The Associated Press is reporting that A Massachusetts high school lost a state championship game because a player raised his arm in triumph as he ran for what would have been a go-ahead touchdown. the rules say that's excessive celebation. I think that's BS.
Concertgoers who purchased tickets through Ticketmaster are being notified that they’ll soon receive credits for fees they were charged over the past decade. Emails are being sent to customers who are entitled to the credits as part of a class-action lawsuit filed in 2003 that alleged the company overcharged them
This story comes as no surprise. John Rich was asked to leave a Southwest flight in Las Vegas on Sunday after airlines personnel determined he was too drunk to travel to Nashville, according to TMZ. Rich had performed the night before at the Eastside Cannery Resort and Hotel
this is your LOL from the Bull and J&J. It looks like Johnson & Johnson’s O.B. tampon brand has bowed to an outcry from loyal users of its Ultra product to return it to store shelves in the U.S. and Canada
Shoplifting is up 6% compared to 2010 and retailers are expected to lose $119 billion to shoplifting this year. According to AdWeek, 1 in every 11 people who walk through the door are likely to walk out with at least one item he or she didn’t pay for
Hank Williams Jr. stole the spotlight Tuesday night at a taping of CMT’s annual Artist Of The Year event honoring Taylor Swift, Jason Aldean, Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley and Lady Antebellum. But it wasn’t for his stellar performance
Air travel can be a hassle these days, but Virgin America is offering one solution: For a mere $60,000 you can rent one of their planes – presumably with a pilot and crew – to fly anywhere the airline flies (except Mexico) with up to 145 of your friends
Authorities in Lee County, Florida are searching for former country music star Mindy McCready and her son. According to police, McCready took her son, 5-year-old Zander, from his father Bill McKnight's home in Cape Coral and reportedly disappeared
You can now buy actual paper from Dunder Mifflin, the paper company at the center of NBC’s “The Office.” Staples-owned Quill.com has struck a deal with NBC to sell Dunder Mifflin copy paper, at $35 for a carton of 10 reams
Seattle prosecutors said self-proclaimed “superhero” Phoenix Jones will not face assault charges, but they said the man is “no hero.” City Attorney Pete Holmes said “proof problems” prevented him from filing misdemeanor assault charges against Jones – aka 23-year-old Benjamin Fodor – in connection with an October 9th incident when he allegedly used pepper spray on a group of people
Is the Government stepping over the line on this one or should they be able to take your child if they think he or she is to fat? The report says an Ohio third-grader weighing more than 200 pounds has been taken from his family and placed into foster care after county social workers said his mother wasn’t doing enough to control his weight
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