On Thursday night’s ‘Late Show With David Letterman‘ Nicolas Cage finally addressed the rumors that he is immortal, and perhaps a vampire. At this point, would we really be all that surprised by anything Cage says?
For the second year in a row, Chrysler’s Super Bowl 2012 commercial featured a big star, and talk of an inspirational turnaround. Last year, in a memorable spot, Eminem informed the Super Bowl’s audience that Detroit, embattled hometown of both the rapper and Chrysler, was on the comeback trail.
What’s the Super Bowl about, really? Unless you’re a supporter of one of the two teams participating (or have a very large wager on the game) even serious sports fans can get caught up in all the chili-baking, party-attending, big-screen-TV-buying hoopla surrounding this unofficial national holiday.
So that’s why this photo of a skillfully assembled cold cut football stadium probably says more about the Super Bowl and what it has become than any monosyllabic answer the media is going to finally coax out of Patriot coach Bill Belichick this week.
You’ve probably noticed that more and more fast food restaurants are staying open into the wee hours of the morning or not closing at all. According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, this is because McDonald’s and the like are now seeing some of their best profits between midnight and five AM.
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