My daughters Victoria (10) and Haley (14),
I warned them not to pursue a career in radio!
Mountain Dew has pulled an offensive ad they did with ODD FUTURE rapper TYLER, THE CREATOR after people complained that it was racist and poked fun at battered women. Odd Future's manager says Tyler didn't mean it to be offensive.
I thought it was funny...weird though for a soft drink!
Pepsi keeps yanking the ad, so hurry and watch it below!
This wonderful thing happened at a Children's Hospital gala in Indianapolis, Ind., this Saturday. Country singer Luke Bryan was meant to be the evening's entertainment, but it was Manning who ended up stealing the show.
Props to Manning for not being overly bashful and jumping right into a duet of "Folsom Prison Blues" with Bryan. Manning's I'm-just-a-hip-and-casual-dude tie game could use some work, though.
According to a survey by AshleyMadison.com, when men are having an affair, they're most likely to take a woman out to dinner at a chain restaurant . . . or a steakhouse at least 20 miles from their house.
It's because chain restaurants are usually bigger, so it's easier to blend in and not be noticed. And steakhouses are usually near hotels, which comes in handy for people having an affair. Here are the 10 most popular places for cheaters to eat:
1. Morton's, the Steakhouse.
2. Ruth's Chris Steak House.
3. Houston's . . . an upscale restaurant chain in the west and southwest.
4. P.F. Chang's . . . a Chinese restaurant chain.
5. The Cheesecake Factory.
6. Del Frisco's . . . which is a steakhouse.
8. Outback Steakhouse.
9. Red Lobster.
10. Fleming's . . . another steakhouse.
Remember when our money used to just be green? These days our $5 bills are covered in purple, our 10s are covered in red, our 20s are in blue, and no one really has 50s anymore so I don't remember what color they use.
And now, our $100 bills are about to be covered in GOLD.
The Federal Reserve just released the first images of the brand new $100 bills, which will go into circulation this October.
They've still got BEN FRANKLIN on the front. But now there's a light gold quill and a shiny gold inkwell next to him. The bottom-right "100" on the front is also embossed in gold.
And on the back, the bill looks TOTALLY different. A gold-colored "100" runs along the entire right side. The bill also has a blue, 3-D security strip across the front.
The changes aren't JUST to make the bills look more ostentatious . . . they're also supposed to help cut down on counterfeiting. The $100 bill is one of the most counterfeited bills in the world.
This is only the fourth design for the $100 bill . . . but three of those redesigns have happened in the past 20 years as counterfeiters have gotten more technologically advanced.