Facebook gave York County to the Steelers, based on “likes,” but Twitter has the Baltimore Ravens nudging out the Steelers and Eagles there.“Eagles are rare here,” said Clint Pettey, an employee at Game On Sports in York.
In the first case, the Pennsylvania SPCA raided the home of a hoarder in Lititz who was housing 62 adult dog and puppies in every available enclosed space on her property, including Amish buggies.
A day later the Lancaster SPCA removed six dogs from am unlicensed breeding kennel in Strasburg – including a dog with no eyes and another with no legs.
“I don’t have a problem with the Steelers, but I have a problem with the Steelers fans,” said Keith Mc Donald, a 21-year-old Millersville resident who was wearing a Wentz jersey. “Even at local bars there seemed to be more Steelers fans than Eagles fans.
“I see a lot of Steelers and Dallas and Eagles fans. They’re America’s team, I guess.” Dallas is the third most popular team in Lancaster County, according to Twitter. “In this area, at least, Penn State tops both, I feel,” Morgal said. For football, I would say the ‘DMZ line’ is eastern Lancaster County or Reading.” Until we meet in the Super Bowl, Eagles fans living among the gold and black will hear about the rings.
On Sunday five dogs and puppies were pulled from a burning kennel in Quarryville in a fire linked to a faulty heat lamp. The cases highlight the proliferation of unlicensed kennels in Pennsylvania - especially in Lancaster County, home to the state's largest number of commercial breeding kennels.