Writer Morgan Greenwald's article on McDonald's fries refers to the leftover garbage in the McDonald's fry oil as "gook." I am offended by the use of a derogatory term for asian people in your article. Are your editors oblivious to the term? There are far more appropriate words out there like crumbs, junk, and garbage. Please do better.1st ranked
Stop exaggerating. Justin Chan on the article,"White chef...". You guys must be desperate (for readers). Are you even a real writer???
"WHITE CHEF THREATENS TO SUE VIETNAMESE AMERICAN WOMAN FOR CORRECTING HIS SPELLING OF VIETNAMESE FOOD"- Justin Chan. This article is inciting a race war. Shame on you. He is Serbian.1st ranked
This is a tip for Kelsey Weekman. When you write a phony story like the one about the woman being hunted at Target
To Kelsey Weekman, when you write a phony story like the one about a woman being hunted in Target, put the effort into it to make the story sound at least plausible.
Otherwise, you should be ashamed of the garbage story you wrote.1st ranked
Regarding https://www.intheknow.com/2020/05/02/best-weeder-gardening-tool/ which states, "This gardening tool lets you weed your yard without bending over" You need to take a good look at the video you have for I see the guy "bending over".1st ranked
Tell your writer "Dillon Thompson" that there is a big difference between an astrologer and an astronomer. Apparently he didn't get that in :
Whoever typed this, knows nothing about grammar! You start sentences with capital letters. Also, they need to spell check. article: https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/woman-finds-her-tiffany-engagement-171621109.html1st ranked
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