McDonald’s, home of the golden arches, gives customers food items which are loaded with junk which is so bad for you but tastes so good people have made it their number one place to dine.
Now, anyone wearing the plastic orange, blue, or green wristlets McDonald is packing in the world renown Happy Meals, have caused rashes and blisters from wearing these wristbands.
So Big Brother McDonald has recalled 27 million of these wristbands which were made in good old ~ CHINA!
The people of our area have always bragged about how good our tap water has tasted. The EPA tested the water last year and said our drinking water is safe. They only tested houses of prominent citizens like our Mayor, Crystal Peoples and other well-off people connected to the local government and people who got jobs from the political leaders in our area.
They didn’t test water in the poorer neighborhoods of Buffalo and the surrounding areas.
There is a correct procedure to test water and they didn’t follow it. They did it their way.
Most likely the lead content in many of our homes overall is above the amount which is safe for people.
Just like the drug industry, the top boys make the big money while you and I are slowly being poisoned to death by the lead pipes which carry our drinking water.
The houses which were tested were people elected to office and people who were given jobs by public officials – like Poloncarz’s little brother. He was given a job and his water was tested and he’s safe.
Byron Brown’s house was tested. His water is safe. It’s amazing how he shows time after time how the public can be lied to, until people start getting sick or die. Then he blames everyone but himself because he is a lying, weak man with no courage or integrity.
You just cannot make this stuff up.As soon as you think the Trump campaign cannot get lower and display mismanage they find a few more lower rungs to drop further.
Dale Eckl Jr. will be carving beef once again as Eckl’s Restaurant reopens under new ownership.
Eckl’s will live again!
The landmark Orchard Park purveyor of roast beef and other old-school comforts will reopen Nov. 1, according to James Cornell, a real estate developer closing a deal to buy it.
Nothing should change, he said, or as little as humanly possible.
When customers return, they will find Dale Eckl Jr. at the carving station, filling plates with roast beef cut to order. His sister Denise will be greeting customers behind the bar.
Elizabeth Allen, Desiree Barnes and Greg Degen are three of the five Buffalo-area natives with prominent jobs in the Obama White House.
If anybody ever yelled “Let’s Go, Buffalo!” in the West Wing of the Obama White House, five people would stand at attention.
That’s how many Buffalo-area natives work within steps of the Oval Office under President Barack Obama.
Three of them help hone the president’s message. Another helps prepare his daily briefing book. And another works with federal agencies to try to keep the government’s technology as modern as it can be.
It’s an unusual situation, to say the least, given that other recent presidents never had more than one or two Buffalo-area natives working in the West Wing at any one time – if that.
Chicken Wing Festival, returning Sept. 3 and 4 to Coca-Cola Field, will include two physical activities to help burn off those extra wing-related calories.
How about a little exercise with your chicken wings
The National Buffalo Wing Festival, returning Sept. 3 and 4 at Coca-Cola Field, will include two physical activities to help burn off those extra wing-related calories.
The general public will be able to try out obstacles like the ones on TV’s “American Ninja Warrior” as part of the Buffalo Ninja Warrior Challenge, one of the new elements of the wing festival. Participants who have appeared on the NBC show will be on hand competing, and the public can sign up to test their inner ninja, too. Also, children and adults who don’t want to compete can try out the obstacles themselves, said festival founder Drew Cerza.
Also new this year is the Chicken Wing 5k Run, which will be held downtown at 11 a.m. Sept. 4.
The Pierre de Coubertin medal has only been awarded 17 times in Olympic history. On Saturday, New Zealand runner Nikki Hamblin and American Abbey D’Agostino became the 18th and 19th recipients of the unusual award — but not because of their athletic prowess. Instead, they received the rare prize because they displayed an extraordinary act of sportsmanship,
How Medal of Honor and Navy Cross recipient Gregory “Pappy” Boyington led the Marine Corps’ storied Black Sheep Squadron to victory during World War II.
Gregory “Pappy” Boyington was a legendary World War II Marine fighter ace who led his men into battle against overwhelming odds and won, but to some in the Corps he was a belligerent troublemaker. A black sheep. It’s a title Boyington wore with pride.
Born on Dec. 4, 1912, Boyington grew up in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, before moving to his family’s apple farm in Okanogan, Washington, when he was in junior high school. From a young age, Boyington dreamed of taking to the sky.
“I used to read all of the books about the World War I fighter aces, and I built model planes, gliders and things,” said Boyington in an interview with Colin D. Heaton in 1988.
In 1934, Boyington graduated from University of Washington in Seattle with a bachelor’s of science in aeronautical engineering. On June 13, 1935, he joined the Marine Corps Reserve, and in training, distinguished himself as a peerless pilot. Over the next several years, he began to experiment more and more in the cockpit, trying newer and more daring feats.
Aaron Jackson is someone who strives to counter hatred. And as part of his work, the environment and human rights activist advocates for LGBT youth and raises awareness about the thousands of children who commit suicide due to bullying.
And as part of this, Jackson came up with a smart idea back in 2013—when he found out that there was a house for sale across the street from the headquarters of the Westboro Baptist Church, the congregation that’s become known for its hate propaganda against LGBT people, Jews, Christians, and Muslims.
Aaron Jackson’s organization, Planting Peace, bought the house in Topeka, Kansas for $81,000. The idea was to run anti-bullying campaigns out of the house that came to be known as the “Equality House.”
Once Planting Peace bought the house, Aaron decided to paint the house the colors of the rainbow pride flag as a nod to the hateful church across the street.