DatTF2 t1_jedrutg wrote

Yes, certainly.

If you are inherently kind hearted there will come a point when someone will abuse it. Or if you are like me you essentially just feel like a door mat because people just walk right over you, or at the very least try to.


DatTF2 t1_iwgos0d wrote

Part of that reason why Intel had so much more market share, at least in the late 90s and early 00s is that Intel was bribing companies like DELL to only use Intel processors. Most computers you went to buy in a store only had Intel processors and it's why they dominated the home computing space. While I try Not to fanboy and have used both Intel and AMD systems I am really glad for AMD.


DatTF2 t1_iuck34w wrote

Depends on the variety. Not all cherry tomatoes are super sweet but a couple I have grown have had a really high sugar content, really sweet and tangy.

I would agree that most tomatoes don't belong in a fruit salad, however there are a couple that could.


DatTF2 t1_iubn4fo wrote

>"Intelligence is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is knowing it doesn't go in fruit salad."

Whenever I hear this quote I have mixed feelings. For most people the tomatoes they know definitely don't belong in a fruit salad. Tomatoes bought in stores are awful, varieties bred to look good instead of taste good, picked green and ripened with gas.

Now I have grown some cherry tomato varieties that were incredibly sweet, tangy and they would have a place in a fruit salad. It's a shame that you have to grow your own because the ones in stores are fucking awful.

So yeah, while rare there are some varieties of tomato I do feel have a place in a fruit salad.