Does anyone really like black olives from a can?

<p>I am in Seattle. Things are great. The food is good, the coffee is amazing (more on that in a different post) and the weather is not nearly as bad as people say.</p>
<p>After yesterday's state of the union there is so much I could be writing about right now. But what moved me to post? Canned black olives.</p>
<p>I got out of [l:|yoga] (more on that later too), decided I would get a burrito from [l:,-122.297635&sspn=0.181273,0.457993&q=burrito&near=325+Summit+Ave+E,+Seattle,+WA+98102&latlng=47621162,-122325283,3422914798725955331|Bimbo's Bitchin Burritos] about a block or so from yoga and a few blocks from home. I had the Nomeato Burrito. It was pretty good, on par with say….[l:|Burritoville] but it had canned black olives in it. To me, canned black olives are like… I was going to say pencile erasers soaked in salt water, but that's not really it. I just don't understand those [l:,_Black_Sliced__Ripe.htm|slice black olives] when there are [l:|such wonderful olives] out there.</p>
<p>Next time, no black olives for me.</p>

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