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Monthly Archive for February, 2012
A customer suffered a heart attack while trying to put down a Triple Bypass Burger, according to Fox 5 News in Las Vegas. The man reportedly is recovering from the heart attack. His name was not released.
The mashup novel Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter gave us a different view of our 16th president. Of the film adaptation, Chronicle film critic Amy Biancolli says, “it follows a butt-kicking Abe on his lifelong quest to rid the world of the undead bloodsuckers who killed his mother.” What, you missed that class in high school? Then [...]
Pete Finch, the son of Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch and pseudo-emcee, has released a new video for the song “Money Mouth.” In it, Finch takes on American excess and the Occupy Wall Street movement in his nearly indecipherable staccato delivery, rapping, “Concerned citizens or immature dissidents. Peasants exchange pleasantries. Businesses trade exit fees.” Finch is Read More
PETA, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, has a new cringeworthy ad out, featuring a woman in a neck brace and panties bringing groceries to her apartment, suffering from something called BWVAKTBOOM, Yahoo! reports.
Saying she only felt 50, Dana Jackson turned 100 years old on Monday and got married to boot, the bgdailynews.com in Bowling Green, Ky., is reporting.
The world is watching to see if Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow will accept a Louisiana airwoman’s invitation to her 2012 Military Ball, according to Yahoo! Sports.
A 13-year-old girl in Memphis girl was made to stand at an intersection with an embarrassing sign after her mother said the girl took her debit card.
Within a half-hour of the news of Whitney Houston’s death, Sony Music raised the price of her greatest hits CD by 60 percent, so says the nextweb.com.