Author Archives: Zander Buel

PKFC: Prom King Fried Chicken

We’ve all downed a bucket of KFC at least once but likely never pondered what fried chicken legs would look like as an accessory. Thanks to KFC’s new marketing strategy, our minds are at ease. The KFC drumstick corsage, limited … Continue reading

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Taco Bell Crosses Breakfast Border

Taco Bell diners have all pondered the implications of eating their food after midnight. Well, now we can know for sure, thanks to Taco Bell’s new breakfast menu. The new menu comes complete with new items such as the A.M. … Continue reading

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LGBT or Arizona a Winner in SB 1062 Bout?

At this point, it’s unlikely to be unaware of what transpired in Arizona, the ruling of SB 1062, a bill meant to protect the religious freedom of business owners. Brewer’s veto was celebrated among gay rights advocates everywhere. And it’s … Continue reading

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So ‘Over’ It: AP Loses ‘More Than’ Style

Over and more than have always been used interchangeably in day-to-day conversation, much to the chagrin of people who root themselves in Associated Press style, like journalists and copy editors. So when AP officially announced that more than and over … Continue reading

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ComWarner Newest Friend or Foe

Two cable giants finally merged. Comcast bought Time Warner for $45.2 billion. If the deal is approved by the FCC, it will be the biggest provider for television channels and Internet connections in the nation, rivaling DirecTV, phone companies and … Continue reading

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Outing Identity Leads To Lethal Consequences

Essay Anne Vanderbilt, scientist and aerospace designer of the Yar Golf putter, was found dead in her home in Gilbert. Cause of death: Suicide. Vanderbilt’s revolutionary club, dubbed the Oracle GXI, was said to change the nature of the game … Continue reading

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