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4 thoughts on “Dining with the 1%

    • Phil Williams

      I think it is a reference to the wintertime phenomenon of folks buying up all the bread and milk when snow is predicted around here – the local joke used to be that “Lyin’ Bob” Caldwell , the WLOS weatherman, would get a kickback from “Uncle Bob” Ingle of Ingle’s Markets, for predicting snow and making everyone run out and buy bread and milk….

      • Snowflake (Social Justice Worrier)

        That is really funny. Man, that goes way back.

        • Phil Williams

          Yes, that is from awhile ago – They called Mr. Caldwell “Lyin’ Bob” because WLOS never seemed to hit the snow forecasts right back then. I reckon Mr. Caldwell is still living – I forget when he retired from WLOS – Mr. Ingle passed away a few years ago.

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