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I am sick and tired of motorists who misuse their hooters.
This hooter is the valley's dread, Even at night when in bed.
Indeed, residents claim they had even asked the officials to set up the hooter to wake them up.
In the past, the hooter was sounded at the first break in play once the time was up.
It's an area where the men's game needs to be improved and the hooter system should be employed for the sake of all.
But I would like to make it clear the complaint is not about the fact referee Steve Ganson was unable to hear the half-time hooter.
When the hooter sounds, the referee will raise his arm and blow his whistle to end the game when the ball next goes out of play.
Because the reason Hooters is so popular, the only attraction it has above any other mildly-more-up-market-than-McDonald's burger bar, is that the customer is served by extremely attractive waitresses.
According to the police statement released Friday, the incident occurred at a Hooters in Overland Park, Kansas, Feb.
Stanley Conrad of Hooters of Arkansas, the fellow who applied for a mixed-drink permit with the state, says he's looking to open the restaurant sometime in 2018 and it will employ about 140 workers.
Mark James is the general manager of Hooters in the UK and thought the chain would've added to Newcastle's character.
HOOTERS restaurant chain said it still had "nothing to report" after rumours it was planning to open a bar in Liverpool.
American chain Hooters was hoping to open its second UKbased venue at Unit B City Quadrant in Waterloo Street.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 9, 2014-Chanticleer Holdings to open Hooters Restaurant in Surfers Paradise, Australia
NASDAQ: HOTR) said it has signed a deal to buy two Hooters restaurants in the US Pacific Northwest.