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McDonald’s Holiday Pie Gets a $4.99 Bonus in McDonald’s Stores

September 18, 2021 Comments Off on McDonald’s Holiday Pie Gets a $4.99 Bonus in McDonald’s Stores By admin

McDonald’s holiday pies get a $3.99 bonus in stores that are opening in the first half of 2018.

McDonald’s announced the bonus on Wednesday, the same day that the company introduced a $1.49 discount for holiday pies at participating stores.

The holiday pie bonus applies to all categories, including cheeseburgers, pizza, chicken nuggets, salads and desserts.

If you’re planning on shopping at a store where the holiday pie is available, you can take advantage of the $3,000 bonus by calling 1-800-McDonalds or going to McDonalds.com/holiday.

To receive the bonus, call the store or go to McDonald’s.com and click the “Bonus” link.

The bonus applies the first time you purchase a holiday pie from McDonald’s or through the McDonalds app.

The bonus will be in effect through November 5, 2018.

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‘Totally inappropriate’: New York City bartender denies using gay slur on live stream

July 25, 2021 Comments Off on ‘Totally inappropriate’: New York City bartender denies using gay slur on live stream By admin

A New York bartender who said he was the victim of homophobic slurs during a live stream in 2020 federal holidays is apologizing for the outburst.

The New York State Bar Association’s Executive Director David J. Hwang said Wednesday he was deeply offended by the comments.

Hwang, who was also a bartender at the bar on the night of the livestream, apologized to patrons who were not in attendance.

“I’m very sorry that my behavior offended anyone,” he said.

“I was not aware that my remarks were going to have a negative impact on the lives of anyone.”

Hwang was referring to the comments he made about a male bartender who was making drinks in a restroom at the venue.

The bar manager, who is male, said in the video that Hwang used the N-word.

The bartender who spoke on the video, who asked not to be identified for fear of retaliation, said the incident was caught on a live feed and that he was “shocked” by Hwang’s behavior.

Hanging his head, the bartender said, “I’m going to go to the police, because this is just so stupid.”

Hanging up the phone, Hwang repeated: “This is totally inappropriate.

I was offended.

I’ll be back.

I’m sorry.”

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Week 3 NFL game results: Eagles 27, Lions 20

July 18, 2021 Comments Off on Week 3 NFL game results: Eagles 27, Lions 20 By admin

Auburn (1-2) has won its past four games against Auburn (1 – 1), including a 42-7 rout in the Tigers’ last game at the Coliseum.

The Tigers are 7-3 all-time against the Tigers, with wins over the No. 5 team in the country, LSU, and the No 3 team, Tennessee.

Auburn’s offense ranks third nationally with 1,039 yards rushing.

The defense has allowed only five rushing touchdowns and has held the Tigers to just 51 points over the past four contests.

Auburn is 5-0 all-in on the road this season, including winning its past three games at home.

Auburn enters this week ranked No. 4 in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll.


Which holiday is your favourite?

June 19, 2021 Comments Off on Which holiday is your favourite? By admin

Ireland’s Republic Day, the longest day of the year, is also the longest on Earth, with a duration of just over 11 hours and 39 minutes.

The shortest day of Ireland’s 365-day calendar is Easter, which is 7 hours, 21 minutes and 52 seconds long.

There are five national holidays, but none of the other national days are longer than 7 hours and 34 minutes.

This means that the shortest day on Earth is the Irish Republic Day.

It is the longest national holiday in the world, with an average length of about 23 minutes.

Easter is the most commonly seen holiday on Ireland’s national calendar.

The most famous Irish Easter holiday is the one celebrated in Galway, where the Easter Bunny is said to have flown in the air on Easter morning in the early hours of the morning and landed safely.

It has become a fixture in the Irish national psyche, with the Easter Day celebrations marking the end of the Easter Rising.