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Entries Tagged as 'Restaurant'

Wi-Fi On The Halfshell At Houston’s Captain Tom’s?

October 3rd, 2017 · Tags: Cities · Restaurant · Wi-Fi

  One of the pitfalls of no longer drinking alcohol is knowing that raw oysters on the halfshell is a dish best served with cold beer. Regardless, give me some crackers, horse radish and red sauce, and I will make it work.  I’ve had oysters on my mind since I hit Houston last month. For […]

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PingWi-Fi Visits ‘Our Lady’ … Ain’t She A Butte?

August 18th, 2013 · Tags: Cities · Restaurant · Wi-Fi

      After a brief return to Fort Worth and Amarillo, fate finds me back in The Big Sky Country of Montana. Ha … after one day back on the job at The Dirty Gig, I had a day off. So, yes I hit the road. Today i drove to Missoula, but passed Butte […]

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Wi-Fi Guy Pings Schlotzsky’s Repeatedly … He Even Pays

March 28th, 2013 · Tags: Restaurant · Satire · Wi-Fi

    I love me some Schlotzsky’s. They were one of the pioneering eateries to offer free Wi-Fi, and at least in Texas, they are pretty much everywhere. (Darn it. I saw something about a Schlotzsky’s opening in New York or maybe New Jersey after I just left there recently.) Anywho … great sandwiches and […]

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Jake’s Monday Night Wi-Fi Fumble

November 5th, 2012 · Tags: Restaurant · Wi-Fi

    Monday Night Football!  What a perfect time to check out a new place for Wi-Fi.  Well Jake’s isn’t new to the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, but this location on Camp Bowie in Fort Worth is a fairly recent addition to Westside.

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Wi-Fi, Retro Games, Ancient Volcano: A+ Roadtrip

October 20th, 2012 · Tags: Cities · Restaurant · Uncategorized

  BTW, This blog was written inside a volcano … most of it anyway. On the way to Colorado Springs, I sped on by the Capulin cone because the weather was a little sketchy. On the trip back to Texas, I could not resist. Hmmm … I have visited the dormant landmark before and “scaled” […]

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Wi-Fi Soul Searchin – Religiously Mon, In Colorado Springs

October 17th, 2012 · Tags: Cities · Coffee Shops · Restaurant · Wi-Fi

  I was lamenting the fact that my motorcycle does not have a GPS unit as I did the traffic circle in Manitou Springs, Colo., not because I was lost, it is fairly straight forward … I mean as straight forward as a circle can be. It was just that I was missing the sound […]

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French Fried Wi-Fi: Dupont Circle To National Harbor

September 22nd, 2012 · Tags: Cities · Hotels · Restaurant · Wi-Fi

It’s been a weird week for PingWi-Fi on social media, but we keep on keeping on. On Twitter, I received a vague message from a college professor buddy of mine. Seemed legit. I clicked on the link and it requested that I log in on Twitter. It should have said “sucker.” After all these years […]

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Wi-Fi Feels Right … Scientology and Tunnel Vision In DC, Baltimore

September 3rd, 2012 · Tags: Cities · Restaurant · Wi-Fi

  They say that to be a successful blogger you should continue to write and post even if you have nothing to say. Sorry, I have not even had nothing to say. … Been pretty busy at the Dirty Gig, seven days a week, long hours … blah, blah, blah … and I have added […]

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Fallen Women, Wi-Fi, No Smokes, Opera & One Wet Motorbike

May 12th, 2012 · Tags: Arts · Cities · Hotels · Restaurant · Wi-Fi

Do you remember that software app. a few years ago that would allow the user to “deface” the homepage of Websites?  What was it called? … can’t find it on Google … The only people who could see the damage were the ones who had the software app.  So, I don’t think it actually damaged […]

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Wi-Fi & Wieners: Winning Combo For PingWi-Fi ‘Phase 2’

May 2nd, 2012 · Tags: Cities · Coffee Shops · Restaurant · Sports · Wi-Fi

Before this blog, we compiled another road trip site called The Wi-Fi Guy, and as with any successful endeavor, there were discussions on how to keep the momentum … how to keep the content fresh … how to remain relevant and so on. Among the more interesting was an idea proposed by a woman who […]

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