Tom the Dancing Bug by Ruben Bolling for December 05, 2009

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    Edcole1961  about 14 years ago

    The food is okay, but there’s absolutely no atmosphere to speak of.

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    JerryGorton  about 14 years ago

    No Pizza?

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    ejcapulet  about 14 years ago

    I think I’ll go live in a yurt in Inner Mongolia now.

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    Nighthawks Premium Member about 14 years ago

    and the next step, of course , is a moonscape littered with discarded fast food sacks,napkins,wrappings, straws, etc…… heck, we’ve already left a couple junk cars up there…..wherever humans go, they leave their imprint

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    Donna Haag  about 14 years ago

    Yes the water was found next to the starbucks.

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    FireMedic  about 14 years ago

    We’ve struck Evian!

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    RonBerg13 Premium Member about 14 years ago

    Say, what about all that cheese, huh? They shouldn’t let that go to waste!

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    Ushindi  about 14 years ago

    Gotta love The Dancing Bug.

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    number9dream  about 14 years ago

    Where’s Ben Bernanke when you need him?

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    Wildcard24365  about 14 years ago

    Uhhhh… Isn’t KFC a Pepsico company, part of the unholy trinity of Pizza Hut, KFC, and Taco Bell?

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    MisngNOLA  about 14 years ago

    Wild, I think KFC, TB, and PH are part of Yum Brands (also included are Long John Silvers, A&W Restaurants, and Wingstreet) , which indeed used to be a Pepsico owned subsidiary. The ties were partially severed some time back when Burger King restaurants were told not to use Pepsi products since they were in effect funding their competition in the fast food market. Since then, YUM still maintains a quasi-relationship with Pepsico, but are no longer a wholly owned subsidiary.

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