"I haven't endorsed anybody. I haven't talked to Trump. I haven't talked to anybody. You know, he's a racist now because he's talked about this judge. And yeah, it's a dumb thing to say. I mean, to predicate your opinion on the fact that the guy was born to Mexican parents or something. He's said a lot of dumb things. So have all of them. Both sides. But everybody—the press and everybody's going, "Oh, well, that's racist," and they're making a big hoodoo out of it. Just fucking get over it. It's a sad time in history." -- Clint Eastwood
The pertinent section of the Flag Code says, "by order of the President, the flag shall be flown at half-staff upon the death of principal figures of the United States Government and the Governor of a State, territory, or possesion, as a mark of respect to their memory. In the event of the death of other officials or foreign dignitaries, the flag is to be displayed at half-staff according to Presidential orders, or in accordance with recognized customs or practices not inconsistent with law.
Old and busted: Pretzel burger buns. The new hotness: Avacado burger buns. No seriously.
The McIntosh Red has red and green skin, a tart flavour, and tender white flesh, which ripens in late September. In the 20th century it was the most popular cultivar in Eastern Canada and New England, and is considered an all-purpose apple, suitable both for cooking and eating raw. John McIntosh discovered the original McIntosh sapling on his Dundela farm in Upper Canada in 1811. He and his wife bred it, and the family started grafting the tree and selling the fruit in 1835. In 1870, it entered commercial production, and became common in northeastern North America after 1900. According to the US Apple Association website, the McIntosh Red is one of the fifteen most popular apple cultivars in the United States.
This is the Bolsheokhtinsky bridge accross the Neva River, in St.Petersburg, Russia. Rick
Ernie, if I am not mistaken the ferris wheel with the gap toothed girl is next to a coaster called the Crazy Coaster and its in california. Tommy
Hi Ernie. The reasonably hot chick is on the Giant Ferris Wheel at the Orange County Fair. I found more pics of her travels with her brother here and saw that she was at the Orange County Fair in Southern California. Anyway, the coaster is called the Crazy Coaster. If you want to relive her ride from the comfort of your desk you can click here. Keep em coming. Eric R
Now as you know I never ask much of my readers, but I'm going to ask something of you now because it's the right thing to do. I want you to find this homeless person, because I intend upon buying him two slices of pizza so he may get a free 16 oz fountain drink. Find me both locations!
Maxwell House is a brand of coffee manufactured by a like-named division of Kraft Foods. Introduced in 1892 by wholesale grocer Joel Owsley Cheek, it was named in honor of the Maxwell House Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. In 1972, the company had introduced "Max-Pax" ground coffee filter rings, aimed at the then still-strong market for drip coffee preparation. Although this method, too, has been eclipsed, the Max-Pax concept was subsequently adapted as Maxwell House Filter Packs, first so called in 1989, for use in automatic coffee makers.