Stu Helm’s #PositiveLists: Top 6 Most Awesome Ideas I’ve Had Recently While Walking…


Let’s do another one of those #PositiveLists!

Ever since a friend told me that making positive lists is good for one’s general well-being, I’ve been writing and posting them to Facebook.

Everything between the hashmarks has been cut ‘n’ pasted from my personal Facebook page.


Top 6 Most Awesome Ideas I’ve Had Recently While Walking…

1)The City of Asheville really should purchase teeny-tiny Santa hats for all these cute squirrels.”

2) “One day I’m gonna dig my own dang tunnel under these fucking train tracks, so I can walk from PennyCup to 12 Bones without having to go a 1/2 mile out of my fucking way, just to risk my fucking life walking on gottdang Lyman Street.”

3) “Huh… I could just buy one perfect black outfit on Amazon, and then hit ‘Buy It Again’ every six months to a year.”

4) “Why doesn’t somebody open a hot dog stand right here?”

5)Turtle pond.

6) “I think I’ll get super-into local elections, so that, maybe, like, ten years from now, the state and federal government will be full of cool people that I actually elected and stand behind, rather than the cadre of aloof, greedy, selfish and self-righteous, criminals and traitors that seem to have infested our government on every level in a blatant and disturbing attempt to end American Democracy.”



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From left: Chef Jacob Sessoms of Table; Chef William Dissen, The Market Place; Chef Steven Goff, Standard Foods; Chef Katie Button, Curate; Chef Joe Scully, Chestnut and Corner Kitchen; Stu Helm; Chef John Fleer, Rhubarb; Chef Karen Donatelli, Donatelli Bakery; Chef Peter Pollay, Posana Cafe; and Chef Matt Dawes, Bull & Beggar./ Photo by STEWART O’SHIELDS for ASHVEGAS.COM

Stu Helm is an artist, writer, and podcaster living in Asheville, NC, and a frequent diner at local restaurants, cafes, food trucks, and the like. His tastes run from hot dogs and mac ‘n’ cheese, to haute cuisine, and his opinions are based on a lifetime of eating out. He began writing about food strictly to amuse his friends on Facebook.


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Jason November 16, 2017 - 10:55 am

Please elaborate further on the Turtle Pond.

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