The Bills Trend, Pumpkin Spice Arrives and Some Guy Eats Counterfeit Money [BUFFALO TWEETS OF THE WEEK]
Let’s start with the serious stuff and work down to ubiquitous fall flavor.
Today is the 11th anniversary of 9/11, and we will never forget where we were on that on that September day. That said, Margaret Sullivan, former Buffalo News editor who has assumed the role of public editor at the New York Times, says coverage at the Times will be more “muted” this year.
Closer to home, @Buffalogal is raising money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Give her a hand, would ya?
Sabres defenseman Tyler Myers is back in the B-Lo, and given the Bills’ performance, I think we’re all hoping we can avoid this looming lockout thing.
In news of the weird, Complex Magazine published an article about some guy who tried to pay for food at an amusement park with counterfeit money. When he was found out, he attempted to eat the $1,200 worth of bills.
Over the weekend, we endured an ugly Bills loss. Prior to that, #BillsIn5Words was actually trending on Twitter.
Then things got ugly.
And on the lighter side of things, the area has been taken over by an army of pumpkin spice things.
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