A small Alaskan town is devastated after learning that Taco Bell will not be opening a restaurant there.
Bethel may be the largest town in bush Alaska, but it still barely tops 6,000 people; it’s reachable only by boat or plane; and Subway is as close as it’s ever managed to come to fast food.
Are they really upset that they’re not getting a Taco Bell? Clearly they’ve never eaten at one before. Besides, if they get a Taco Bell, that means that mastering the three shells is not far behind.
It seems that a “universal socket” is in use in China that allows plugs from many countries to fit without using adapters.
It is wonderful not to have to struggle any longer with those converters that never exactly fit, or fail to have a vital hole or pin. It is normally discovered only when a shave is vital or a flat battery urgently needs a recharge to enable recordings to continue.
This needs to be installed in every hotel, conference center, airport, cafe, gas station, residence, warehouse, farmhouse, henhouse, outhouse and doghouse as soon as possible.