Ahhh, the good old days. If you're from Grand Rapids or have lived here a long time then you probably remember Towne Club Pop. I do. When I first moved here it was a little bit of heaven when you could go to the Towne Club Pop centers.
Tom Brady went on a weird rant yesterday about how we're being brainwashed into drinking Coke and eating Frosted Flakes. He was defending his personal trainer, who's the target of a critical article in Boston Magazine that called him a "snake oil salesman," for claiming his products could cure cancer and concussions.
There are some people with curiosity that's a bit out of control. These are the kind of people you see listed as competing for this year's Darwin Awards. They are also the kind of people who make fantastic things reality. It's a very narrow line between stupid and genius.
Coca-Cola has a new campaign to get people talking, literally.
They are printing on their bottles "Share a coke with" and a name. The idea is you give the pop to that person and buy yourself another, in the end it's ingenious because people are buying double the pop.
Well, it happened to me! My girlfriend, Caroline, bought a coke and it said, "share a coke with, JACKIE."
A Canadian family is furious after someone opened a bottle of VitaminWater –- the flavored drink owned by Coca-Cola -– and saw the words "You Retard" printed on it.
Making matters worse is the fact one of the people in the family has cerebral palsy and autism.
The 40-dollar bag of cocaine Antonio Recinos bought from his friendly neighborhood drug dealer seemed to him to be a bit short. So the East Hartford, Connecticut man dialed 911 to report that he had been ripped off.