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Mississippi Slugburger

The Magnolia State staple that once cost a slug (slang for a nickel) consists of a beef patty mixed with a cheap extender—traditionally cornmeal; in more recent years, soybean meal. Fry it in vegetable oil, add a bun, garnish with mustard, pickle and onions, and you’ve got yourself a sandwich worth celebrating. The annual Slugburger Festival takes place each July in downtown Corinth.

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Arkansas Possum Pie

Butter | Flour | Pecans | Brown Sugar | Cream Cheese | Heavy Cream | Powdered Sugar | Chocolate Pudding | Chocolate Fudge Pudding

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Alabama Lane Cake

Cake Flour | Baking Powder | Salt | Nutmeg | Sugar | Butter | Vanilla or Orange Extract | Milk | Egg Whites | Egg Yolks | Bourbon or Brandy | Raisins | Pecans | Coconut | Cherries or Pineapple

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Florida Key Lime Pie

Graham Cracker Crumbs | Sugar | Butter | Sweetened Condensed Milk | Sour Cream | Key Lime Juice | Egg Yolks | Heavy Cream | Vanilla | Powdered Sugar

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Rankings – Top Rookie Running Backs of 2021 [Pre-Draft]

We’re inching closer to full-on NFL Draft season, so it’s time to start thinking about our dynasty fantasy football teams with NFL free agency kicking off in less than a month. Having just released my top-300 dynasty rankings, believe me when I say that I have a small case of rookie fever.

I previously broke down my top-15 list of incoming rookie wide receivers. Now we move onto the running backs, where landing spots will be even more crucial to determining each player’s ultimate fantasy value.


President Donald Trump is a radical climate-change denier and crusader for deregulation who is trying to gut the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency — an entity critical to protecting the health of all Americans. Trump initially selected as the Administrator of EPA Scott Pruitt, the Attorney General of Oklahoma, who made a career of attacking EPA and lobbying for the oil and gas industry.

Meyers, J. – NE (WR)

NBC Sports Boston’s Tom Curran would “put (his) cash” on Jakobi Meyers being “the most reliable and productive Patriots wideout in 2021.” (7/9)
Advice: A longtime, keen observer of the Pats, Curran joins with the Boston Herald’s Andrew Callahan in predicting Meyers might not fall off as much as people think following the Pats’ offseason spending spree at receiver and tight end. Essentially the only game in town for the Pats’ disastrously-undermanned 2020 receiver corps, Meyers caught 59 balls for 729 yards. Amazingly, he is still looking for his first career score through 85 catches, but the end zone was not a common occurrence for last year’s Cam Newton-led attack. Meyers has more or less been ADP-less so far this spring/summer, typically checking in around the WR80-90 range. He’s a zero-risk flier and a must-add in all formats.
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Miley Cyrus is having sexy interactions on Facetime to avoid risky human contact during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The “Plastic Hearts” singer—who split from Cody Singer last summer—told Howard Stern in an interview this week that she’s been getting freaky with the help of Apple’s popular video calling app.

“I do a lot of FaceTime sex – it’s the safest sex. I’m not getting COVID,” she said in the new interview with Stern.

Reagor, J. – Phi (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Jalen Reagor, WR, Philadelphia Eagles (6/23) Advice: There were some who thought Jalen Reagor would be a Fantasy star as a rookie in 2020, and he flopped. But he could rebound in a big way this season, and he’s worth drafting with a late-round pick in all leagues. The Eagles could need Reagor to potentially be their No. 2 receiver behind rookie DeVonta Smith, and hopefully Reagor delivers. He only had one game with more than nine PPR points in 2020, and he struggled with injuries, missing five games and parts of others. Reagor could see a healthy amount of targets from Jalen Hurts, and that could help Reagor produce in a big way. He profiles as a high-end No. 3 Fantasy receiver if things go right. (
ADP: 11.01 — 16.05
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Born: January 2, 1999, Waxahachie, TX

Green, A.J. – Ari (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for A.J. Green, WR, Arizona Cardinals (6/23) Advice: A.J. Green joined Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals this offseason, but Fantasy managers should be more cautious about adding him to their Fantasy teams. After missing the entire 2019 season, Green did not look like himself in 2020. The 32-year-old set career-lows in catch rate (45.2%), yards per catch (11.1) and yards per game (32.7). While a bounce back is possible, you shouldn’t bet a pick in the first 10 rounds on it. (
ADP: 12.02 — 16.09
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Born: July 31, 1988, Summerville, SC

Chinese Hot and Sour Soup

This restaurant-style Hot and Sour Soup recipe is the best!! It’s quick and simple to make, easy to adapt to your personal taste preferences, and so delicious.

Hurst, H. – Atl (TE)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Hayden Hurst, TE, Atlanta Falcons (6/23) Advice: The Falcons invested a second-round pick in Hayden Hurst when they traded it to the Baltimore Ravens, a franchise that gave up on him just two years after investing the No. 25 overall pick on him. Hurst wasn’t able to replace Austin Hooper’s production in 2020, but in the dead zone that is the TE position in Fantasy after the big three, he finished as a TE1. That won’t be the case in 2021 after the team drafted Kyle Pitts and proceeded to not pick up Hurst’s 2022 fifth-year team option. Hurst seems more likely to be traded or cut than to return Fantasy value on the Falcons in 2021. (

Kualoa Ranch

Take all my money! This was by far The best experience I had while in Hawaii. The UTVs were worth it and it’s especially fun when it rains. The valley looks like nothing you have ever seen before. The green is the greenest green you’ll ever see and the dinosaur bones were the topping on the cake. The views and the photos were gorgeous and out of this world. The guides were even better than I anticipated. I felt safe throughout the entire experience and The facilities were really well-maintained.


Al Pastor | Cheese | Pineapple | Onions | Chili Sauce | Coriander

The Capitol Rioters Attacked Police. Why Isn’t the FOP Outraged?

Police unions aren’t usually bashful about defending officers, but they’ve been conspicuously subdued in discussing the January 6 attacks.

In Chicago, the local FOP president defended the rioters who stormed the Capitol. “You’re not going to convince me that that many people voted for Joe Biden,” he said. “Never for the rest of my life will you ever convince me of that. But, again, it still comes down to proof.” He later apologized.

Fitzpatrick, R. – Was (QB)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Ryan Fitzpatrick, QB, Washington Football Team (6/23) Advice: Ryan Fitzpatrick signed with the Washington Football Team this offseason, and he’s expected to be the starting quarterback to open the year. If he keeps the job all season, he could be a quality Fantasy option in all leagues. For now, plan on drafting Fitzpatrick as a starter in two-quarterback and Superflex leagues with a mid-round pick, and he’s only worth a late-round flier in one-quarterback leagues. In his past two seasons with the Dolphins, Fitzpatrick has scored at least 20 Fantasy points in 12 of his past 14 starts. He has a quality receiving corps in Washington led by Terry McLaurin and Curtis Samuel, and Fitzpatrick isn’t afraid to take chances, which is why we love him. Don’t be surprised if you end up starting Fitzpatrick at some point this season in all leagues, and hopefully he continues to play well as he showed us in Miami these past two years. (
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False Claim of ‘Seized’ Voting Machines in Georgia

Viral posts falsely claim that Dominion voting machines were “seized” in Ware County, Georgia, and that votes were found to have been “switched” for Joe Biden. No such seizure occurred and there was no such finding, according to local and state election officials. Trump handily won the county with 70% of the vote.

Here’s the cynical political reality behind Mitch McConnell bashing big business

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell was blunt in his reaction to Major League Baseball’s decision to move its All-Star Game out of Atlanta this summer following the passage of a series of new election measures by Georgia elected officials.

“Corporations will invite serious consequences if they become a vehicle for far-left mobs to hijack our country from outside the constitutional order,” warned McConnell, adding: “Businesses must not use economic blackmail to spread disinformation and push bad ideas that citizens reject at the ballot box.”

Michigan certifies Biden win; a setback for Trump challenge

Michigan election officials on Monday certified Democrat Joe Biden’s 154,000-vote victory in the state, another setback for President Donald Trump in his futile effort to undermine the results of the Nov. 3 election through baseless legal challenges and unsupported claims of fraud.

An Ex-KGB Agent Says Trump Was a Russian Asset Since 1987. Does it Matter?

During the Soviet era, Russian intelligence cast a wide net to gain leverage over influential figures abroad. (The practice continues to this day.) The Russians would lure or entrap not only prominent politicians and cultural leaders, but also people whom they saw as having the potential for gaining prominence in the future. In 1986, Soviet ambassador Yuri Dubinin met Trump in New York, flattered him with praise for his building exploits, and invited him to discuss a building in Moscow. Trump visited Moscow in July 1987. He stayed at the National Hotel, in the Lenin Suite, which certainly would have been bugged. There is not much else in the public record to describe his visit, except Trump’s own recollection in The Art of the Deal that Soviet officials were eager for him to build a hotel there. (It never happened.)

Trump returned from Moscow fired up with political ambition. He began the first of a long series of presidential flirtations, which included a flashy trip to New Hampshire. Two months after his Moscow visit, Trump spent almost $100,000 on a series of full-page newspaper ads that published a political manifesto. “An open letter from Donald J. Trump on why America should stop paying to defend countries that can afford to defend themselves,” as Trump labeled it, launched angry populist charges against the allies that benefited from the umbrella of American military protection. “Why are these nations not paying the United States for the human lives and billions of dollars we are losing to protect their interests?”

AG Barr: No reason to name special counsels to investigate Hunter Biden or election fraud

Departing Attorney General William Barr continued to distance himself from President Donald Trump, saying Monday that he saw no reason to appoint special counsels to investigate Hunter Biden or unsubstantiated allegations of election fraud.

Barr, who is set to leave office Wednesday, also broke with Trump by publicly blaming Russia for a massive cyber attack that has affected more than a half-dozen government agencies and an untold number of private companies, even as the president pointed the finger at China over the weekend and sought to downplay the breach.

“From the information I have, I agree with Secretary Pompeo’s assessment,” Barr said, referring to State Department chief Mike Pompeo. “It certainly appears to be the Russians, but I’m not going to discuss it beyond that.”

Santa Fe Burger

Ground Chuck or Turkey | Poblano Chile | Black Pepper | Monterey Jack Cheese

Baseless Claim Turns Fake IDs Story into Voter Fraud Tale

A claim being shared on Facebook distorts the facts about fake IDs seized in a Chicago airport this year, baselessly claiming the phony IDs were tied to names “ALL Registered to Vote” as Democrats. Federal authorities announced no connection to a voter fraud scheme, and those making the claim offer no evidence.

Mac Jones Highlights

Alabama QB Mac Jones
Junior 6’3 214 lbs

After losing star QB Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama turned to Mac Jones & the offense hasn’t taken much of a drop off. Of course, it helps to have potential 1st round offensive playmakers in Jaylen Waddle, DeVonta Smith & Najee Harris, but Jones has been the leader. He’s made impressive throws all over the field & has a chance to win the Heisman. While Kyle Trask leads the nation in passing touchdowns, it’s Jones who many view as the current Heisman favorite. This can change, but as of right now Mac Jones is in the driver’s seat leading the No. 1 team in the country.

Viral Photo Doesn’t Show Schiff With Whistleblower

Viral posts are spreading a false claim that a photograph shows Rep. Adam Schiff with the “whistleblower.” The photo was posted by Schiff and shows his family and his daughter’s boyfriend — who is a college student, not an intelligence official.

Sanders, E. – Buf (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Emmanuel Sanders, WR, Buffalo Bills (6/23) Advice: After an impressive but short stint with the 49ers in 2019, Emmanuel Sanders joined the Saints, but he was unable to find his footing in New Orleans. That’s not all that uncommon for WRs coming over to the Saints during the Drew Brees era and dealing with a timing-based passing system. Josh Allen and the Bills should be a much better fit for Sanders’ skill set in 2021 — specifically on improvised plays off schedule and in the deep passing game. He won’t cost much in drafts due to the competition around him and that makes Sanders a priority flier in what should be one of the NFL’s best passing attacks. (
ADP: 10.02 — 17.04
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Born: March 17, 1987, Bellville, TX

Viral Image Shows Outdated Claims About Detroit Voter Rolls

Facebook users are sharing a meme that alleges a host of inaccuracies in Detroit’s voter rolls in the context of the 2020 election. But the claims stem from a 2019 lawsuit that was withdrawn after the group that filed it said the city had taken action on the issues.

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