I want to go to Snow but as my friend put it, "I'm terrified of driving an hour there and finding out that they've run out of brisket, but at the same time, the idea of eating brisket right after I've woken up is unappealing."
Personally, the idea of eating brisket right when I wake up or even being roused from sleep by brisket is highly appealing. Eating it at midnight before bed is appealing. Learning to sleepwalk, just so that I can enjoy it in the middle of the night also sounds pretty awesome.
However, can any Snow eaters (or people who made the drive too late) let me know *just* how quickly they sell out of BBQ?
I'm going to get the responses, average them, and disaggregate the data based on driving conditions, season, age, gender, race and political orientation, then share the results of my quantitative study with everyone.
Thanks in advance,
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