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The Super Pickle Award: Kind of a Big Dill

At Far Out Awards, we work with all sorts of materials: metals, resins, plastics, foams, glass, ceramic, you get the idea. But when Caroline called on us to make a very special custom trophy for her family reunion we were confronted with a material completely new to us, a plush pickle. 536 more words

A Long Distance Eating Contest: Hiker Hunger

Hiking appetites are like pregnancy appetites….they are constantly evolving, craving new and weird things, and what once was your favorite you now detest.

Recently, I have had several folks write to me requesting information on trail food. 819 more words

Appalachian Trail Thru-hike Journal

Battle of the Stacks King Challenge

Have you seen those big burgers with more than 2 patties in it? In one sitting how many can you eat? If you can eat more than two of it you should have joined the battle of the stacks by Burger king.  175 more words

J-phil Photography

Win in police doughnut-eating contest leads to man's arrest

The sweet victory for a North Carolina man who beat police officers in a doughnut-eating contest this week soured after a newspaper story about the win led to his arrest on breaking and entering charges. 75 more words

LawWTF

Man Wins Police-Sponsored Doughnut-Eating Contest and Then Gets Arrested

O sweet, sweet sadness! A North Carolina man, Bradley Hardison, was arrested this week shortly after winning a police sponsored anticrime doughnut-eating contest at the Elizabeth City Police Department’s National Night Out Against Crime, Reuters… 96 more words

Police arrest man who wins doughnut-eating contest

ELIZABETH CITY, N.C. (AP) — A North Carolina man celebrated out-eating some police officers, only to find out that he couldn’t outrun them.

The Camden County Sheriff’s Office had been looking for 24-year-old Bradley Herbert Hardison of Elizabeth City in connection with two break-ins. 76 more words

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Police arrest man who wins doughnut-eating contest

ELIZABETH CITY, North Carolina (AP) — A North Carolina man celebrated out-eating some police officers, only to find out that he couldn’t outrun them.

The Camden County Sheriff’s Office had been looking for 24-year-old Bradley Herbert Hardison of Elizabeth City in connection with two break-ins. 75 more words

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