Your daily constitutional scholar, with a degree from Hannity University.
Note guy is correct. Add the fact that the suspect can’t even speak, let alone acknowledge his Miranda rights, and your reliance on Glenn Greenwald and you’re being a dumbass here.
No matter what you agree with, there IS a public safety exception, and insofar as the image mentions it, the image is correct. I think it’s bullshit, but it DOES exist. Does it apply in the current Boston event? I don’t think so, unless they reasonably think he has more bombs set to go off in the IMMEDIATE future.
IDK why tumblr is not letting me publish asks, but Duff’s for sure. Both are generally crowded and inconvenient, though.
We usually order from Just Pizza, which, contrary to its name, has pretty good wings and other stuff. DiMarco’s is good if you’re in Kenilworth or University Heights neighborhoods, which is where we got them when I was growing up.
I like my wings barbecue or medium, and the Mister eats his hot. And always blue cheese, never ranch. Keep your ranch shit away from my wings.
Bonus response you didn’t ask for, Mike’s Subs has the greatest chicken finger subs in the known universe.
Duff’s FTW. It’s definitely the sauce/skin that makes it better…I will have to check out the other places you recommended next time I am in Buffalo. Thanks!
I find Duff’s to be good, but very overrated. They have become the “trendy” pick for best wings in Buffalo, but it just isn’t true. They are too saucy, to the point where the wings come out swimming in a bowl of the sauce. I like my wings crispy, where the sauce seeps right into the skin perfectly. Anchor Bar does that better, and the sauces are quite comparable in taste.
“Best wings in Buffalo” is really a silly argument: you can go to any local pizza joint and they will have incredible wings. I live in South Buffalo and have become quite partial to Mineo’s. I grew up in EA, though, and I’d probably rank Pasquale’s as some of the best ever, definitely in the running for best in Buffalo area.
A miniature model of Hiroshima before and after the bomb hit. At the Memorial Peace Museum in Hiroshima.
I’ve been there. I walked and saw that dome in person as well. There aren’t words for what I felt in that museum, looking at stopped watches and charred finger flesh. Angry? Humbled? Disgusted? All combined with an indescribable sadness.