Locals -- many with townie and patriotic tendencies -- interacted through hallowed face-to-face spoken words instead of through hollowed technological devices.Truck drivers laid their weary bodies down at the counter -- like another old school country song in the making -- after, presumably, punishing long days and nights of life on the road.Introduction The neon moon eventually gave way to a muted stainless steel sky color and then bright sunshine where America the Beautiful woke up in all its spirited glory to start another day at a local diner that, given its 24/7 business hours, never stopped working.
” is often associated with diners, the welcoming nature takes on, obviously, many other forms of sincere words beyond that famous phrase.
Diners, as local landmarks and unofficial community meeting places, proudly stand as the ultimate unpretentious places to have the next best thing to a homemade meal -- often better, if a talented chef works on the premises.
Not all foreigners necessarily speak with a heavy accent, as many films and TV series seem to indicate.
, everyone knows about the Chocoano’s poverty and isolation and just choose to ignore them.
Stereotypes having to do with people of specific nationalities.