Cheap Date – 26 August 2006 – You Can’t Argue With Math
What lurks in your genetic code? Joe thinks he’s got yellow moons, pink hearts, orange stars, and green clovers. And Lisa laments the fact that one of her grade school projects has been rendered obsolete.
We talk about the National Geographic Society’s Genographic Project, in which Joe and his sister are participating. In a few weeks, we’ll see what Joe’s DNA sample tells us. If you’re interested in finding out about your ancient ancestors, join up!
A lunchtime Cheap Date takes us to Sopraffina in Chicago, where we enjoyed some delicious Italian market-style dining.
We followed that up (okay, a couple hours later) with a visit to Cereality, a cereal bar right next to the Monroe Street Bridge in downtown Chicago. Sugarbuzzsugarbuzzsugarbuzz.
Thanks to the lovely Karen for calling us to the table tonight!
Tonight’s episode is fueled by a Fusee Merlot 2003. (Sorry, we can’t put an accent egout in the name because the blogging software can’t handle it.)
This episode’s running time: 29:40.
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