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(Lexington Herald Leader)   Bricks fall off wall at J.M. Smucker's Kentucky factory, will be cleaned up in a Jif   (kentucky.com) divider line
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2021-02-25 10:07:25 PM  
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The Jif factory's "pollution" is the smell of roasting peanuts. It's one of the great things about Lexington; the wind shifts and the air smells like roasting peanuts. Pretty awesome, really.

Unless you're downwind from Gary. Then the air smells like electric chili pepper death.

/fu*king Gary...
 
2021-02-26 2:43:00 AM  
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Eric Shun: The Jif factory's "pollution" is the smell of roasting peanuts. It's one of the great things about Lexington; the wind shifts and the air smells like roasting peanuts. Pretty awesome, really.

Unless you're downwind from Gary. Then the air smells like electric chili pepper death.

/fu*king Gary...


The Smuckers plant in Orrville OH smells like cooking fruit. It is a nice pleasant smell, especially on a nice summer day.
 
2021-02-26 12:50:16 AM  
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Don't try to run out of a brick building if the ground starts shaking.
 
2021-02-25 11:32:27 PM  
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I can only assume the baseball bat was used to knock down the bricks.
 
2021-02-25 9:39:43 PM  
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That's disgusting.  All this time you've been pronouncing it, "jif"?
 
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