In which The Daily Caller attempts to shame Tom Hanks by associating him with something a stupid parent did at a fundraising event the actor emceed at his kid’s school eight years ago. That’s right, a parent dressed up in blackface, Eagles musician Glen Frey is saying some questionable-at-best lines, and Hanks was caught up in the middle, trying to avoid the elephant in the room as much as possible. This, friends, is clearly a moment designed to make Hanks look bad whenever it needed to be pulled out … say after he narrated a video about the president’s achievements. It’s clear from the clip he never actually wanted to take part in the insanity in the video.
One of these two girls may be Nicole Fiorentino: Fiorentino recently became the band’s new bassist, and Billy Corgan claimed on Twitter after she joined, she revealed that she was one of the girls in the above album that anyone worth their salt in 1993 owned. (“Today” still sounds just as good many days later.) She said that she held the info back out of fear it would cost her the gig. Anyway, because Rolling Stone likes bursting bubbles, they got a hold of the photographer involved in this shot, who claims that Fiorentino, 31, was too old for the photo. Even though they claim this, she looks almost exactly like the girl on the right. WE WANT TO BELIEVE. source
Max Headroom: What happened to the speech-slurring post-Grammys reporter?
Did she have a stroke? In one of the more unfortunate clips to go viral in the past week or so, KCBS reporter Serene Branson had an unfortunate post-Grammy moment where she started talking in gibberish live on the air. Unfortunately for those who made fun of her, she was possibly having a stroke-like medical crisis, so now you should feel guilty for making fun of her, monsters.
"Lost" numbers could’ve netted you piece of Mega Millions jackpot
$150made by picking 4, 8, 15, 16, 23 and 42 source
» Oh yeah, the full jackpot: The winning numbers – 4, 8, 15, 25, 47 and 42 – scored two lucky dudes (in Idaho and Washington, separately) a split of the $355 million Mega Millions prize. We knew we should’ve bought a lotto ticket last night.
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