Tuesday, March 24, 2015

The LuLac Edition #2861, March 24th, 2015


The Times Leader recently had a poll that voted Timbers Buffet at Mohegan Sun the Best Buffet in the area. Okay, the problem here is that this buffet in my opinion is low grade food. Plentiful but not terribly nutritious.
Our region gets excited by chains and big meals for low prices. But local eateries have to rely on loyal consumers. There are some class places to eat like Pazzo that promotes quality over quantity. One must make the decision if they want food that will be an experience or just a feeding trough.
Ever see people at a buffet? Very little conversation. A lot of masticating
In terms of a buffet, I'd rather go to a local hotel like the Woods, the Radisson or Genetti's than the Mohegan stampede. Wonder why outsiders look at us with amusement and wonder? Look at the poll.

Tom Wardle is making the rounds in Plains and Laflin in an attempt to become the new magistrate in that 11-03-08 district.
Check out Wardle's Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/wardleforjudge and website http://wardleforjudge.com/ to get a look at the candidate who has set himself apart from the others in this race.


So the County puts outs a mailing and touts winter sports in their newsletter. Great but don 't send it out in March. That said, maybe they were playing to the 2% of people in this area who as spring approaches long for those good old days of snow, wind chills and sleet. But the boys do take a nice picture, heynuh or no? 
Hit it ladies! 


Joseph Shaver saw his fair share of madness and mayhem as the Chief Deputy Coroner for Luzerne County. Shaver was on the scene of many a crime scene in this area and was always regarded as a reliable witness in major cases.
Joe was a member of the U.S. Army Reserve Medical Corps from 1957 to 1963. During that time, he served in several West German hospitals as an X-ray, laboratory and surgical technician from 1957 to 1959. He also served at Fort Chaffee, Arkansas Medical Facility, from 1961 to 1962 during the Berlin Crisis.
Joe also served as deputy coroner of Luzerne County from 1963 to 1969. On Nov. 1, 1969, he was appointed chief deputy coroner, overseeing up to 50 deputy coroners throughout Luzerne County. He remained in this position for 32 years until his retirement in 2001. He died this week at the age of 82 and is well remembered and well regarded. (Partial: Times Leader).


At 10:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Webster sad it best on WILK, where are the sleds?

At 11:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And who are those three guys?

Talking about the Casino Buffett, I hate to be the one to oint it out but it sucks and big time. I know dozens of people who glo to the Casino almost deaily and they have all but given up on it. They prefer a quick burger. Now to add insult to injury, the Casino requires photo ID if yhou try to use a pass at the Buffet, seems they don't want anyone using a free lunch pass that did not lose their a$$ at the slots.


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