The column that says the best way to ruin a night out to dinner is somebody at the next table asking if the steak she sent back was ever put back on the grill, or just brought back the way it was, and turning down an offer from a manager offering to do another one, and then leaving no tip among the three of them.
By Jack Hummel
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“Tri City H.O.P.E. and Tri City Boxing would like to thank Soroptimist International of Cumberland County and The Unforgotten Haven for helping us make it possible for 50 kids to receive Easter baskets.
TERRY GOULD AND JERRY YOUNG.
Why haven’t these two been on 92.1 FM after their successful debut a couple of months ago? They are nonprofit and need a sponsor because not only do for-profit concerns need to make money, but so do nonprofits.
It’s called priming the pump.
Bridgeton Area Rocket Club is holding a launch Saturday at 9:30 a.m. at Rabbit Hill Farm in Shiloh under the guidance of Mike Zapolski Sr.
It’s as good as a quick trip flying to Cape Canaveral.
“I can sell ketchup popsicles to a woman in white gloves.”
— from the movie ‘Tommy Boy ‘
Our guru surfaces like an atomic sub …
“I’ve been doing some research. Over 30% of families in Center City and the Third Ward live under the poverty level, and many more just above it. Please have a look at this.”
“‘Wanna give back?
“‘Call your local schools and ask to pay off overdue lunch accounts for kids. Kids have bigger worries than whether or not they’re able to eat or not that day.”’
— D. Bailey Miles
And when someone said it’s how lack of responsibility starts …
“Again, let me point out that 30% of families are UNDER the poverty level. These kids don’t deserve to eat while they’re being educated? Really? The sun must be very dark in your world.”
— D. Bailey Miles
Now, what is the first step to rope in ALL the at-risk kids in Millville even more so than the nonprofit groups are already doing, D.?
By the way, 1 in 5 in all of Cumberland County are living under the poverty level, but not spread out evenly around the county, meaning even 4 of 5 in some communities are impoverished.
Ask Sgt. George Linen at BHS about the Newark projects while growing up. Ask him about 5 out of 5.
You let Millville beat The Prep in baseball, D.?
“Kellyanne Conway will run for president in 8 years and win only because D. Bailey Miles will be too busy saving America to answer the call.”
— MENSA candidate
D. Bailey, the Bridgeton Board of Education pays off overdue lunch bills at the end of the school year out of their own pockets.
We do $50,000 surgeries on people who are broke.
Because that’s what we do, What we don’t do is pay for prevention by giving those those people $140 tests so they won’t need $50,000 surgeries.
We will have arrived in God’s good graces when we do $10,000 surgeries on dogs and cats when the owners are broke, for there is something about the helpless that make them a whole lot closer to God than we’ll ever be.
Isn’t that who he attended to first 2,000 years ago?
So glad dinner with Giuseppe Ungaro tonight produced a way to find an email sent to our lawyer in November.
Giuseppe can find everything on his magic phone in seconds.
Including there can be 9 grams of sugar in that bagel you’re eating, not to mention 300 calories. But we love Dunkin’ Donut’s cinnamon raisin bagel! But we don’t want to get diabetes!
We would buy one cinnamon raisin bagel with chicken salad and one with nothing and divide the chicken salad between the two. Chicken salad on a plain bagel is 21 grams of fat, with 30 grams of fat a day considered healthy.
Dunkin’ cinnamon raisin bagel has 1 gram of fat, but 21 grams of sugar.
Soy milk can have 11 grams of sugar per serving.
Canned sweet peas can have 4 grams of sugar per serving.
According to the American Heart Association (AHA), the maximum amount of added sugars you should eat in a day are (7): Men: 150 calories per day (37.5 grams or 9 teaspoons). Women: 100 calories per day (25 grams or 6 teaspoons).
YOU CAN BOOK IT: Let us please keep swilling Dunkin’ Donuts’ decaf coffee.