The domestic terrorists who seized the Malheur National Widlife Refuge Building in Burns, Oregon and vowed to stay there "for as long as it takes" have put out a plea to their supporters asking them to send "supplies or snacks" to help the nosh through the long, anticipated siege.
Though the message explicitly says "we don't want your money," it also explicitly links to the terrorists' cash donation page.
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Kentucky Fried Chicken teamed up with Enviro-Log to bring back the 11 Herbs & Spices Firelog that apparently sold out in just a few hours last year. On its site, JFC uses big bold type to make darn sure buyers understand that this log is “NOT ACTUALLY FRIED CHICKEN.” The 11 Herbs & Spices Firelog […]
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