In honor of something I saw yesterday while driving around, we talked about what the worst job on the planet was. Turns out many of the listeners picked the exact job I was thinking about. Nasty.
Lots of people do dumb things when drunk. Buying a dog while tanked seems to be a problem in NYC recently. What’s the dumbest decision you’ve seen someone make while drunk?
Someone actually sat down and asked the question, “If Jesus went to Hogwarts…what house would he have been in?”
Video of this is a few posts/pages back. A pastor goes all Ricky Bobby on the pre-race prayer at a NASCAR Nationwide event over the weekend.
Alli’s Celebrity Buzz from today:
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Apparently not everyone who works at the super-trendy Whole Foods is as happy as they appear. In fact, one former employee of a store in Toronto just turned in his resignation with an epic 2,300+ word email detailing his every complaint with the chain.
He seems to think that the company did not exactly live up to proposed core values. In the email he says,
“I was hired about five or six years ago. I appreciated and respected what the company said its philosophies were at that time. However, it didn’t take long to realize what complete and utter bulls— they are.”
He also goes on to point out flaws of specific co-workers and managers and calls them out by name (though the names were redacted from the email.) By the end he has some advice for his fellow Whole Foodees:
“You work at a grocery store. Go ahead and relax. Also, Whole Foods will try to make you feel like they are doing you a huge favor by employing you. Don’t fall for the guilt trips. Call in sick if you need to, etc. There are laws in place to stop them from taking advantage of you.”
Mariah Caery spent 2 hours on the Home Shopping Network this past Sunday. She was selling her fragrances and jewelry, but no one cares about that. What we DO care about is how crazy/out-of-it/irritating she seemed throughout the entire performance. Gawker.com has been kind enough to chop the 2 hours down to 4 minutes of highlights.
No one believes me when I tell them planking can result in serious injury or death, but it has. Here’s a fantastic example. A kid tries to plank on a moving golf cart. Do you see where this is going?
This is pretty amazing, this was the pre-race prayer offered up by Pastor Joe Nelms at the Nascar Nationwide event over the weekend. Now THAT’S how you start a race!