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And then they also call Trump a tyrant but they say they want the president to also confiscate our firearms?
It was a local soft drink, on the order of Big Red and Cheerwine and many other once-popular “pops,” but in four years in New Haven, I never once tasted it. From its introduction in 1901, the Scottish drink was called Iron Brew, but it wasn’t really a “brew,” and after World War II there was some sort of governmental opposition to the name - those damned Brits again - and the company was forced to alter the spelling. Noted the Journal, “Scots have been stockpiling the sugar-filled version, starting campaigns and expressing their outrage to just about anyone who asks.
(Can’t say the same about other brews.) That was the last I’d even heard the name until I came across an article this week in the Wall Street Journal about a Scottish soft drink called “Irn-Bru.” Wait a minute: “Iron Brew? A petition, called “Hands off our Irn-Bru,” has garnered more than 50,000 signatures.” NEW HAVEN’S IRON BREW https:// *********** I saw Billy Graham in person just once.
(There are those who said that the firing was prompted by the publication of the SI article, but there will always be cynics among us.) Could this be curtains for Mr. Shouldn’t the NBA be getting ready to give him the hook?
If the other owners could force Donald Sterling to dump the Clippers because of some racist remarks he made, how can they defend Mark Cuban, given today’s Me Too climate?