Stores like Walmart and Kroger are sick of the practice of “staking,” in which frugal shoppers combine store and manufacturer coupons in a way that makes their items cost next to nothing — or even, in some cases, actually earns them store credit or cash back.
Once a year, the McRib pops up on the McDonald’s menu for a short period of time and fans of the pork sandwich sing its praises to the high heavens.
But something is happening in Austria that will shake the foundation of any McRib connoisseur. It’s called the McRibster, and it suggests that the McRib is not the perfection that some claim. Rather, it’s just a start.
It there is one thing Americans like, it’s our food fast. Our great nation pioneered the fast food game, and judging from a new report from The Temkin Group we are doing a great job at it, if we do say so ourselves.
The health care law of 2010 was the signature legislation of Barack Obama’s first term as President. However, according to a new poll from Gallup, the public is still very divided on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Texting and walking is a pretty bad idea, particularly when you’re walking down steps. Which is something the young lady in the background of this live CBC report is bound to remember the next time she tries to look at her phone while navigating a short flight of concrete stairs.
If you happen to be a newscaster who isn’t so sure of the material you’re supposed to read, one way of limiting mistakes is concentrating very hard on the Teleprompter. Kara Manelli of WUFT in Gainesville, Florida displays this technique to a T as she finishes a story about a student housing lottery. She’s concentrating so hard, she doesn’t notice the woman behind her awkwardly trying to hide from the camera.
There aren’t going to be too many tales of long-lost love in the future, thanks to social media sites which make it just about impossible for folks to really lose touch with each other.
But there was obviously no Facebook when Betty Hove and John Grosch meet in the early 1940s. He was 17 and she was 16 and they quickly became sweethearts. But as their relationship began to blossom, Grosch joined the Navy and was shipped off to fight in World War II.
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