The attendant threw on a reflective vest, locked the booth, went up to the platform with me, jumped down onto the tracks and grabbed the Walkman. It still worked perfectly.
“Open your wallets, Yankees fans. New York scalpers can now legally sell tickets to the highest bidder without fear of getting pinched.“
I bought this ugly Tweety Bird popsicle for my kid from the ice cream truck. The manufacturer didn’t even try to center the gumball eyes.
To improve transparency, the new owners said Sallie Mae will have a new eight-person board, comprising four representatives of J.C. Flowers and two each from Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase.
“I’m homeless. It’s warm in here. I am Starbucks.”
A day before the so called “National Gas Boycott,” the national average gas price has jumped to $3.11, tying the record set in September 2005 shortly after Hurricane Katrina damaged oil refineries in the Gulf Coast area.
Kool-Aid pickles violate tradition, maybe even propriety. Depending on your palate and perspective, they are either the worst thing to happen to pickles since plastic brining barrels or a brave new taste sensation to be celebrated.