In David Letterman’s opening monologue of last night’s edition of The Late Show, a recent threat against his life didn’t seem to faze him. In fact, he says he’s used to it.
Looks like we’ve got a good old-fashioned revolution on our hands. The King is dead. Long live the Whopper!
Had enough of Michele Bachmann? Mute. Can’t stand Donald Trump? Mute. Just want Snooki to go away? Mute.
“You just keep thinking, Butch. That’s what you’re good at.” Turns out, Butch may have had the brains to make it to retirement.
Anders Behring Breivik, the man who took responsibility for the July 22 attacks in Oslo, has told the police everything they needed to know. And he even embarked on a field trip to make the point.
While most taxis supply their own music via the radio, cabbie Joel Laguido, 42, invites the Washington area to sing for him as he tours the streets of the nation’s capital.
Watch out for this one. At 4 feet and 10 inches and weighing in at 100 lbs., this judo master may make a formidable opponent.
In the UK, jeans could encourage riots. And not just when Macy’s holds a sale.
Looks like Lady Liberty’s getting a makeover.
We might have to change the name of “spoilers” to “giveaways.” They may not be that bad after all.
In normal economic times, we might be calling him Professor Maurice Johnson. But during this economic malaise, he’s just been that guy on the street. Luckily, he’s got a YouTube following.
Whole Foods landed in some hot water this week after advertising food for Ramadan, then seemingly backing off, then returning to their original stance.