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Hot Dog | Mayonnaise | Onions | Poke and Beans | American Cheese | Dill Pickles | Chow Chow Relish | Ketchup | Mustard | Oyster Crackers

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Minnesota Pronto Pups

Pronto Pups have been winning the corn dog race for generations. The light and fluffy batter surrounds a perfectly cooked hot dog with a slight sweetness and a light crisp. No one can resist this amazing flavor combination!

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Minnesota Corn Dog

Deep-fried anything is the epitome of fairground food. These hand-held crispy and sweet State Fair Corn Dogs are the founding father of the state fair food-on-a-stick craze!

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Camarones Tacos

Shrimp | Tomatoes | Onions | Coriander | Mayonnaise | Pico de Gallo | Limes or Lemons

So, hey, it’s August — is Trump being “reinstated” as president or what?

The highly anticipated month of August is finally here, but so far Donald Trump has yet to be reinstated as president.

Many in TrumpWorld have been led to believe — and pushed others to believe — in a grand and “inevitable” to nullify the 2020 election due to baseless claims of fraud, Trump remains far from the reins of power in Washington. Admittedly it’s very early in the month, but the prospects for any sort of Trump reinstatement, powered by a thus-far-imaginary Supreme Court decision, are fading more and more with each passing hour.

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, the likely originator of the idea that Trump would return to power this month, has been boosting the August date for at least the last two months. Until recently, that is, when he began walking back the idea, admitting that his timeline might be off by a few months but saying the momentous occasion would occur on “God’s time.”

Arizona’s Vote Recount

Arizona still hasn’t come to terms with the fact that Donald Trump lost the state election, so they’re recounting the votes for a third time. Jordan Klepper investigates.

Kansas City Dogs

Beef Hot Dogs | BBQ Sauce | Shredded Pork | Pickles | Green Onions | Mustard

Washington opens training camp with NFL’s lowest player vaccination rate. ‘I’m beyond frustrated,’ coach says.

As the Washington Football Team opens training camp, the big question coach Ron Rivera faced was why his team, which was No. 1 in preventing COVID infections last year, is now last in the league in vaccination rate.

According to the Washington Post, just 60% of players have received at least one dose, three points lower than the second-worst team, Indianapolis, and well below the league average of 84%.

Last year at this time, Rivera made a personal plea to the team after he was diagnosed with squamous cell cancer, and doctors warned him of the potential dangers if he contracted the virus.

Trump Calls for Major League Baseball Boycott After It Moves All-Star Game Out of Georgia

Former President Donald Trump thinks it’s time to boycott baseball. Trump called late Friday for a boycott of Major League Baseball after it announced it would be pulling the All-Star Game from Georgia as a protest to the state’s new restrictive voting law. “Baseball is already losing tremendous numbers of fans, and now they leave Atlanta with their All-Star Game because they are afraid of the Radical Left Democrats who do not want voter I.D., which is desperately needed, to have anything to do with our elections,” Trump said in a statement. “Boycott baseball.”

Crowder, J. – NYJ (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Jamison Crowder, WR, New York Jets (6/23) Advice: At the time of publication, Jamison Crowder remains with the Jets, but there’s a chance he could be released or traded prior to training camp because his cap charge is a team-high $11.4 million, including a non-guaranteed $10 million base salary. The Jets also drafted his potential replacement in rookie receiver Elijah Moore, as well as adding Corey Davis and Keelan Cole this offseason. Now, if Crowder remains in New York, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see him still be the Jets’ top slot receiver — and top receiver overall, like he was in 2020 despite appearing in just 12 games. He scored at least 11 PPR points in seven of those outings, and he’s a better Fantasy option in PPR. We’ll see how Crowder does with new quarterback Zach Wilson, but Crowder should be worth drafting with a mid-round pick in PPR and a late-round selection in non-PPR leagues. And even if Crowder changes teams, his Fantasy value will likely be the same given his ability to be one of the top slot receivers in the NFL over the past two seasons. (
ADP: 7.01 — 11.10
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Born: June 17, 1993, Monroe, NC


Over the weekend, The New York Times reported that over the course of the 2020 election, the Trump campaign ripped off unwitting supporters for tens of millions of dollars. It did so through an extremely simple yet wildly deceitful scheme in which the default option for donations authorized the campaign to transfer the pledged amount from people’s bank accounts not once but every single week. Later, the campaign introduced a second prechecked box that doubled a person’s contribution and was known internally as a “money bomb.” In order for people to have picked up on this before it was too late, they would have had to wade through “lines of text in bold and capital letters that overwhelmed the opt-out language.” Few people did, hence why the two and half months leading up the the election, the Trump campaign, the RNC, and their shared accounts were forced to issue a whopping 530,000 refunds worth $64.3 million to online donors

Sutton, C. – Den (WR)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Courtland Sutton, WR, Denver Broncos (6/23) Advice: The hope is that Courtland Sutton comes back better than ever from a torn ACL suffered in Week 1 of last season. The stakes couldn’t be higher — Sutton is entering a contract year and could be among the league’s highest-paid receivers with a big campaign. But when we last saw him regularly in 2019, he had a 58% catch rate (54% from Drew Lock), 7.8 targets per game (8.0 with Lock) and didn’t have to share the field with Jerry Jeudy. Since Sutton’s injury, Lock’s made no improvement as a passer, nor has Jeudy nor fellow 2020 rookie K.J. Hamler become established pass catchers. So there’s certainly a chance Sutton can re-emerge to help Fantasy managers, but it’s going to be tough if he’s sharing targets more frequently and doesn’t have a strong catch rate with them. Round 6 is a good time to add Sutton to rosters as a No. 3 option with No. 2 potential. (
ADP: 4.12 — 8.08
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Born: October 10, 1995, Brenham, TX

Ekeler, A. – LAC (RB)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Austin Ekeler, RB, Los Angeles Chargers (6/23) Advice: Austin Ekeler’s reception-heavy upside carries him as a first-round value in PPR formats, but not necessarily in non-PPR. He followed up his breakout 2019 season with a modest 2020 thanks in part to a hamstring injury that cost him six starts. Still, the Chargers rusher averaged 93.3 total yards per game, just 3.6 yards off his 2019 average. He also averaged 5.4 receptions per game, 0.4 grabs off what he did a year prior. Ekeler has comfortably moved into the lead role, but he still has work to do when it comes to getting carries near the goal line (one last year, six the year before) and heavy workloads (15-plus touches in just 17 of his past 40 games). Maybe that puts Ekeler toward the beginning of Round 2 in non- and half-PPR leagues, but the catches he’ll get from game to game keep him in play as a top-10 overall choice in full PPR. (
ADP: 1.01 — 2.06
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Born: May 17, 1995, Lincoln, NE

Santa Fe Burger

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

Washington Football Team’s addition of QB Ryan Fitzpatrick could spell a career year for WR Terry McLaurin

Few wide receivers have been dealt a tougher hand than Terry McLaurin during his first two seasons in the league, but that could all change thanks to the free-agency acquisition of quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.

The veteran signal-caller agreed to terms with the Washington Football Team on a one-year deal worth $10 million, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Monday. He will enter training camp as the presumptive Week 1 starter, with competition from Taylor Heinicke and Kyle Allen.


The Trump administration has formally revised a proposal that would significantly restrict the type of research that can be used to draft environmental and public health regulations, a measure that experts say amounts to one of the government’s most far-reaching restrictions on science.

Italian Fritto Misto

Hand-rolled pasta and focaccia light enough to defy gravity are only some of the things to ogle over at Emilia, Matt Gallaher’s Italian restaurant in Knoxville, Tennessee. But the chef’s biggest magic trick of all is his fritto misto, which was as shatteringly crisp at the end of a two-hour dinner as it was when the basket of fried seafood and vegetables first hit our table.

Third Wave Automation raises $40M to bring its autonomous forklifts to warehouses

Fresh off a strategic partnership with Toyota Industries Corporation to build an autonomous forklift, Third Wave Automation has snagged another $40 million from investors.

The California-based startup, which was founded in 2018, has raised $40 million in a Series B round led by Norwest Venture Partners, including participation from prior investors Innovation Endeavors and Eclipse, along with Toyota Ventures, according to a Form D filed with regulators. Matt Howard, general partner at Norwest Venture Partners, will join Third Wave’s board of directors.

Peruvian Tiradito

Fresh White Fish | Yellow Aji Peppers | Limes | Lemons | Oranges | Cilantro | Ginger | Garlic | Corn | Hot Pepper

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. (

Henry, H. – NE (TE)

2021 fantasy player outlook for Hunter Henry, TE, New England Patriots (6/23) Advice: Hunter Henry’s Fantasy prospects seem very different now that he’s with the Patriots. While New England’s offense figures to be a little more pass friendly in 2021, Henry is one of several new parts of this offense. Competing for targets is nothing new for Henry, who had a career-best 6.6 per game in 2020 with the Chargers. However, in 55 career games, Henry has scored 21 times and has just 13 outings with at least 70 yards. His PPR per-game average tumbled from 12.1 to 10.0 last season, and with 10 career catches on passes 20-plus yards downfield, he’s never been a legit deep threat. If you’re starting Henry, you’re hoping he scores, and in this version of the Patriots offense, that’s tough to count on from week to week. Henry is no better than a late-round flier with uncertain expectations — don’t take him until Round 11 at the earliest. (

Kupp, C. – LAR (WR)

Cooper Kupp Fantasy Football Outlook (2021) (7/9) Advice: It seemed like the Rams wanted to stretch the middle of the field with Kupp at times over the last couple years, though Jared Goff’s inability to accurately throw the ball downfield hindered Kupp’s upside. Of the eight deep targets he saw in 2020, just one was catchable. Kupp’s not a burner by any means, but if he doesn’t have splash plays, he’s not going to be anything more than a boring PPR asset. There’s more to his game than what we’ve seen, and it’s possible that Matthew Stafford unlocks it. He should be treated as a safe, high-floor WR2. (
ADP: 3.01 — 6.10
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Born: June 15, 1993, Yakima, WA

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