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dystopia
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Tuppins a Bag
« on: March 24, 2010, 11:23:41 AM »

Feed the birds indeed.

Identity of bread load litterbug remains a mystery
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MUNCIE -- Hundreds of breads, bagels and buns litter the banks of the White River like bodies left behind in a battle between baked goods.

The food was intended to feed Muncie's hungry.

Instead it is feeding Muncie's geese, ducks, mice, rats and the occasional beagle, and creating an eyesore in the process.
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Muncie police Sgt. Bruce Qualls recognized the baked goods as the product of Panera Bread, a chain cafe on the city's north side.

At the end of every business day, Panera Bread gives away their unsold baked goods to charitable organizations to feed the hungry.





Newman!
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Re: Tuppins a Bag
« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2010, 01:34:26 PM »

Feed the birds indeed.

Identity of bread load litterbug remains a mystery
http://www.thestarpress.c...tterbug-remains-a-mystery
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MUNCIE -- Hundreds of breads, bagels and buns litter the banks of the White River like bodies left behind in a battle between baked goods.

The food was intended to feed Muncie's hungry.

Instead it is feeding Muncie's geese, ducks, mice, rats and the occasional beagle, and creating an eyesore in the process.
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Muncie police Sgt. Bruce Qualls recognized the baked goods as the product of Panera Bread, a chain cafe on the city's north side.

At the end of every business day, Panera Bread gives away their unsold baked goods to charitable organizations to feed the hungry.





Newman!

Oh I get it, a hoity-toity cop who moved up from Dunkin' Donuts to Panera!  That's some fine police work there Lou! Grin
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Re: Tuppins a Bag
« Reply #2 on: March 26, 2010, 06:20:14 PM »

Tuppence...tuppence.

British: a variant spelling of twopence.

Somewhere Uisce cringed.

Come back Uisce.
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