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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Captain Oveur, Sep 9, 2013.
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And I had previously thought the award went to:
YIKES on Spirit Air.
I thought this was the previous low.
At least they didn't call them free medium freedom fries.
Via @jdhenchman (https://twitter.com/jdhenchman/status/377875807898976256) --
"Yes, in honor of the thousands who perished, this Marriott has allegedly decided to offer free coffee and mini-muffins for half an hour. Not even full-size muffins — mini-muffins. For half an hour. One half of one hour. Smaller-than-normal muffins."
as I've observed elsewhere, every holiday in the US eventually gets commercialized...nobody complains about Veteran's Day sales anymore, but at one time this was a sacred commemoration too. And for those for whom Christmas is a religious holiday, well, you know how that has gone. Trying to make a buck off of EVERYTHING appears to be a contemporary American trait...
What's even worse is my scheme to give these out to trick-or-treaters until I saw the expiration date.
There's always cigarettes.
I'll just hand out naked pictures of my neighbor like I did last year.