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Bye McDonald's

It's like DC movies are dramas and Marvel movies are action. While I kind of like the grittier feel of the DC movies, lets be honest, Marvel movies are just more fun. My bottom line, as a child I very loosely associated any of the above 'perks' with McDonald's and I never got free food so I'm free of commercial association and influence in my head. Before I was born (so it doesn't count) my family (again, without me) flew to Hawaii on the McDonald's corporate jet and, I assume, stayed in some McDonald's place there. She took the train there and didn't learn to drive until the company moved to Oakbrook and she had to. Also my mom's dad died when she was 17 (I knew that part), at the time my grandma was working for the company and Ray Kroc was very kind to my... Now I could start with a disclaimer about my family connection with Ray Kroc (and I will) but, to be clear, it's more an interesting story than a disclaimer because it has nothing to do with anything or anyone I remember and, to this day, I don't... As much as I remember going to it I never thought like 'oh my god this is free from McDonald's' There was also a paddle boat area and I remember one time we paddle boated over a wooden duck that was in the water (to attract other ducks) because we... Source: Spoiler Alert

Book Showcase: THE RIVERMAN by Alex Gray

Still, there was little regular traffic upon its sluggish dark waters: a few oarsmen, a private passenger cruiser and the occasional police launch. His father and others before him had launched countless small craft from the banks of the river in response to a cry for help. The Glasgow Garden Festival in the eighties had prompted some to stage a revival along the river and more recently there had been a flurry of activity as the cranes returned to erect luxury flats and offices on either side of its banks. He'd listened to stories about the grey hulks that grew like monsters from the deep, sliding along the water, destined for battle, and about the cruise liners sporting red funnels that were cheered off their slipways, folk bursting with pride to... And he'd saved hundreds over the years, desperate people who were trying to make up their mind to jump off one of the many bridges that spanned the Clyde or those who had made that leap and been saved before the waters filled their lungs. When a dead body is fished out of Glasgow's River Clyde the morning after an office celebration, it looks like a case of accidental death. The body was over by Finnieston, past the weir, so he'd had to drive over the river towing a boat behind him on the trailer. Source: The Book Diva's Reads

Blog Tour & #Giveaway ~ The Riverman (A DCI Lorimer Novel, Book 4) by Alex Gray @Alexincrimeland

THE RIVERMAN The riverman knew all about the Clyde. His father and others before him had launched countless small craft from the banks of the river in response to a cry for help. The Glasgow Garden Festival in the eighties had prompted some to stage a revival along the river and more recently there had been a flurry of activity as the cranes returned to erect luxury flats and offices on either side of its banks. He’d listened to stories about the grey hulks that grew like monsters from the deep, sliding along the water, destined for battle, and about the cruise liners sporting red funnels that were cheered off their slipways, folk bursting with pride to... And he’d saved hundreds over the years, desperate people who were trying to make up their mind to jump off one of the many bridges that spanned the Clyde or those who had made that leap and been saved before the waters filled their lungs. When a dead body is fished out of Glasgow’s River Clyde the morning after an office celebration, it looks like a case of accidental death. The body was over by Finnieston, past the weir, so he’d had to drive over the river towing a boat behind him on the trailer. Source: Sapphyria's Book Reviews