Date: Wed, 27 Sep 1995 17:02:39 -0500
From: "Dennis R. Preston" preston[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]PILOT.MSU.EDU
Subject: Re: candy bars and measurements
Thanks Kate. PayDay is the abomination I remember, but, as you note, we
called it a candy bar (in spite of its lack of chocolate), and that was my
I continue (obviously) to have my own opinion about whether any of them
were 'fabulously delicious.
preston[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]pilot.msu.edu
At 8:10 AM 9/27/95 -0500, Dennis R. Preston wrote:
In the dim past, before I discovered Cabernet Savignon, I ate candy bars. I
remember eating one horror called a 'Baby Ruth.' It had an (UGH!) peanut
covering and, as I recall, no chocolate at all.
I beg to differ. Baby Ruths are covered in chocolate, and, as I recall, are
fabulously delicious. The one covered in peanuts is a Pay Day, and when you
have it for breakfast along with a Diet Dr. Depper in graduate school it
allows you the illusion that you're getting a little protein.
I would describe a Pay Day as a candy bar, despite its chococatelessness.
Kate Catmull kate[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]bga.com