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The Crumbs empire has fallen, but the gourmet cupcakes are still for sale on eBay. Just don’t expect to pay regular prices. A search of the online auction site late Monday afternoon turned up more than a dozen Crumbs items for sale. Bidding on a large coconut vanilla cupcake starts at $80, which you can […] [Read More]
“Obama is the worst thing to ever happen to this country,” declares the wealthy, rakish, silver-haired Newport Beach white guy to his small group of perfectly tanned 50-something females sitting just a few feet away from us at a stunning restaurant patio overlooking the sun-kissed California coastline, just off of Highway 1, as he sipped […] [Read More]
When you can’t carry thousands of fish to a body of water by truck, you drop them from the sky. That’s the approach being used by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, according to video from Fox 13 Salt Lake City. Ted Hallows, hatchery supervisor in Kamas, Utah, attached a GoPro camera to the bottom […] [Read More]
7-Eleven turns 87 years old on Friday, July 11. The convenience store is celebrating the birthday with its annual day of free small Slurpees. Participating 7-Eleven locations will give away the iced beverage from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The company is also offering a discount on its quarter-pound “Big Bite” hot dogs, which will […] [Read More]
Mike Boyer made a big splash on Tuesday when he became the first person to buy state-licensed weed in Spokane. Then he made an even bigger splash nationally and internationally when he posted his resume on Craigslist later Tuesday stating: “I lost my job due to the news coverage of me being the FIRST PERSON TO […] [Read More]
J. Crew is being criticized for introducing new, smaller sizes to their clothes. The store now offers size 000 and xxxs. Reataildive.com reports that some bloggers are claiming the new sizes are “part of the ‘vanity sizing’ J.Crew has been known for in the past. In vanity sizing, larger sizes are marked with lower numbers to […] [Read More]
The Minnesota Twins have just one-upped the rest of the American professional sporting world. Yes, they have installed beer vending machines in time for the All-Star Game, and what could possibly go wrong? The Minneapolis Star Tribune has the details: A patron goes to a concession cashier, shows proper identification to verify age and buys […] [Read More]