Julie found this photo of a commercial property. Yes, it is. It is! That's what commercial properties look like! Otherwise it would make no sense to have this photo be the only one on the listing.
Yeah... that's Albany. Fairly common price for a hamburger.Also: Why is it confidential?
Wow. That is one spendy sandwich. I wonder if, in addition to "REQUESTING A PERSONAL SHOWING" one could also "REQUEST A PERSONAL TASTING?"
I keep thinking that I want to go visit my sis in NY... but I'll have to save up for a little while so that I can afford to eat while there.
On the plus side, the sandwich is handicapped friendly, as long as they don't have to use the non-existent bathroom.
Not just a sandwich...there are fries! Yay!
Firstly. if I'm going to pay more than £5 for a sandwich it'd better damn well have chargrilled artichokes in it.Secondly, and this is the fault of the website itself, 'Handicap features?' 'Yes' ?I know that in the US, people have stuck with terms like retard and handicap, but wouldn't 'Disability Access' or something similar be a better way of getting across the idea of the building/sandwich having accessible areas? Otherwise I'm left wondering which features of the building/sandwich are handicapped, or whether there are features of the building/sandwich which might handicap me...
It was "built" in 2008, by a sandwich architect, no doubt. At least it's fresh.
I checked the map where the sandwich is. Looks like it's outside the Albany beltway, hopefully it is a quiet suburb to enjoy this delicious meal.
Maybe this is the price of the sandwich in the year 3088 dollars.
@ Meg : well depends when in 2008...I won't pay more than 600 000 $ for a 6 months old and + sandwich.
Heating...gas. Is that before or after you eat the sandwich?*I think this is the best listing ever!*
i will eat at every restaurant in albany and let you all know which one it is in this "confidential listing" you know, just in case you're interested.
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