Random Friday: Featuring 50 Shades Of Grey Replaces The Bible, The Asian Athlete Law, The Man Aisle And More
|July 27, 2012||Posted by billyrob under pop culture||
How did the Yankees land Ichiro?
A obscure law that states:
“If a city loses an Asian athlete (Jeremy Lin)
that athlete must be replaced with
another Asian athlete (Ichiro)”
A hotel in England has replaced the bibles
in every room with the book 50 Shades Of Grey.
No surprise, considering this is the same
hotel that caused a controversy when they
replaced their regular coffee with Folgers.
William Staub, the man who brought
the treadmill into American homes,
has passed away at the age of 96.
Mr. Staub will be buried in the clothes
he left hanging on his unused treadmill.
Zynga, the company that brought us FarmVille,
posted a lose of $22.8-million for the second quarter.
The company’s only chance of survival?
Government farm subsidies.
Are you into Ultimate Fighting?
Well, there’s now something even more violent:
It’s called the Jackson Family Compound.
Olympic Organizers in London apologized this week
for mistakenly displaying the South Korean flag
during a North Korean soccer match.
According to a North Korean spokesman:
“Seriously,how can they not know the difference?
We’re the dictatorship with
one of the lowest-ranking human rights records of any country.
Oh, and don’t forgot; we have nuclear weapons, too.”
South Korean Im Dong-Hyun is a favorite
to win the gold medal in archery,
despite the fact that he’s legally blind.
In a related story, not one ticket
has been purchased for the event.
A Manhattan grocery store has created
a man aisle, stocked with beer, chips, soda,
beef jerky, etc.
The one thing they forgot?
Female shoppers to look at.