I should not have laughed as much as I did at the guy who brought a rocket launcher to Subway.
That poor restaurant worker.
You know he felt real pressure to absolutely get that dude’s order exactly right.
”You put ketchup on this. I specifically said NO KETCHUP!”
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Environmentally critical coastal sand dunes on Donald Trump’s Scottish golf course in Aberdeenshire have been ruined, even though Trump promised to protect them.
The dunes “will be there forever,” Trump vowed in 2008 to quell concerns about his new course. “This will be environmentally better after [the course] is built than it is before.”
But late last year officials announced that the dunes had lost their status as a protected environmental site because they had been partially destroyed.
Following construction of the Trump International Golf Links north of Aberdeen, the dunes no longer “merit being retained as part of the site of special scientific interest,” declared Scotland’s nature agency NatureScot.
“There is now no longer a reason to protect the dunes ... as they do not include enough of the special, natural features for which they were designated,” said the agency.
The drastic change was already vividly apparent in overhead photos of the Foveran Links dunes in 2019 (see clip above).
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Former President Trump on Monday filed a federal lawsuit against the Jan. 6 select committee seeking to block the panel from obtaining his administration's records from the National Archives.
"The Committee’s request amounts to nothing less than a vexatious, illegal fishing expedition openly endorsed by Biden and designed to unconstitutionally investigate President Trump and his administration," the lawsuit reads. "Our laws do not permit such an impulsive, egregious action against a former President and his close advisors."
The committee requested in August that the National Archives turn over an exhaustive list of records from Trump's time in office and the aftermath of the Capitol riot.
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