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    A Tip From a Fellow Take-Outer

    INFO ACCESS: When did Amazon start providing restaurant menus on their website? I don't know, but I like it. And it's not just Applebee's either, I've found all my local mom-and-pop restaurants too, such as tonight's dinner provided by the Noodle Studio.

    Currently available for these cities:

    * Boston

    * Chicago

    * New York

    * San Francisco

    * Seattle

    * Washington, D.C.

    If you're wondering how this fits into Amazon's portfolio, then you're in for a real suprise when you see their Presidential Candidates page.

    No, you can't buy a president. (Well, one can buy a president of course, but you can't. Not at Amazon's discount prices anyway.) You can however donate to a political campaign. Nice to see Kerry/Edwards has raised about five times as much as Cheeny/Bush. Is Amazon more popular among lefties?

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