Time to get all Peter King on you here. I went to the worst Subway ever in Baltimore for lunch. Ever.
Walk in the door and there are 15 people in line. So I wait and when I get up to the counter, I place my order.
“Six-inch turkey on wheat with swiss.”
“No wheat,” the guy tells me.
“OK, how about Italian?”
“OK. No turkey.”
“What do you have?”
Turns out they had meatball, chicken breast, tuna salad, salami, American cheese and some sort of weird other cheese. That was it. This was at 12:45 p.m.
So chicken breast on Italian it was. They had Diet Coke at least. Looks like I’ll have to find somewhere else tomorrow.
Steve Lombardi of Was Watching.com did an interview with me and asked some good questions.
This final bit of shameless self-promotion: I’ll be doing an interview with SNY’s The Wheelhouse this afternoon.
This from YES:
The YES Network, the most-watched regional sports network in the country for the past six years, and Verizon, the only major provider that delivers all-digital TV service over an advanced all-fiber network straight to customers’ homes, have reached a multiyear video-on-demand agreement.
The agreement will provide Verizon’s FiOS TV digital subscribers throughout New York state and in north and central New Jersey access for the first time to telecasts of New York Yankees games and other YES programming on demand.
The YES on-demand programming will be available beginning Wednesday (April 8). This makes Verizon the first distributor to offer Yankees games on demand.