Here is the latest weekly recap for Geek Alabama! Some of the most popular posts from the last week included a Roadscapes post about US 431 leaving Quintard Ave., pictures and a video from the Anniston Veterans Day parade, a post about 2015 Veterans Day restaurant freebies, a Nerdy Nummies post about making Fallout 4 Nuka Cola, a post about the Starbucks Christmas cup and people being offended, and an Animation Monday post about Facebook stealing millions of views.
When the Anniston Eastern Bypass is fully open, US 431 will move there and leave behind Quintard Ave. forever.
Click the link to see pictures and a video from the 2015 Anniston Veterans Day parade in downtown Anniston.
We are past the date, but many of these freebies will be around next year too! Click the link to see the Veterans Day freebies!
Nerdy Nummies was in Alabama and the southeast this week! Click the link to learn how to make Nuka Cola!
I mean grow up people, it’s just a coffee cup! Click the link to read my thoughts about those who catch the offended virus and Starbucks.
Yep, anyone can take a YouTube video and upload it to Facebook claiming it is their video. This is wrong and it needs to stop!
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