Thursday, January 3, 2013


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Good news Leedog

In 1979, McDonalds went classy, and hired the chef at Drake hotel, Chicago.  His first creation: The McNugget.  The debut was so successful that every franchise in the US wanted them.  It didn’t take long for there to be a world wide shortage of chicken.  McDonalds needed a way to temporarily soften the demand for Chicken, so they sent the chef back to the kitchen and he emerged in 1981 with The McRib.  By 1985, the world chicken supply was keeping up with demand and McDonalds discontinued the McRib.  A decade of letters and pitch forks later, McDonalds brought back the McRib in 1994 for limited time.   America went McNuts once again.  McDonalds concluded that the success was due to the novelty of limited availability and have used that model ever since.


Die Hard of the Week:  “Your nothing more than a common thief.” -Bonnie Badeelia.  “I’m an exceptional thief.”  -Hans Goober


Countdown to 2012:  Saint Francis Hospital just bought a million dollar robot….surgeon.


Wow:  Tensegrity – Lub


Craigslist sperm donor story has made national news.


Mary-Louise Parker is almost 50?  She’s a knock out!


Cow:  “Oh yeah? You played at Kansas State?  Did you play for Coach Schneider?” - Lub


Countdown to 2012:  In Iceland you can name your baby anything you want, so long is it’s on the state approved list of names (1,712 male names and 1,853 female name).  They don’t want kids to be made fun of on the playground because of their name.


They’re still at it:  State of Pennsylvania sues NCAA for unjust sanctions.


Andy Reed has more playoff wins than the Chiefs have ever had.


The last QB drafted by the Chiefs to win a game was Tod Blacklidge in 1987


I watched Looper with Joseph gorgeous Levvitt.  It was pretty good, but it was no Inception. 


Ray Lewis, the only original Cleveland Brown on the team will retire.  The first person he sacked in his career was Jim Harbough, the unknown, long-lost brother of his own coach, John Harbough.

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