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Freak Weather Has Decimated the South’s Peach Supplies
Now a shortage is looming just in time for summer.
Walmart Workers Refuse to Make ‘Racist’ Cake for Police Officer’s Retirement
The officer’s friends are now demanding a boycott.
A Hooters Waitress Donated One of Her Kidneys to a Dying Customer
“I said, ‘Well I have two kidneys, do you want one of mine?’”
Man Enjoying a Quarter Pounder Gets Ticketed for ‘Eating While
“You can’t just go down the road eating a hamburger,” the officer said.
Quote Of The Day
Vidalia Onion Situation in Georgia Is Getting Real Intense
Bland risks fines of up to $5,000 per bag or box of onions.
Looks Like Georgia’s About to Start Letting People Bring Guns Into Bars
Just remember: The customer is always right.
Restaurant Valet Fired for Writing ‘Jungle Fever’ on
Next time, he could try simpler things to ID cars, like “blue Ford” and “red Fiat.”
Protests in Uganda Over Food Prices; Lap-Band Maker Wants to Target Teens
Allergan, the company behind the quick-fix for weight-loss, wants to market the product to kids as young as fourteen.
Richard Ruskell Wins
Last Cake Standing
; It’s Time For Yak Meat
The Montage Beverly Hills pastry chef wins the $100,000 prize and major bragging rights.
Salty Foods Might Aid Relaxation; Whiskey A Go Go Fight Leads to Arrests
After a cop fires a shot, a fleeing vehicle stops outside of the famous Sunset Blvd. nightlife venue.
Obama Flips High Cholesterol the Bird, Feasts on Fried Chicken
Plus, a pie baker turns against the Prez?
Bruni’s Bulimia; SF’s Alcoholic Pets