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The Great Wall of…


What does a great wall divide you from?  I bet you thought that this was going to be a post about the Great Wall of China, didn’t you?  Sorry to disappoint you. But, I assure you that your disappointment will only be short lived. Is is that wall that separates what’s within and without you?  You know what’s in you.  But, do you know what’s without you.  Pity the person who feels that they know everything that there’s is to know.  The wise person know that there are things that they don’t know.  Let us help you break down that barrier. Or, is it the wall in your mind that prevents some people from thinking outside the box.  It severely limits their ability to explore and try new things.  That’s why we’re here.  We answer to a high authority.  Not the constraining thoughts in our brain, but the quest to search for the best… the Holy Grail.  The BEST Chinese restaurant on all of Long Island! Some think that it’s the wall that separates the counties.  Nassau to the west, and Suffolk to the East.  While we haven’t traveled to the Far East yet, we have ventured across, and through the 110 corridor that separates Nassau from Suffolk, when we went to Yao’s Diner.  And we have at least half a dozen more restaurants already in our plans. Some also think that there’s a mystical wall that separates the North Shore from the South Shore of Long Island… and never shall the twain meet.  But, we’re finding that good Chinese Food isn’t just indigenous to one shore.  But sometime this week were going to explore the mystical wall that does divide the North, and the South shores of Long Island.  The Mason-Dixon line of Long Island.  Also known as Hempstead Turnpike. So, the hint for the day as to what our destination is this week lies on the line.  Can you guess?  Feel free to post a comment with your guess, or suggestions.  Please also follow our blog (click on the “Follow” button on the lower right hand corner of your browser window, or click on “Subscribe” on the Menu Bar at the top of the screen, or hover your mouse on the “Menu” box on the upper right hand corner and the menu will fly open for you to click on “Subscribe”.  Also, may we suggest your follower our Twitter feed, @TheChineseQuest. — Mee Magnum (“Chop!  Chop!”)

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