Posted by LOTGK on December 2, 2013
After watching episode #8 (Too Far Gone) of AMC’s series The Walking Dead, the Grassy Knoll Institute has uncovered concrete evidence that the Governor is not really dead but very much alive. The Talking Dead episode hosted by Chris Hardwick and guest Robert Kirkman, (Creator of The Walking Dead) confirmed my findings.
Let me explain. In last nights episode, when the Governor was choking the life out of Rick,…
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Posted by LOTGK on November 16, 2013
|Bobby – Teddy – John
The conspiracy began November 22nd, 1963. The united States Of America’s 35th president, John F. Kennedy, was gunned down in cold blood in front of thousands of spectators as his motorcade rolled through Dealey Plaza. Conflicting eye witness accounts of multiple shooters confused police. A puff of smoke and suspicious characters lurking on the grassy knoll was claimed to be seen.
The supposed magic bullet that inflicted seven wounds was scrutinized. The medical examiners office blatant errors and omissions during the make shift autopsy. The Warren commission blundering the investigation from day one.
Oswald proclaiming he was a patsy and that he did not shoot JFK. Jack Ruby silencing Oswald shooting him in the gut as he was being transferred to a maximum security location.
Fifty years later the rest is conspiracy history. Below are the stories and conspiracies surrounding the Kennedy assassination still active today.
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Posted by LOTGK on September 22, 2013
Chili Cheese Dog
As the last day of Summer ended at 4:44 PM today, my thoughts drifted back to Geneva-On-The-Lake. Particularly Eddie’s Grill and their famous cheeseburgers and incredible chili dogs. We were able to get back one more time before the Geneva Strip closed for the Summer and of course stopped at Eddies.
This particular Saturday, the strip, and Eddies was not packed, crowded yes, but not packed. We were lucky to procure a booth inside Eddies. I placed my order at the counter and received my order number and returned to my booth. In less than ten minutes my number was called and I went to retrieve my tray of food.
The foot long chili cheese dog was messy of course but tasted fantastic. The bun fresh and firm, the dog itself hot and well cooked, the cheese plentiful, and the chili topping, very zesty and complimented the hot dog. The foot long should be shared by two people unless you are very hungry.
The fries were standard eddies Grill fries. Good, crispy, and enough to complete the meal.
And of course, the cheeseburger that I had to have. Take a close look at the cheeseburger pictured. Now look at the two pictures of the picture of the cheeseburger on the wall. It is identical right down to the melted dripping cheese coming out of the bun. Truth in advertising. Of course it was very good tasting. A great way to end the Summer season.
See you next year Eddies….
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Posted by LOTGK on September 18, 2013
The first time I went to Cheddars Restaurant it was a very good experience. The food was good, the service great, and the place clean. The second time however, well….
We did get seated right away, however, our waitress took over ten minutes to stop by and ask us what we wanted to drink. We had already made up our minds what we wanted for dinner and proceeded with not only the drinks but dinner as well. I went with the chicken and ribs combo.
Twenty minutes later my dinner arrived. It looked good. It smelled good. But….
In a nutshell, the chicken was under cooked, well, it was barely cooked. The breading was soggy and the inside chicken was cold and chewy. Not a good sign.
The ribs were supposed to be “Fall off the bone” tender. They were not. It was a challenge to get the meat off the bone.
The saving grace was the dessert, croissant rolls. They were tender, flaky, hot, and very good.
The Grassy Knoll Institute scores 2.5 out of 5 shots and recommends Cheddars for dinner just because of the previous experience.
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Posted by LOTGK on July 30, 2013
NCIS Ziva Replacement
NCIS Ziva David Replacement:
The Grassy Knoll Institute reveals credible information and scene stills of Caitlin O’Connor as the new replacement of Cote de Pablo who played Ziva David.
As the season unfolds, Gibbs searches for a replacement for the deceased Ziva and finds agent Bishop, (O’Connor) an undercover Virginia FBI operative working at a carnival. Gibbs likes what he sees and offers the job to Bishop (O’Connor) on the spot. Much like he did with agent Todd.
Gibbs tells Bishop (O’Connor) it won’t be a cake walk and that she will have to jump through some hoops now and again to get the job done. Bishop (O’Connor) replies that she is an expert with hoops.
Spoiler alert! Agent Bishop (O’Connor) will also be McGee’s love interest.
Season 11 premieres September 24th
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