Lysol Buys Google Search Ads To Take Advantage Of Ebola Panic

Lysol Buys Google Search Ads To Take Advantage Of Ebola Panic

A few weeks ago, we shared the not-at-all-surprising news that Americans are buying more cleaning supplies, especially disinfectants, than we normally do at this time of year. We can partly credit the Ebola virus. While cleanliness is rarely a bad thing and Ebola is a terrifying disease, we do have to give some side-eye to Lysol for buying ads on Google searches about Ebola. [More]

Don't Keep Your Money In A Shoebox, Or At Least Don't Pose For A Photo With It

Don't Keep Your Money In A Shoebox, Or At Least Don't Pose For A Photo With It

Thanks to the New York Post, we know there’s a 48-year-old man named Richard Cruz somewhere in Manhattan who’s hoarding his daughter’s college fund in a shoebox. We even know what he looks like, because in the photo that accompanies the article, Cruz is posing on the sidewalk with his withdrawn cash like he just won the shoebox lottery. “‘No one hides their money under a mattress any more,’ he said. ‘That’s the first place people would look.'” Good thinking.