Saturday, January 23, 2010

z-teca Gourmet Burritos

I have decided that I want to write a review of this place.

Cleanliness - 8/10
Quality - 9/10
Customer Service - 9/10
Price - 6/10
Outlets - I have only found 1 - and I am using it! mwhahahhaha
Comments: Overall it is a good place to eat. I love that they have seating for when they are not open to increase the study areas on campus, however I am also worried that they may become vandalized pretty quickly. The food quality is very good, I love the burrito. My one worry is that it is very similar to Taco Villa, which is in the same mall.

They are open on Saturdays, which is a BIG plus for anyone who lives in residence. They will soon have catering abilities, or so I am told. Overall I would give this place an 8/10. I highly suggest it for anyone who wants something different on campus. It is more expensive than Taco Villa, but it has many more options (some of which may be cheaper). I would personally suggest more plug outlets, but at least they have the one. My battery life is pretty good anyways. In my opinion it is a little noisy for studying, but a good place to sit and eat.

Saturday, January 9, 2010

What would Iggy do?

I recently read an article by Tim Powers a conservative strategist titled "Answer me, Iggy, or I'll start a Facebook fight".

In this article he asked the question:
If Canadians are not happy with how the Harper government has used prorogation, shouldn't they expect to get some answers from Mr. Ignatieff on what he might do?
Well Mr. Powers, I thought it was obvious, but I am here to clear something up for you. He would not prorogue parliament when there are still very important issues to discuss.

Harper said:
The government is going to take advantage of this time. We need this time to look carefully at our agenda, to continue to deliver the economic measures that are being delivered here and elsewhere across the country as part of the economic action plan.
So you can probably be expecting more conservatives coming to your door with over-sized conservative cheques from the Canadian Tax dollars. Apparently the stimulus packages cannot be delivered without the direct supervision of our Conservative MPs. I have heard of micro-management before, but Mr Harper, you are taking this a step further.

The Conservatives need to start focusing on more pressing issues like, making a public inquiry into the Afghan Detainee issue. Apparently the Geneva convention matters not to Mr Harper and the Conservatives, but it matters greatly to Canadians.