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October 31, 2013
Good News, Rooster Sauce Fans: Prices won’t be going up on your favorite condiment…yet. Judge Robert H. O’Brien refused to order Huy Fong Foods to close their factory in Irwindale, CA, despite allegations that fumes produced during chile harvest season create some minor health issues for local residents. The ruling isn’t a permanent one, but rather a refusal to close the factory prior to a formal hearing on the matter, currently scheduled to take place on November 22. (Photo via cookbookman17) source

Good News, Rooster Sauce Fans: Prices won’t be going up on your favorite condiment…yet. Judge Robert H. O’Brien refused to order Huy Fong Foods to close their factory in Irwindale, CA, despite allegations that fumes produced during chile harvest season create some minor health issues for local residents. The ruling isn’t a permanent one, but rather a refusal to close the factory prior to a formal hearing on the matter, currently scheduled to take place on November 22. (Photo via cookbookman17) source

14:19 // 11 months ago
October 29, 2013
Are you a fan of Sriracha? If so, we’d suggest picking up a few extra bottles soon. The town of Irwindale, CA has filed a lawsuit against Huy Fong Foods, demanding the company halt operations at its local factory after many residents began complaining of burning eyes, lungs and occasional headaches. The company plans to fight the lawsuit, but founder David Tran says consumers can expect Sriracha prices to increase “a lot” if Irwindale forces the plant to close. According to Tran, Huy Fong Foods is currently producing 200,000 bottles of Sriracha per day, all of which are pre-sold, but the company is still struggling to meet demand as is. A judge is expected to issue a ruling on the matter this Thursday. (Photo via ilovememphis) source

Are you a fan of Sriracha? If so, we’d suggest picking up a few extra bottles soon. The town of Irwindale, CA has filed a lawsuit against Huy Fong Foods, demanding the company halt operations at its local factory after many residents began complaining of burning eyes, lungs and occasional headaches. The company plans to fight the lawsuit, but founder David Tran says consumers can expect Sriracha prices to increase “a lot” if Irwindale forces the plant to close. According to Tran, Huy Fong Foods is currently producing 200,000 bottles of Sriracha per day, all of which are pre-sold, but the company is still struggling to meet demand as is. A judge is expected to issue a ruling on the matter this Thursday. (Photo via ilovememphis) source

17:58 // 11 months ago
October 22, 2013
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October 17, 2013

Computer glitches likely to blame for slightly reduced jobless claim numbers

  • 358K Americans filed jobless claims last week, down roughly fifteen thousand from the six-month peak reported last week, but more than twenty thousand claims higher than the 335,000 that analysts were expecting. Worse, the number could rise, as California is currently struggling with a series of computer woes that have slowed the state’s ability to process new applications. The four-week moving average also rose by nearly 12K to 336,500 weekly claims. source
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October 1, 2013
jenjay:

jakefogelnest:

BREAKING NEWS

Thanks, Obama. No, seriously, thanks.

“The last time I made a movie was seven years ago and that’s because we’re not being competitive.” Quick, somebody needs to tell him California produces Schneider-free films, too. The conservative Washington Times, ever eager to bolster the impact of this seismic shift, referred to him as “Hollywood star Rob Schneider” — though when it comes to actually working in the golden state, he prefers to lavish us with World Series DVD narrations and anti-vaccine hysteria.

jenjay:

jakefogelnest:

BREAKING NEWS

Thanks, Obama. No, seriously, thanks.

“The last time I made a movie was seven years ago and that’s because we’re not being competitive.” Quick, somebody needs to tell him California produces Schneider-free films, too. The conservative Washington Times, ever eager to bolster the impact of this seismic shift, referred to him as “Hollywood star Rob Schneider” — though when it comes to actually working in the golden state, he prefers to lavish us with World Series DVD narrations and anti-vaccine hysteria.

(via laughterkey)

20:44 // 1 year ago
September 24, 2013
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September 21, 2013
Spotted in Southern California: A bunch of new species of legless lizards (not snakes), including one little guy found hanging out at the end of a runway at LAX.

Spotted in Southern California: A bunch of new species of legless lizards (not snakes), including one little guy found hanging out at the end of a runway at LAX.

16:16 // 1 year ago