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Internet Commentor Knows How To Quell Baltimore Riots

Internet Commentor Knows How To Quell Baltimore Riots

Baltimore was catapulted into the national eye two weeks ago when it was rocked by protests and riots that brought the troubled city to a standstill and required the National Guard to restore order after several Baltimore riots broke out. The unrest, sparked by the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody, mirrored similar controversies […]

Maryland Co-Capitals: Annapolis and Ocean City

Maryland Co-Capitals: Annapolis and Ocean City

In a shocking announcement, Senate President Mike Miller announced that Annapolis and Ocean City would soon become Maryland Co-Capitals. For the first time in this nation’s history, a state will have co-capitals, rather than a single center of governmental operations, as has been tradition for almost 240 years. In less than two months, Maryland will […]

Saint Patrick’s Day Flops in Maryland This Year

Saint Patrick’s Day Flops in Maryland This Year

Traditionally, Saint Patrick’s Day has always been one of the biggest bar nights of the year across the country, attracting millions of revelers, whether Irish or not. And Maryland has been no exception to that trend, until this year when, inexplicably, bars across the state remained largely empty. “I can’t figure it out, said Matt […]

March 19, 2015 | By | Reply More
Frustrated Maryland Man is “So Out Of Here,” It Isn’t Even Funny

Frustrated Maryland Man is “So Out Of Here,” It Isn’t Even Funny

Lifetime Maryland resident, Todd Flynn, 44, of Pasadena notified his friends on Saturday night that he “is so out of here,” as he is tired of high taxes and fees. Flynn made the statement after loudly shushing the crowd at a party held at his former brother-in-law’s home off Jumper’s Hole Road following the viewing […]

Maryland Transportation Authority Approves Third Bay Crossing

Maryland Transportation Authority Approves Third Bay Crossing

. After decades of studies and debate, the Maryland Transportation Authority has announced that a third Bay Bridge span has been approved for construction. Work will commence in January of 2016 and will be completed sometime over the summer of 2018. There are currently four bridges that traverse the Chesapeake Bay in two pairs of […]

Western Maryland to be Placed on the Auction Block

Western Maryland to be Placed on the Auction Block

. In a dramatic announcement late on Monday, Maryland State Comptroller, Peter Franchot, revealed that state officials were in high-level talks with representatives of both Pennsylvania and West Virginia to ascertain the possibility of the interest of either states purchasing Garrett , Allegany, and Washington counties, which comprise Maryland’s western panhandle. Like many other states, […]

Opponents of Governor Hogan Question Mental State

Opponents of Governor Hogan Question Mental State

Newly elected Maryland Governor Larry Hogan are questioning the Governor’s mental state after the governor revealed that he now considers himself the “Commander in Chief,” a title reserved for the President of the United States. When asked, Senate President, Mike Miller (D-Calvert), just shook his head.  Speaker Michael Busch (D-Anne Arundel), Speaker of the House […]

Welcome to The Crab Wrapper

Welcome to The Crab Wrapper

Welcome to The Crab Wrapper.  Stay tuned for an official launch date and keep an eye on the site as we morph from a vast black hole of nothingness in the Interwebs to a premier destination in Maryland, Anne Arundel County, and Annapolis! Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter—the […]

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