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  • Biden Wants to Ban Presidential Debate Audiences

    05/15/2024 10:35:01 AM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 11 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 05/15/2024 | WENDELL HUSEBØ
    President Joe Biden’s campaign demanded a ban on audiences during the proposed presidential debates with former President Donald Trump. The demand appears to be designed to reduce the risk of any Biden protestors attending the event. Anti-Israel protestors often appear at Biden’s public events. In a letter to the Commission on Presidential Debates, the Biden campaign said it was providing notice that it would not participate in commission debates. The campaign said Biden would only participate in network debates. The Trump campaign has yet to sign off on Biden’s proposal. “The Commission’s model of building huge spectacles with large audiences...
  • Chicken farmers stuck with uncertainty, massive loans in wake of Tyson Foods closures

    05/14/2024 1:19:56 AM PDT · by CFW · 32 replies
    Missouri Independent ^ | 5/10/24 | JOHN MCCRACKEN
    Timothy Bundren must have heard wrong. The sun wasn’t up yet. He was still groggy from starting his morning routine of walking through chicken barns. His phone rang and his contact with the global meat company headquartered in Springdale, Arkansas, just two hours south of his farm, started telling him he would no longer be raising chickens. Bundren, 52, didn’t believe him at first. Just hours later, he was supposed to meet with the bank about another loan to buy the farm down the road. Bundren waited an hour and then called the man back. The news didn’t change, but...
  • Fried chicken chain puts hilarious typo in sign: ‘Ridiculous and sad!’

    04/01/2024 2:20:57 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 73 replies
    New York Post ^ | March 29, 2024 | Ben Cost
    A Bojangles Cajun restaurant undergoing renovations near Raleigh, North Carolina, accidentally misspelled the chain’s name on an outdoor sign as seen in hilarious photos blowing up online. “I saw the sign and I was looking at it, and I’m like, ‘It’s not right,'” eyewitness Gonzalez Espinosa told USA Today of the recent incident. He saw the botched signage while landscaping near the chain’s Knightdale outlet, which has been undergoing renovations since fall.
  • Report: Woman Put Severed Chicken Heads in Boyfriend's Bed

    02/18/2024 12:18:28 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 38 replies
    A 34-year-old Billings woman accused of leaving chicken heads on her then-boyfriend’s bed, trashing his apartment, and vandalizing his car, faces potential jail time over allegations she failed to control her alcoholism. The woman, Michelle Suzanne Niedge, was put on two years of probation in March 2022 after she pleaded guilty to felony criminal mischief and misdemeanor assault before Sixth District Judge Brenda Gilbert. Gilbert sentenced the woman to 31 days in the county jail and two years of probation. Niedge also was fined $700 and ordered to pay $2,666.95 restitution to her victim. About five months of a county...
  • NEW: Colorado Secretary of State Changes Course, Puts Donald Trump Back on the Primary Ballot

    01/05/2024 9:17:04 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 27 replies
    Red State ^ | 01/05/2024 | Bonchie
    After nearly three weeks of hand-wringing from all sides, Donald Trump is back on the Colorado primary ballot. The news was announced by Jena Griswold, Colorado's Secretary of State, on Friday evening, claiming that the Supreme Court's acceptance of the case was the catalyst for the reversal. See: Colorado Supreme Court Votes to Boot Trump off the Ballot Using the 14th AmendmentColorado’s 2024 Presidential primary ballot is certified. The United States Supreme Court has accepted the case, and Donald Trump will appear on the ballot as a result.— Jena Griswold (@JenaGriswold) January 5, 2024This represents a major reversal for Griswold...
  • A Demographic Time Bomb Is About to Hit the Beef Industry

    12/22/2023 8:04:09 PM PST · by RandFan · 98 replies
    Realclearscience ^ | Dec 22 | Realclearscience
    The early 1970s were the real heyday of beef in the US. It was the era of stroganoff, stews, and casseroles, steak lunches and 60-cent hamburgers. It was also the beginning of a long decline for the all-American meat. In 1975, Americans on average ate close to 90 pounds of beef each year. That has now dipped to around 57 pounds, and chicken has assumed beef’s place as the most-consumed meat in the US.
  • Tyson recalls 30,000 pounds of Dino Chicken Nuggets

    11/05/2023 5:13:02 PM PST · by dynachrome · 17 replies
    Reuters ^ | 11-5-23 | Reuters
    U.S. food company Tyson Foods (TSN.N) has said it was voluntarily recalling approximately 30,000 pounds of frozen, fully cooked dinosaur-shaped chicken “Fun Nuggets” or Dino Chicken Nuggets. A limited number of consumers have reported they found small, pliable metal pieces in the product, and out of an abundance of caution, the company said in a release on Saturday that it was recalling this product. The company said the recall includes Tyson brand fully cooked “Fun Nuggets” sold to retailers in 29-ounce packages. No other Tyson brand products are affected, the company said.
  • Does chicken soup really help when you’re sick? A nutrition specialist explains what’s behind the beloved comfort food

    10/25/2023 6:57:01 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 44 replies
    The Conversation ^ | Published: October 20, 2023 8.24am EDT
    Preparing a bowl of chicken soup for a loved one when they’re sick has been a common practice throughout the world for centuries. Today, generations from virtually every culture swear to the benefits of chicken soup. In the U.S., the dish is typically made with noodles, but different cultures prepare the soothing remedy their own way. Chicken soup as a therapy can be traced back to 60 A.D. and Pedanius Dioscorides, an army surgeon who served under the Roman emperor Nero, and whose five-volume medical encyclopedia was consulted by early healers for more than a millennium. But the origins of...
  • We Went to 8 Restaurants to Find the Best Fast-Food Chicken Sandwich in America

    09/04/2023 6:13:43 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 57 replies
    Reader's Digest ^ | 09/01/2023 | Kristina Vänni
    We sampled this popular menu item from eight restaurants to find out once and for all which one makes the best fast-food chicken sandwich In order to find the best fast-food chicken sandwich money can buy, we visited and taste-tested sandwiches from eight different restaurants. To ensure a level playing field and a fair comparison, the original chicken sandwich was ordered at each location. The sandwiches were analyzed by examining the chicken patty itself, the bun and the toppings.It’s worth noting, however, that many of these fast-food spots also offer a spicy chicken sandwich or other flavor varieties, so don’t...
  • Atlanta Popeyes workers ‘violently’ attacked customer in the drive-thru after she attempted to correct her order: suit

    08/05/2023 6:57:34 PM PDT · by thegagline · 105 replies
    The New York Post ^ | 08/05/2023 | Landon Mion
    A new lawsuit accuses employees at a Popeyes restaurant in Atlanta, Georgia, of attacking a woman in the drive-thru after she attempted to have her order corrected. The incident allegedly happened in September 2022 at the Popeyes location on Cleveland Avenue in southwest Atlanta. After Denetra Dawson attempted to fix an incorrect order, employees allegedly attacked her, pulling out a chunk of her hair and leaving her bruised, according to the lawsuit filed Friday. Dawson said in the lawsuit that when she tried to have her order fixed, words were exchanged before the employees attacked. “I didn’t even think I...
  • Will Lab-Grown Chicken Come Home To Roost?

    07/31/2023 4:00:31 PM PDT · by DallasBiff · 27 replies
    MSN ^ | 7/29/23 | James Flippen
    The US Department of Agriculture, or USDA, just made an industry-shaking decision regarding lab-grown meat. Specifically, the USDA will officially start inspecting lab-grown chicken for US consumption. This marks a major step for consumers looking to satisfy their cravings, guilt-free. When it comes to American eating habits, chickens rule the roost. Each year, America consumes a mind-boggling 8 billion chickens — or roughly 24 chickens per person. But the land, water, and other resources required to raise this poultry can have a negative impact on the environment, in addition to the ethical concerns surrounding animal welfare. Lab-grown meat poses a...
  • FDA OKs Lab Food for People

    06/22/2023 11:55:13 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 27 replies
    Independent Sentinel ^ | By M Dowling - June 22, 20232
    The FDA approved lab-grown meat and say it is OK for human consumption. This is the corrupt organization that gave you fake vaccines. According to the makers, they grow a cell from an animal, and meat tastes like meat, chicken tastes like chicken. The come-on is they don’t have to kill animals. And, of course, the climate crisis… It sounds like processed food on steroids. Can you imagine what they might inject into it that we don’t want? Is it crazy to envision them one day mandating we eat it and banning most farms? Between this and the insects, we’re...
  • A Surprising Animal Is Running Wild Over Hawaii

    05/31/2023 8:51:30 AM PDT · by gnarledmaw · 86 replies
    GiantFreakinRobot ^ | 27MAY23 | TeeJay Small
    In a story pulled straight from the history books of Australia, humanity is once again losing a battle with bird-kind. According to a write-up in Futurism, feral chickens with supercharged survival instincts have taken over the island of Kauai. The Hawaiian chickens have long made the island famous for their free-roaming status on the local beaches, even acting as a tourist attraction for visitors, though locals of Hawaii have warned that the chickens in question can be quite vicious and may attack on sight. While complaints about these avian adversaries vary from one local to another, some Hawaiians feel that...

    05/16/2023 6:54:53 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 38 replies
    National Day Calendar ^ | May 16, 2023 | Staff
    (Last Updated On: May 15, 2023) NATIONAL BARBECUE DAY | May 16 Each year on May 16 we celebrate National Barbecue Day in the United States. Whether you grill at home or grab some takeout, you will find Americans across the country enjoying an assortment of mouthwatering barbeque (BBQ) flavors and sauces. #NationalBarbecueDay In the world of barbecue, grillers decide how to cook their barbeque. Whether they choose charcoal, wood charcoal, wood, gas or slow cooking, they consider themselves the culinary expert of barbeque. Traditionally, Americans have four types of BBQ regions: Kansas City – A variety of beef and...
  • Report: Trump Considers Skipping at Least Some 2024 GOP Primary Debates

    05/02/2023 5:04:03 PM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 20 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 05/02/2023 | Jordan Dixon-Hamilton
    Former President Donald Trump is considering skipping at least some of the 2024 Republican primary debates, the New York Times reported, citing five people who have discussed the matter with Trump. Last month, Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel announced the first two debates of the GOP presidential primary season. First will be a Fox News-hosted debate in August in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, followed by a second debate in Southern California at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.
  • Texas Chicken Staff 'Burst Into Tears and Ran' After People Swarm Outlet for Free Chicken bags

    04/17/2023 2:53:48 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 28 replies
    AsiaOne ^ | APRIL 16, 2023 | CHING SHI JIE
    The early bird gets the worm, or so they say. And when Texas Chicken gave out chicken bags on Sunday (April 16) morning to celebrate its 13th anniversary in Singapore, people started swarming the fast food chain's outlets for the freebies. This, however, took a toll on one employee, who had to inform disappointed diners that the free item was out of stock. Customers who purchased a meal deal — or Chick Deal as they called it — for $13.90 each from 11am onwards on Sunday can redeem the chicken bag. A TikTok video shared by Usman Choo showed a...
  • FDA clears lab-grown chicken as safe to eat

    03/22/2023 5:38:36 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 38 replies
    CBS News ^ | March 21, 2023 | BY ALIZA CHASAN
    Lab-grown chicken has taken a step closer to hitting American grocery stores. The Food and Drug Administration on Monday cleared cultured "cultured chicken cell material" made by GOOD Meat as safe for use as human food. While the FDA said the lab-grown chicken was safe to eat, GOOD Meat still needs approval from the Agriculture Department before i can sell the product in the U.S. If approved, acclaimed chef José Andrés plans to serve GOOD Meat's chicken to customers at his Washington, D.C. restaurant. He's on GOOD Meat's board of directors. "The future of our planet depends on how we...
  • Chicago man has a bone to pick with Buffalo Wild Wings over its ‘boneless’ wings

    03/13/2023 4:53:44 PM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 24 replies
    Chicago Sun-Times ^ | Mar 13, 2023 | By Stefano Esposito
    No bones about it, Aimen Halim is very unhappy with Buffalo Wild Wings. He’s so upset that the Chicago man recently filed a class-action lawsuit against the Atlanta-based chain, accusing the company of a “clear-cut case of false advertising.” In his lawsuit, Halim says he bought food at a Mount Prospect Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant earlier this year and was served boneless wings that were not, in fact, de-boned wings.
  • Great Britain Government Requires Home-Grown Chickens to be Registered to Tackle Bird Flu

    03/11/2023 3:29:43 AM PST · by Jan_Sobieski · 27 replies
    The Gateway Pundit ^ | 03/09/2023 | Jim Hoft
    People in Great Britain who keep chickens in their yards are forced to register them with the government under a new proposed law to stop the spread of bird flu.As part of the ongoing efforts to combat avian influenza, the government of England, Wales, and Scotland introduced a proposal on Wednesday that would make it mandatory for all poultry keepers to formally register their birds.The new rules would apply to all bird keepers, no matter how many birds they own. Currently, only people who keep 50 birds or more are required by law to do so.Under the rule, people who...
  • Popeyes

    03/06/2023 8:07:23 PM PST · by slouper · 98 replies
    Me | F Lee Bailey
    Why does Popeyes hate white people?