Burger King’s Mascot Is Actually Fluent In Sign Language, Seeks ‘Whopper’ Sign

Burger King’s Mascot Is Actually Fluent In Sign Language, Seeks ‘Whopper’ Sign

All this time that Burger King has had commercials featuring their silent, plastic-headed King mascot, have you ever wondered what the King might have to say if he did more than stare at people with his mouth frozen open? The King, it turns out, is fluent in American Sign Language, and just hasn’t had anyone to talk to in his previous ad appearances. Maybe. Friday, however, is National ASL Day, and the King wants to have a new sign for “Whopper” ready for the occasion. [More]

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Believe It Or Not, 2.58 Million People Still Pay For AOL Service

Remember those days when you had to use your landline and select which AOL phone number to dial into in order to connect for insanely slow Internet access? For most of us, dial-up is just a distant hazy memory, but for a couple million Americans, it’s still how they get online. [More]

AOL To Buy Huffington Post For $315 Million

AOL To Buy Huffington Post For $315 Million

In an effort to put more original content on its network — and ad revenue in its pockets — AOL announced today that it will be purchasing popular news and opinion site HuffingtonPost.com for a princely sum of around $315 million.

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