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June 5, 1992 | Associated Press
Jackie Zajac and Shiela Mullan have opened Fido's Fast Food in a former Fotomat booth. They say that it's the only drive-through for pets in the Toledo area, but that others exist elsewhere in the country. The menu includes cheeseburgers, french fries, peanut butter bagels, carob drops, people-shaped crackers and catnip. The food is dried, so even the cheeseburgers are crunchy.
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May 23, 2013 | By Amy Hubbard
Charles Ramsey had a Big Mac in hand when he went to help the Cleveland kidnapping victims escape years of captivity. As a reward for his help in the women's release, he's going to get more free hamburgers than you'd really wish on anyone. With his "Chuck Card," according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the hero can walk into more than a dozen northeastern Ohio restaurants and order a hamburger free of charge anytime, any day for the rest of his natural life. MORE: McDonald's replies -- free food for a year It's an outpouring of appreciation for Ramsey, who works as a dishwasher at local restaurant Hodges.
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May 23, 2013 | By Amy Hubbard
Charles Ramsey had a Big Mac in hand when he went to help the Cleveland kidnapping victims escape years of captivity. As a reward for his help in the women's release, he's going to get more free hamburgers than you'd really wish on anyone. With his "Chuck Card," according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the hero can walk into more than a dozen northeastern Ohio restaurants and order a hamburger free of charge anytime, any day for the rest of his natural life. MORE: McDonald's replies -- free food for a year It's an outpouring of appreciation for Ramsey, who works as a dishwasher at local restaurant Hodges.
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June 5, 1992 | Associated Press
Jackie Zajac and Shiela Mullan have opened Fido's Fast Food in a former Fotomat booth. They say that it's the only drive-through for pets in the Toledo area, but that others exist elsewhere in the country. The menu includes cheeseburgers, french fries, peanut butter bagels, carob drops, people-shaped crackers and catnip. The food is dried, so even the cheeseburgers are crunchy.
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December 27, 2008 | From staff reports
As we say each year at this time, television has its Emmys, music has its Grammys and sports has its dummies. There were the obvious ones this year: John Daly, O.J. Simpson, Pacman Jones, Terrell Owens, Sean Avery, Roger Clemens, Marion Jones, Plaxico Burress, Isiah Thomas. In some cases, too obvious. In other cases, too pathetic. These are our dummies for 2008: This item is NOT brought to you by Ben-Gay The American Family Assn. is a Christian organization with a website called onenewsnow.com.
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