The Dogecoin Race Car Is A Reality And It Is Every Bit As Amazing As We’d Hoped

The Dogecoin Race Car Is A Reality And It Is Every Bit As Amazing As We’d Hoped


A few weeks back, we told you how supporters of the Dogecoin virtual currency had banded together on Reddit in just a few days to raise enough money to sponsor NASCAR driver Josh Wise’s car. The car itself has finally been revealed and it is, well… it is. [More]

One possible design for Josh Wise's Dogecoin-sponsored NASCAR car.

There Will Apparently Be A Dogecoin-Sponsored NASCAR Driver

While Bitcoin gets all the headlines (and even a questionable magazine cover), it’s not the only cryptocurrency in existence. Dogecoin is a relative newcomer in the field, but it has enough fans on Reddit that they were able to raise funds to get the currency’s brand slapped on a NASCAR vehicle. [More]

US Fidelis Files Chapter 11, No Longer Sells Warranty-Like Objects

US Fidelis Files Chapter 11, No Longer Sells Warranty-Like Objects

Extended car warranty company US Fidelis already stopped selling new car service contracts and laid off over half of their staff at the end of 2009, and has now filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. [More]

Is It Really So Hard To Believe That Tony Stewart Likes Whoppers?

Is It Really So Hard To Believe That Tony Stewart Likes Whoppers?

Tony Stewart is a NASCAR person. He likes Whoppers, so he endorses them. The concept of a celebrity liking the product they endorse is so alien to us that BK’s ad agency Crispin Porter + Bogusky is apparently planning to hook Mr. Stewart up to a lie detector on a live webcast and ask him if he really likes Whoppers.

NASCAR Begs You To Buy More Stuff From Its Sponsors

NASCAR Begs You To Buy More Stuff From Its Sponsors

With the potential demise of the Big Three auto companies looming on the horizon and a general exodus of advertisers from sponsorship deals, NASCAR may be in trouble.

Fail: Giant Metaphor For Digital TV Transition Performs As Expected

Fail: Giant Metaphor For Digital TV Transition Performs As Expected

The Federal Communications Commission and its benevolent overlord, Mr. Kevin Martin, recently spent $350,000 to sponsor a NASCAR team for 3 races. The “Digital TV Transition Ford” sponsored by the Federal Communications Commission crashed during its inaugural NASCAR race Sunday afternoon, says the WSJ.

Comcast’s Finest Print Ever

Comcast’s Finest Print Ever

The News: Evil Fur Gangsters

The News: Evil Fur Gangsters

• Scientologists want to be backseat drivers at NASCAR. [CT]

Morning Deals Round-Up

• Aeropostale is running a clearance sale on clothing for both men and women. You could even get a stuff bear, though only your psychiatrist knows why you’d want one.