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  • VIDEO: Richard Armitage Name Should Enter Valerie Plame Campaign Zone

    11/24/2019 1:44:19 PM PST · by PJ-Comix · 7 replies
    YouTube ^ | November 24, 2019 | DUmmie FUnnies
    VIDEO It is the name that dares not speak its name around Valerie Plame. Although Plame falsely (according to a Washington Post fact check) accused Scooter Libby of leaking her name, the true culprit was Deep State insider Richard Armitage of the State Department. Just the sound of his name makes Valerie Plame very very uncomfortable.
  • Best Fast Food Sweet Tea -- Bless Your Rank

    03/18/2019 8:46:48 PM PDT · by OddLane · 47 replies
    Youtube ^ | 3/17/19 | It's A Southern Thing
    Matt takes the best fast food sweet teas (as decided by our Facebook supporters) and ranks them best to worst. These include Chick-Fil-A, Bojangles', Whataburger, Sonic, McDonald's, Zaxby's, and Popeyes.
  • Mrs. Obama: Americans Should Drink Unsweetened Tea

    03/18/2015 3:36:16 PM PDT · by ilovesarah2012 · 156 replies
    radio.foxnews.com ^ | Todd Starnes
    The First Lady of these United States is now urging Americans to stop drinking sweet tea. Yes – friends – you heard correctly. Mrs. Obama has declared war on the House Wine of the South. It’s all part of her anti-obesity campaign — called Let’s Move. The website Free Beacon was the first to report on her latest culinary atrocities – urging us to wash down our lettuce and bean sprouts with unsweetened tea. The First Lady also told Americans to stay away from all-you-can-eat buffets — which I’m sure is great news for all those folks employed by all-you-can-eat...
  • Nostalgia on ice: Cold, sugary tea is a sweet Southern tradition

    06/15/2007 9:47:49 AM PDT · by stainlessbanner · 302 replies · 3,949+ views
    wilmington star ^ | 13 June 2007 | Lisa Singhania
    More than 140 years after the Civil War ended, a Mason-Dixon line of sorts still persists when it comes to iced tea. Order an iced tea at a restaurant in the Deep South or Texas, and the frosty beverage set before you likely will be a world away from what you’d be served in New York or Chicago. Sweet tea, as Southerners call their iced tea, is named for its two key ingredients – tea and lots of sugar. There’s no such thing as an unsweetened sweet tea. And unlike its summer-loving Northern counterpart, sweet tea is consumed year-round. “About...
  • Southern Diet Frustrates Health Officials

    02/15/2005 8:19:45 AM PST · by stainlessbanner · 172 replies · 2,475+ views
    AP News ^ | 14-feb-2005 | DANIEL YEE
    DECATUR, Ga. (AP) -- Amid a national obesity epidemic and the South's infamous distinction as the "Stroke Belt," health officials have been trying to get diners to flinch, at least a little, at the region's trademark fried and fatty foods. But nutritionists have found it's hard to teach an old region new tricks. How can Southerners give up delicious staples fried chicken, fried seafood, fried green tomatoes and cornbread slathered in butter? Even at the Atlanta headquarters of the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the leader of the nation's anti-obesity campaign, the cafeteria serves up such artery-clogging regional...
  • Mrs. Wilkes' sweet tea is so good the recipe just has to be shared

    08/13/2002 4:15:07 AM PDT · by aomagrat · 11 replies · 2,612+ views
    Myrtle Beach Sun News ^ | 13 August 2002 | Jay C. Grelen
    At Mrs. Wilkes' Dining Room in Savannah, Ga., they assume you want sweet tea unless you ask otherwise. Now that, gentle subscriber, is the mark of fine dining. They set a pitcher of tea on the table, which you share with whomever else happens to sit there. The tally at our table was five Yankees and four Southerners, so the Dixie chick and the Dixie dudes had some teaching to do. Denette Marshall, who was visiting from Englewood, Ohio, with her family, was an immediate convert. She so enjoyed the tea that she asked me how to make it, so...