By this time next year, residents of New York City won’t be able to buy an absurdly large and absurdly overpriced cup of soda to go alongside their absurdly large and absurdly overpriced vat of popcorn when they are enjoying a movie.
That’s because New York mayor Mike Bloomberg has proposed a ban — which is widely expected to be ratified by the city’s board of health — that would outlaw the sale of sugary drinks that are over 16 ounces.
As you may remember, Sarah Tressler was fired from her job as a society reporter with the Houston Chronicle for being a stripper on the side. It should come as no surprise that her unique combination of writing skills, and a side job that required her to be naked, has snagged Tressler a book deal.
Humorous academic superlatives are generally handed out in high school yearbooks. Maybe it’s best to keep it that way because a ”Catastrophe Award” for having the most homework excuses given to a third grader at Desert Springs Academy in Arizona is causing controversy.
Bob Saget has had an interesting career. Originally a stand-up comic known for his very vulgar material, he is most famous for playing patriarch Danny Tanner on ‘Full House,’ a family-oriented sitcom. Since his time with Uncle Jesse, the Olsen Twins and the rest, Saget has settled into a comfortable life of being famous for being Bob Saget.
But, over the weekend, he showed off a much more active skill. The 56-year-old sang the national anthem before a Chicago White Soxs game. So how did he do?
For much of his career, Kobe Bryant was the only player Los Angeles Lakers’ fans wanted to see with the ball in the fourth quarter of close games. But age has caught up to the 33-year-old, and the Laker faithful have begun to bemoan Kobe’s late game ball-hogging ways. In short, he’s no longer the Kobe that they used to know.
Do remember Makin’ Whoopie Pie? You could buy that Ben & Jerry’s flavor, which was chocolate ice cream augmented by marshmallows and devil’s food cooks, 10 years ago. Unfortunately, the concoction didn’t prove popular enough and the Vermont-based ice cream makers laid Makin’ Whoopie Pie to rest in 2003. Literally.
Jerry Seinfeld stopped by Bravo’s ‘Watch What Happens Live’ Monday night, and during the ‘Plead the Fifth’ segment the comedian was peppered with question about his hit show ‘Seinfeld,’ which is still all over TV in reruns 14 years after its last episode aired.
We know the complaints, but generally speaking, owning a voluptuous chest is a big life advantage. Not so much for Lauren Odes of New Jersey — The 29-year-old claims she was fired from her job because she was too hot and her boobs were too large. And, get this, she worked in a lingerie store.
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