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March 2, 2010

The recession tightens its grip ...

chicken wing style... on chicken wings.


Take my onion rings. Take my jalepeno poppers.

But not my chicken wings!

Hee hee.

This sign, spotted at Rafters, is further proof that tough times aren't over yet, folks. Apparently, even Perdue is feeling the pinch.

(Photo by Ryan)

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Posted by Sam Sessa at 8:50 AM | | Comments (8)
Categories: Bars & Clubs


This is too funny!

how DARE they charge 35 cents. HIGHWAY ROBBERY!

It's not just wings, the Friday $5 shrimp at Waterfront is now $7.50.


Purdue is the university in Indiana. Former tech place, had its own locomotive test plant.

PERDUE is the chicken conglomerate.

And don't confuse the Boilermakers with the Broilermakers.

Well, don't forget all those chicken barns on the Eastern Shore that apparently collapsed under the recent snowfall. That's a clear decrease in supply.

@Alexander D. Mitchell IV -- Don't they eat chicken wings in Indiana?

Supply is down accross the country, as one of the primary manufacturers/distributers went bankrupt like a year ago. Less producers simply means a higher price due to less competition

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