Right now, that general sense of uneasiness you feel is the knowledge that you can’t head over to Wikipedia and look up what year the Peloponnesian War started or find out which episode of ‘Diff’rent Strokes’ Nancy Reagan was on. (Answers: 431 BC and ’The Reporter.’) Thanks to Wiki going dark to protest the SOPA and PIPA bills, you’re likely at a loss for facts and useless trivia, wandering the streets accosting random people until someone tells you which movie Arnold Schwarzenegger costarred with Jim Belushi in. (Answer: ‘Red Heat.’)
Consumerist is reporting that Wendy’s is about to unseat Burger King as the country’s number two fast-food chain. According to research firm Technomic, the house that Dave Thomas built earned an estimated $53 million more than Burger King this year.
In celebration of Wendy’s new title as the second-place “burger king,” we present our favorite so-bad-they’re-good Wendy’s training videos from the ’80s and early ’90s, AKA the heyday of VHS. Grab a medium-sized Frosty and check them out below.
For kids of all ages, the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade means one thing: awesome floats. And no time were they more awesome than during the '80s and '90s.
Whether it's lavish spectacles that bring cherished childhood favorites (He-Man, Sonic the Hedgehog) to life or guest appearances from stars like The Backstreet Boys and ALF, parade floats from years past provide a nostalgic window to a simpler, more Dolph Lundgren-filled time. Check out ten clips of s
Earlier this week, Eddie Murphy dropped out of hosting duties for February’s Oscars telecast leaving a large void to fill. (Chances are he would’ve worn a fatsuit.) Who would step in to introduce the presenters and crack jokes about Jack Nicholson keeping his sunglasses on during the show? Ben Stiller? The Muppets? An old standby like Whoopi Goldberg or Billy Crystal?
Arch West, creator of the beloved Doritos snack chips, has passed away at the age of 97. West’s relatives revealed said that they would (no joke) sprinkle tasty Doritos in his grave. Doritos: they’re even more delicious in the afterlife.
In honor of the late inventor of the greatest chips of all time, we present our favorite vintage Jay Leno Doritos ads.
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