I never would have imagined, in my lifetime, seeing anything like this. Of course, that's not the first time I've said that and it probably won't be the last. It's like something out of a sci-fi/disaster movie.
Kentucky is the home to a great shade of awesomeness that can be found in everything from literature, sports, buckets of chicken - right down to Derby style mojitos and brown liquor. And while there are so many things about Kentucky that are kick ass –a couple of loyal Kentuckians say that attitude does not apply when it comes to the state’s slogan “Unbridled Spirit
Neither did I. In fact, earlier this week, I was having a conversation with an old friend about getting older, but WISER. We're both in our 40s now, and I feel like I gain more wisdom with each passing year. How dumb of me.
Okay, Mr. President, you bailed out GM and Chrysler, so now here is something much more important. The American junk food industry is in peril. Hostess Brands is closing. There will be no more Twinkies! There are even parody songs about it!
In the beautiful mountains of eastern Kentucky lies the town of Williamsburg. In the beautiful town of Williamsburg lies the Red Flower Chinese Restaurant. In the (likely) not so beautiful Red Flower kitchen, they're servin' up roadkill for YOUR dining pleasure. Uh,...I'll pass.
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