Lucky for me, Bill Draper — husband of Shirley, the woman named as the displayer of the lawn ornament — called this afternoon. The original reporting, he said, didn’t give the full story, and he wants his and his wife’s side told.
Whether it’s over parties that are too loud, dogs that bark in the middle of the night or some crazy Christmas lights display, disputes between neighbors are just another part of living where you live. But leave it to a Tonawanda resident to take things to a whole new level with a very…er, “member”-able…lawn ornament.
You’ve been belted in and blasted off, and now you’re inching your way to the “best” part of one of Darien Lake‘s rides — the big drop, the giant loop, the moment in the ride where your stomach feels like it’s going to fall out. There’s nothing quite like that feeling you get when you realize you’re questionably fastened into something that’s designed to make you scream, cry, throw up or do all three.
After the Supreme Court today voted to uphold Obamacare, CNN got to work reporting the decision, as any good news organization would. The problem is, they got it wrong. But they weren’t alone: The Buffalo Newsreported the decision incorrectly, too. So did Fox News, but, really, what did you expect?
The reporting gaffe spawned a rash of fake CNN headlines on Twitter, which got me thinking: What fake headlines would Buffalonians love to see pop up on the national (or, heck, even local) news?
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