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Disgusting Video Exposes FOUL Thing KFC Has Been Secretly Feeding Customers For Months!

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A disgusting YouTube video is making its rounds on the internet clearly showing employees at a KFC restaurant explaining what happens behind the scenes.

And what they are showing us isn’t “Finger Lickin Good!”

The video allegedly exposes the disgusting way the franchise re-uses dirty macaroni and cheese cups, how they freeze green beans in cold water, and sell old chicken which one employee describes as being covered in mildew and mold.

https://youtu.be/AkO9kTfDtjg

In the released footage, an employee starts filming while a colleague cleans up as he’s closing for the day.

He sets the tone for the video by saying, “So what do you want the world to know about KFC?” He can clearly be seen lifting a bowl of green beans from the refrigerator which are already soaking in the murky looking water, before reaching for some old cups and adding more to the bowl which he claims have been around for over 3 days.

He later is seen showing a batch of macaroni and cheese which he claims are burnt and have been around for over 4 days.

I have to say, Kentucky Fried Chicken isn’t a place I frequent often, but the times I have been there, maybe 2 or 3 times a year, the food has always been fresh and flavorful. Their food has never made me sick in any way. If I would have ever been served four-day-old moldy chicken, macaroni or green beans, trust me, I would have noticed.

The Balance Reports:

Colonel Sanders Bio – Kentucky Fried Chicken Story

In 1952 at the age of 65, when most people are looking at slowing down and retiring, Harland David Sanders began Kentucky Fried Chicken. We are fortunate that Colonel Harland Sanders did not believe in the adage that “the future belongs to the young,” or we would likely have never tasted the “finger lickin’” fried chicken we all so much enjoy today. KFC is arguably one of the most widely recognized brands worldwide, and the Colonel is one of the pioneers of modern franchising.

The Early Years
Harland Sanders was born on a farm in Indiana. Lying about his age, he joined the U.S. Army in 1906 and was stationed in Cuba. His rank of Colonel did not come though from his military career, however. That honorary title was given to him twice, once by Kentucky Governor Ruby Laffoon in 1935, and again in 1950 by Governor Lawrence Wetherby.

While not as flamboyant and certainly without much of the drama, in many ways, Harland’s childhood was very similar to that of one of his early franchisees, Dave Thomas, the founder of Wendy’s. Harland grew up poor and needed to become self-sufficient at an early age. Following his father’s death when Harland was only six, his mother’s work kept her away from home for extended periods and young Harland needed to learn to cook and care for his siblings. By the time he turned ten he took a job as a farmhand and, during his life before KFC, he painted horse carriages, was a streetcar conductor, insurance salesman, railroad fireman, blacksmith’s helper, cleaned ashbins on trains, operated a ferry boat on the Ohio River, sold life insurance, sold automobile tires, became a midwife delivering babies, managed a gasoline service station, and was secretary at the Columbus, Indiana Chamber of Commerce.

Ultimately Colonel Sanders obtained his law degree by taking correspondence courses from LaSalle Extension University and began a short three-year law practice in the justice-of-the-peace courts in Little Rock, Arkansas. His legal career ended after he got into a fistfight with one of his clients.

In 1930 Sanders became a franchisee of Shell Oil Company and, to improve his sales, began to sell chicken dishes, steak, ham, and other comfort food to his customers.

His original restaurant was a kitchen table he placed in front of the service station and eventually he opened up Sander’s Café, his first restaurant, across the street from the service station. Because he felt it took too long to cook, his original restaurant did not start out serving fried chicken.That did not come until later when he developed his secret recipe of 11 herbs and spices and began to cook his chicken in a pressure cooker. I recall Dave Thomas telling me that one of the dangers of the Colonel’s cooking process was that the pressure cookers frequently exploded.

Sanders was an aggressive marketer of his restaurant and service station, and his talent and temper landed him in a bit of trouble with one of his local competitors. Sanders began to paint advertising for his service station and restaurant on barns for miles around his location. One of his competitors, Matt Stewart, who operated a nearby Standard Oil station, took exception to the Colonel’s advertising and began to paint over his signs. Sanders went to see Stewart, accompanied by two Shell executives. During the confrontation, Stewart shot and killed Robert Gibson, one of Shell’s district managers and during the fight, Sanders shot Stewart and wounded him in the shoulder.

Stewart was convicted of murder, but the charges against Sanders were dropped after his arrest.

The Kentucky Fried Chicken Franchise Begins
Sanders successfully operated a motel with an attached 140-seat restaurant in Asheville, North Carolina during the 1940s, but during World War II with gas rationing, the motel and restaurant began to fail. It was in that restaurant that he perfected his secret recipe and began cooking his chicken in a pressure cooker because it was faster than pan frying. The Sanders Court & Café was popular with travelers on their way to Florida through the town of Corbin, Kentucky but when Interstate 75 was built in the 1950s, bypassing the town, Sanders was forced to retire and sell the restaurant. In 1952, living on his $105 a month social security check, Colonel Sanders embarked on his last career.

Sanders began traveling across the country, cooking along the way, determined to franchise his fried chicken. Many of the restaurant owners he met laughed at his signature dress of a starched white shirt, black tie, and white jacket and pants. There is a wonderful picture of the Colonel and Dave Thomas both wearing the Colonel’s signature attire.

Pete Harman was a friend of Sanders and operated one of the largest restaurants in Salt Lake City. Persuading Harman to begin selling his recipe chicken in his “Do Drop Inn” restaurant was a success, increasing sales by 75%. It was Don Anderson, a painter hired by Harman, who came up with the name Kentucky Fried Chicken and it was Harman that created the original bucket that still exists today. Soon several more restaurant owners signed franchise agreements with Sanders for the princely franchise fee of four (4) cents per chicken.

It was during this early period that the Colonel met Dave Thomas. Dave at the time was working as a cook for the Clauss family operators of the Hobby House restaurants. It was Dave who developed the classic wobbly red-and-white striped chicken bucket that became the classic sign outside of each Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant, and who also streamlined the method of delivery by creating the “snake” line still used today in many restaurants. Against the Colonel’s advice, Dave took over eight failing restaurants and was so successful in turning them around that he was able to sell the restaurants and begin his own chain of hamburger restaurants, named after his daughter Melinda Lou “Wendy” Thomas.

By 1964 there were over 600 franchised Kentucky Fried Chicken locations in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, England and Jamaica. At the age of 73, Harland sold most of Kentucky Fried Chicken to John Y. Brown and Jack Massey for two million dollars, retaining Canada for himself and excluding England, Florida, Utah and Montana that he had already sold to others.

Sanders continued visiting Kentucky Fried Chicken locations and, as its brand ambassador, filmed many TV commercials and made personal appearances. Heublein purchased the company in 1971, and following their acquisition Colonel Sanders began to criticize the company’s products in colorful terms, calling the gravy “god-damned slop” or “wallpaper paste to which sludge has been added” and describing Heublein’s executives as “a bunch of booze hounds.” While still its brand ambassador, he and his wife Claudia opened “The Colonel’s Lady’s Dinner House” restaurant in Shelbyville, Kentucky, in 1968. Heublein tried to stop the couple from opening the restaurant and in settling the dispute, Sanders received $1 million in exchange for his promise to stop criticizing Kentucky Fried Chicken’s food and was allowed to open his restaurant. Renamed the “Claudia Sanders Dinner House,” the restaurant was the only non-Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant to serve a true version of Sander’s original recipe. The restaurant was sold in the 1970s.

Colonel Harland Sanders died in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1980 and his wife Claudia died in 1997.

Kentucky Fried Chicken continues to be a well-known franchise brand, currently ranking #41 on Entrepreneur’s “Franchise 500” list, and with over 500 new locations added within the past year.

there are no children today who do not know about KFC….hmmm yummy…

There is no doubt this video’s claims should be investigated, but the people who filmed this need to also to be investigated. Maybe they are telling the truth and are just an accessory to this sick deed, or maybe they are the ones who are doing this out of laziness since cooking fresh food takes time and effort.

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Michelle LOSES IT After What Barack Gave ‘White Woman’ He Slept With Suddenly Surfaces

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Nobody likes to hear about their spouse’s former love affairs. However, even if you’ve successfully put it behind you, when you put yourself in the public eye, you won’t be able to ignore it for long. In the case of the highest job in the land, any exes will be dug up and interrogated by the media relentlessly.

We’ve witnessed an example of this recently with the President Trump’s ex-wives and even ex-girlfriends being trotted out and examined for some thread of evidence that can be used against him. While President Trump has been pretty upfront about his life up to this point, the ever-mysterious Barry Obama was a little less forthcoming.

Even if we skip over the issue of his birth, we come to another sticking point when the issue of his personal life. The former President and First Lady made a huge show of having the perfect marriage. They had their whispering and giggling making them look like glorified school children on some days. And while that might be believable to some, the exes have another story to tell.

Love letters: The letters by a young Barack Obama, pictured, in the 80s are to his first serious girlfriend Alexandra McNear

Just a few months ago we heard from one ex-girlfriend who wrote a book about her time dating the former POTUS, and now according to the Daily Mail another has turned over some letters that were written to her by good old Barry:

“The nine letters, sent by Obama to his college girlfriend Alexandra McNear were unveiled by Emory University today where they will be placed in an archive. 

Written in the 1980s, the future president tells McNear about his feelings on making love, racial issues, money struggles and his plans for a political future. 

The pair broke up in the mid-80s and McNear went on to work in green energy and marry a Serbian boxer. Obama moved on to his second love Genevieve Cook before marrying Michelle.  

In one of the letters – from September 1982 – he writes: ‘I trust you know that I miss you, that my concern for you is as wide as the air, my confidence in you as deep as the sea, my love rich and plentiful,’ before signing it ‘Love, Barack.'”

The nine letters, sent by Obama to his college girlfriend Alexandra McNear, are being made public to researchers through Emory University's Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library

 You might be wondering where you can read more about these letters between the former President and his first real live girlfriend (though I don’t know why you would) or why these are being brought up now. Apparently, there are people in this world who want this to be put into book form. At least one person thinks that, because Professor Andra Gillispie is writing a book about Obama and including this love affair in her work.

 Emory University professor Andra Gillispie, director of Emory’s James Weldon Johnson Institute for the Study of Race and Difference, is using the letters in an upcoming book about Obama. She said they span the end of the pair’s relationship.

‘I think of you often, though I stay confused about my feelings,’ Obama wrote to McNear in 1983. ‘It seems we will ever want what we cannot have; that’s what binds us; that’s what keeps us apart.’

The letters provide a fascinating insight into Obama’s relationship with McNear, who is now a mother-of-one last known to be running a green energy company and living in a $2million mansion in Sag Harbor, New York. “

There you have it, folks.  The world is about to be treated to a look at the inner workings of the mind of Barrack Obama. If Michelle thinks she loves these letters being out now, just wait till all the loyal Obama fans snatch this book up and keep it on their nightstand, treasuring every juicy detail.

[H/T: Daily Mail]

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Anti-American NFL Commissioner Obliterated For Alarming Message He Hid In Plain Sight During Presser

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No matter your political leanings, it’s safe to say that most wouldn’t want to trade places with the National Football League’s commissioner, Roger Goodell. Goodell has the weight of the entire NFL anthem protest sitting squarely on his shoulders and both sides want him to go in their direction.

Even though it’s clear to every patriot what Goodell should do, we can probably all appreciate what a frustrating position he is in. If he sides with the boycotters, he faces the wrath of some football players that are pretty large, and think they’re in charge. But now that he’s sided with the those who want to continue their protest, he is risking the entire league go out of business.

The boycott that patriotic Americans have been supporting has been so effective that every single week the numbers of those watching the games gets lower and lower. It’s unclear what would prompt Goodell and the others in charge of this show to not give in to what America wants, but it is clear that it’s starting to wear Goodell down. Grabien reported about Goodell’s speech shortly after the most recent meeting between the league and the teams. The commissioner is obviously buckling under the stress that frustrated former fans are putting on him:

“Over the last two days, Goodell has huddled with NFL team owners and the Players Association. Speaking to the press about how he intends to salvage the season, Goodell came up incomplete. As he fumbled for words, a very odd verbal tic emerged.

Over the course of about 20 minutes before the press, Goodell used the same two words no fewer than 45 times.”

If you’d like to count for yourself, here’s the bulk of the press conference that Goodell held after the meeting with the players and team owners.

Being the NFL commissioner is already a tough job, but one that he’s paid well for. The problem that this commissioner is having is that he’s facing problems that no one wrote a manual for. The league is going down the drain and the only thing that he can do about it is something he’s unwilling to do; make his players mad.

“Without a doubt this is already an NFL season Roger Goodell can’t wait to drop kick into distant memory. As players’ political activism increasingly encroaches onto the playing field, ratings are getting blitzed.

Over the first six weeks, NFL ratings are down 7.5 percent as compared to last season, per Nielsen. They’re down 18.7 percent from the 2015 season. (Commenting last year on the decline, Goodell punted, blaming the presidential election for America’s fading interest.)

Faced with such awful stats, it’s incontrovertible that if Goodell were himself a player, he’d have already been cut.

But Goodell is clearly intent on retaining possession of his commissionership. His game plan appears to be encouraging players to remain committed to ‘the issues in their communities’ while also telling fans he agrees these athletes should stand for the national anthem.”

What Goodell is willing to do is straddle the fence, and act like he’s not taking a side at all. In the moments following that meeting, when the world wanted to know if the NFL would stand up for American values, Goodell said that while he wanted the players to act patriotic, the league would not force them to be. Instead, Goodell attempted to steer frustration of Americans toward the players, and away from himself.

Bleacher Report wrote:

“We spent today talking about the issues players are trying to bring attention to,” he said (via ESPN.com). “Issues in our communities, to make our communities better.”Goodell sent a memo to all 32 NFL owners last week in which he also said the league believes everyone should stand for the anthem.

“It is an important moment in our game,” Goodell’s memo said. “We want to honor our flag and our country, and our fans expect that of us.”

The good news for Goodell is that if the NFL fires him (which at this point many expect) he might have a future in politics. His noncommittal reassurances are something that those on Capitol Hill would be proud of. We all know perfectly well that the league is well within their powers to tell the players what they can and can’t do while the cameras are on them. Goodell is obviously feeling the pressure, and with good reason as he’s complicit in one of the worst displays of disrespect toward this great nation to take place on its shores.

[H/T: Grabien]

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Entire Broncos Team Just Woke To WORST News Of The Season After They Didn’t Listen – Too Late Now

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They say if you want to know why something is happening, all you have to do is follow the money.  Unfortunately for the NFL, they grossly miscalculated what would be the results of their stance on the National Anthem protest started by Colin Kaepernick and all of those supporting the Black Lives Matter movement.

The plan was obviously to bring awareness to an issue that they considered to be problematic, however, all they seem to have drawn awareness to is the rampant nature of the entitled racist mindset held by many players that most of the NFL fans wanted to overlook. In the case of the Denver Broncos, their plight is worse than most. Not only do they have to deal with the league itself tanking as the ratings and ticket sales go down the drain, their local sponsors are pulling away from them in droves.

Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall was at one time a college teammate of Kaepernick and an early convert to the cause. This caused Marshall to lose some of his personal endorsements, but even bigger than that is the mass exodus from the team itself. Westword reports that local radio stations are starting to lose advertisers for the slots taken up during the broadcasts of the Broncos games.

“At least two advertisers have asked that their commercials no longer run during KOA‘s radio broadcasts of Denver Broncos games because they’re upset by national anthem-related demonstrations prior to the kickoff of NFL games.

‘Yeah, there’s been a couple’ that have pulled out, confirms Tim Hager, market manager for iHeartMedia’s Denver stations, including KOA, ‘and that’s the rationale.'”

No matter what the entitled millionaires think, the small business in the heartland just aren’t going to want to be associated with a group that is against everything we stand for.

“Controversy bubbled up again last month when teams throughout the league took part in various protests before and during the playing of the anthem — and this time around, there was fallout for Von Miller, the Broncos’ biggest star. Miller’s decision to take a knee, along with dozens of teammates, was followed by reports that Phil Long Dealerships had dropped him as an endorser. Miller’s reps subsequently insisted that his deal with the company had lapsed months earlier and negotiations were ongoing — but a statement from the firm strongly suggested that he shouldn’t hold his breath waiting for a new pact to be signed. It read in part: ‘When we bring in celebrities to represent us, we run the risk of being misinterpreted.'”

Tim Hager with former Broncos and current Orange and Blue Radio personalities Ray Crockett and Steve Atwater at a Broncos game last month.

Basically what Phil Long Dealerships is saying is that when they  entrust their name to a celebrity, their reputations are entwined at that time. In other words, if that celeb acts badly, it reflects badly on the business that they’re endorsing. We’ve seen this in the past with other businesses who got mud on their face because someone that they entrusted with their brand acted badly.

“Hager characterizes [their reasons for pulling their ads] as general displeasure with the NFL over the controversy.

In response, he says, ‘we immediately found ways for the advertisers to get their message out and support what they wanted to support. And we’ve also been airing the national anthem in our game broadcasts, which we didn’t do before this year. So we’ve found ways to strengthen what we’re doing.'”

Americans are still working on wearing down the NFL on a national level, but at least for now the local stations are beginning to see just how importation patriotism is to the American people. It was one thing when an individual player wasn’t willing to respect the flag, but with signs of disrespect across virtually every team in the league, it’s a problem too large to ignore.

“Television ratings for NFL contests are reportedly down by 7.5 percent compared to this time last year, and many pundits think the protests are one of the main reasons. However, Hager says KOA’s broadcasts, starring new booth-mates Dave Logan and Rick Lewis, haven’t suffered the same fate.

 [Hager] acknowledges that ‘there was a groundswell immediately after [the September protest] happened, but that’s calmed down. Right now, I’m not seeing anything that has me overly concerned.’

Good thing, because iHeartMedia recently launched Orange and Blue Radio, a station at 760 AM that boasts of being all Broncos, all the time. And more kneeling by Denver players could be very bad for business.”

There’s going to come a time very soon when the Broncos and all the other teams who insist on being disrespectful will have to choose between their principles and staying in business. This isn’t an issue that Americans are ready to let go, probably because it’s chipping away at the very foundation of our country’s ability to stay free. The sooner this protest is put to rest, the more likely we will be able to show the rest of the world that those of us with integrity are still indivisible.

[H/T: Westword]

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