A social media manager for Wendy's simply responded, "18 million", but had no idea what would happen next. "Consider it done", Wilkerson replied. The fast-food chain's response on twitter of "18 Million" set off the race. Since the #NuggsforCarter trend began to pick up, the teenager obviously became a viral celebrity , with a "verified" checkmark for his Twitter account.
Cinco de Mayo is Friday and Chef Alexis Samayoa of Espita Mezcalaria is in the studio with Eun Yang to make tostadas, the ideal Cinco de Mayo party food. Tijuana Flats: You can enjoy $2 Mexican draft beers on May 5, as well as $2 tacos, chips and salsa, and churros throughout Cinco De Mayo weekend.
The House voted 93-49 to approve the bill Wednesday, with four Democrats voting for and two Republicans voting against it. "This would allow adoption agencies to turn away qualified, loving parents who are perhaps ideal in every way because the agency has a difference in religious belief", said Catherine Oakley, a senior legal counsel for the Human Rights Campaign, told NBC .
While the Amazin's haven't announced a disabled list placement for Cabrera yet, it wouldn't surprise any of us for them to announce that at some point on Monday. "Somebody said check the internet, and it just kind of blew up from there", the backup catcher said Saturday. When you combine declining K/BB ratio more men are on base, increasing his pitch count first off, but also giving teams more of a chance to drive in runs.
Puerto Rico has been protected from litigation through a temporary stay, created to buy time for talks, that expires at midnight on Monday. "A Title III filing at this point in time enables Puerto Rico to freeze numerous lawsuits , maintain essential services for its residents, and rely on a court-driven restructuring process to objectively determine respective creditors' rights", said Susheel Kirpalani of law firm Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan in the statement.
Although it is a major victory for President Donald Trump , the bill is far from becoming law. Many rank and file Republicans were grumbling that party leaders and President Trump forced them to vote on an unpopular bill that may never see the light of day in the Senate.