genius is not reflected in room service at Graves 601. I've had 2 room service dinners (so I passed on breakfast) and have been disappointed both times.
Presuming the poster horbath completed the sophomore year in high school (and since he or she can't spell "sophomore" correctly, who knows?), I'd like to see him or her write a restaurant review. Not as easy as it seems. Take it from a journalist of 35 years who still finds writing about food and restaurants a challenging proposition. You don't need to diss Rick Nelson to praise Mr. Iggers.
If there are only insults and no substance they are just trying to get the attention they are not getting at home. Ignore them and they will go away.
Mr. Nelson replies? I wasn't aware one had to be a journalist to comment on one. Calling Rick Nelson a "journalist" is generous. He has a writing style which I find tedious at best, and he's only on the payroll because the paper couldn't afford Jeremy Iggers anymore. His column needs improvement, and is rarely worth reading.
Mr. Iggers took the buyout and was ready to exit and with a bit of brief research you would find that Mr. Nelson is an award winning writer and a member of the James Beard Foundation. If you can read him becasue it is so repugnant than leave the rest of us to muse on his prediliction towards food. By the he reported that there is a place with really good food. Huh?
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