It's true to a point.. They give you a certain amount of an item, such as one barbeque sauce per every 5 chicken nuggets. They have a sign on the window if you want another one, you must pay like 30 cents. They usually just give it to you free though if you ask at the last window when you get your food. They usually charge you for packets of salad dressing..but they definitely don't charge you for ketchup. They should put a limit on how much ketchup they give. I ask for ketchup expecting to get like 1-2 packets..they seriously give me atleast TEN!
OMG! the first ten seconds are well worth the click.
Craig A. Dunn of Louisville, Kentucky, who is under house arrest, told police that Jesus had set him up, leaving a burned teaspoon with drug residue in his home. That two-timing Jesus.
Local police were doing a routine home check on Dunn, who is incarcerated at home because of a parole violation. The cops spotted an aluminum foil tube burnt at one end and a spoon with burn marks and possible drug residue, according to a local TV station.
Police have yet to locate Jesus to verify Dunn's story. So unfortunately for Dunn, he's now charged of possession of drug paraphernalia
He described how in 2001 and 2002 he spent about a year attempting to crack U.S. military systems — spending up to eight hours a day at a computer in his girlfriend's aunt's house while drinking beer and smoking marijuana.
McKinnon has since claimed that his hacking uncovered photographic proof of alien spacecraft and the names and ranks of "non-terrestrial officers."
An Italian court has convicted seven experts of manslaughter for failing to adequately warn residents about the risk of an earthquake before hit in 2009, killing more than 300 people. The verdict has shocked the scientific community
Ugly Dougly wrote:http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/travel/italy-earthquake-experts-convicted-of-manslaughter/2012/10/23/b1db5f61-55f4-404a-86c3-8d5ce866a746_video.htmlAn Italian court has convicted seven experts of manslaughter for failing to adequately warn residents about the risk of an earthquake before hit in 2009, killing more than 300 people. The verdict has shocked the scientific community
One diver who swam with the whale asked, "Who told me to get out?" Researchers concluded that Noc had made a sound resembling "Out," reports the Huffington Post. Scientists think the whale's close proximity to people allowed him to listen to and mimic human speech. After several years, Noc went back to sounding like a whale, emitting high-pitched noises. The whale died several years ago.
Ugly Dougly wrote:That's less seal-like than some people I know.
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