If you're a fan of Danica Patrick's NASCAR career, you'll probably sympathize with her on this story. If not, you'll probably agree with the host of tweeters who think she's kinda being a little cry baby.
At the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards last Friday night, Actor/Comedian and host of the event, Jay Mohr used his podium to poke a little fun at Danica. Evidently, she was seated in the front of the house and he told the crowd she probably wasn't used to being "that close to the front", referring to her less than stellar performances on the race track. The crowd roared with laugter, but Danica and her fellow NASCAR boyfriend Ricky Stenhouse Jr. seemed a little put off. In fact, it was so obvious, folks watching at home immediately took to twitter with comments on how she couldn't take a joke, how she should see the humor in it and stop "cwying wike a widdle baby".
What do you think? Did Mohr cross the line or are the twitter comments appropriate?
Who's ever in charge of displaying books at Cosco stores might want to spend a little more time in a library before labeling the merchandise. For the 2nd time, a book has been mislabled by Costco. The first was when they sold copies of "The Bible" under the "fiction" section and now, they've listed the faux memior of the fictional Anchorman movie character Ron Burgandy in the "non-fiction" section. Guess they think the Anchorman movies are "based on a true story".
If it's supposed to be the best high-tech smart phone on the market, why in the world would the I-phone be a security risk for the President? Apparently it's because Apple, maker of the phone was one of several tech companies to allow the National Security Agency (NSA) direct access to customer data which we assume would include the President? Lord knows we can's have the nations security agency knowing who the president is calling and sending e-mials and text messages to. That simply wouldn't be right. WTF?