Archive for January, 2013

Dan Marino Fathered Child Out Of Wedlock, Oprah Now Needs Even A Bigger Couch

January 31, 2013

The New York Post has revealed that Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino fathered a child in 2005 with a then-production assistant at CBS. The Post identified the child’s mother as Donna Savattere, then 35 years old. Their daughter, Chloe, is now seven years old. Marino acknowledged responsibility in a statement to the Post: “This is a personal and private matter. I take full responsibility both personally and financially for my actions now as I did then. We mutually agreed to keep our arrangement private to protect all parties involved.”

Oprah needs the biggest couch in the world..

 

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11 Members of University of Alabama 012 Championship Team Used Antler Spray, Oprah Needs A Bigger Couch

January 31, 2013

But college football fans — particularly those from the state of Alabama — may remember that the Fultondale, Ala.-based S.W.A.T.S. has tried to make inroads at the collegiate level before. So it’s arguably no surprise that the SI story also alleges that a collection of Alabama players used the antler spray at a hotel room meeting the night before their 2012 BCS title game triumph over LSU — despite the fact that a substance contained in the spray, IGF-1, is as banned in the NCAA as it is in the NFL.

Oprah’s going to  need a bigger couch..

 

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Golfer Vijay Singh Admits Use Of Deer Antler Spray Said To Improve The Putter

January 31, 2013

Vijay Singh says he has used deer-antler spray and wasn’t aware that it may contain a substance banned by the PGA Tour.

The 49-year-old Fijian first revealed he used the spray in an interview with Sports Illustrated. The magazine said Singh paid one of Sports With Alternatives To Steroids’ owners $9,000 last November for the spray, hologram chips and other products.

Singh said he has used the spray for help with the putter..

 

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Eye View Sports Super Bowl 30 Sec Spot For $4M Deer Antler Spray 3 Hour Infomercial Priceless

January 31, 2013

In the off chance you have $4 million burning a hole in your pocket, some people at CBS Sports might like to have a word with you.That’s the average cost of a 30-second Super Bowl ad spot on the network this year, CNN Money reports, and $500,000 more expensive than last year’s average price — a then record $3.5 million.”We don’t confirm exact pricing, since all spots are sold with different considerations and often in different packages,” explained CBS spokesman Dana McClintock to CNN Money. “But it’s safe to say that spots are going for $4 million each, and in some cases more.”

Ray Lewis  game long deer antler spray infomercial, brilliant.

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Women Buys House With Bloody Past, Show Her The Housefax

January 29, 2013

A Pennsylvania woman has appealed to the state Supreme Court in her suit against a home seller and real estate agent who failed to disclose that a murder-suicide had taken place in the home she purchased. When Janet Milliken, 59, moved from California after her husband died, she had hoped to start a new life with her two teenage children in Pennsylvania near her family.She bought a home in Thornton, Pa., for $610,000 in June 2007. She learned a few weeks after she moved in from a next-door neighbor that a murder-suicide had occurred the year before in her home. She sued the seller and the real estate agent for fraud and misrepresentation, saying they made a “deliberate choice not to disclose the home’s recent past,” according to a court document. The trial  judge granted summary judgment in favor of the defendants, saying state law does not require agents to disclose such events.

Show her the  housefax.

 

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Eyeview Econ 101 Sacramento Faces Parking Fine Shortfall, Increasing Taxes Changes Peoples Behavior

January 29, 2013

Parking tickets are causing big problems for Sacramento’s bottom line, but the problem isn’t with people breaking the law, it’s with those who aren’t. The city of Sacramento is saying it appears that parking violators are learning their lesson. Fines generated from parking tickets are dropping dramatically this year.  The city had anticipated generating more than $10 million in fines from people whose time expired, those that failed to feed the meter, or those that parked illegally. However, parking officers are now having a harder time finding people to ticket; and it’s creating a $1.2 million deficit in the city’s budget.

Increasing taxes changes people behavior as revenue goes down.

 

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Arizona Gun Store Owner Takes Aim At Low Information Voter As Business Is Booming

January 29, 2013

A week after Cope Reynolds, the owner of Arizona’s Southwest Shooting Authority, took out an ad in the local paper and posted a sign at his store banning Obama supporters from entering, Cope says that business is booming due to the attention his business has received from his anti-Obama promotion.

Mr. Reynolds says he has had hundreds of calls and emails from news organizations and supporters as well as the occasional fire breathing liberal – and yes, even the rare death threat – but that the proof of his genius business promotion can be found in his cash register.

Gun store owner takes aim at low information voter..

 

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Seattle Holds Gun Buyback Program, Promotes Cash For Punkers With Stolen Gun Bonus Bucks

January 29, 2013

Police officers in Seattle, Washington held their first gun buyback program in 20 years this weekend, underneath interstate 5, and soon found that private gun collectors were working the large crowd as little makeshift gun shows began dotting the parking lot and sidewalks. People that had arrived to trade in their weapons for $100 or $200 BuyBack gift cards($100 for handguns, shotguns and rifles, and $200 for assault weapons) soon realized that gun collectors were there and paying top dollar for collectible firearms. So, as the line for the chump cards got longer and longer people began to jump ship and head over to the dealers. Mayor Mike McGinn said at a news conference the private transactions are a loophole that needs to be closed. “There’s no background checks, and some (guns) could be exchanged on the streets that shouldn’t be in circulation.”

Cash for punkers program as city gives out stolen  guns bonus bucks..

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David Kime Put To Rest With Whopper Draped Casket, 21 Bun Salute

January 29, 2013

David S. Kime Jr. was many things. World War II veteran. Purple Heart recipient. Father. Grandfather. Husband. And, it should be noted, Burger King enthusiast.

The 88-year-old Kime died Jan. 20, and during his funeral procession a few days later, members of Kime’s family took a detour to the Burger King drive-through. Linda Phiel, one of Kime’s three daughters, said her dad loved fast food and ate it daily. “He always lived by his own rules,” she said. “His version of eating healthy was the lettuce on the Whopper Jr.”

The funeral procession ordered a whopping 40 of the Whopper Jr. burgers, including one for the dearly departed. Kime’s Whopper was placed on top of his casket before burial. The Burger King’s manager, Margaret Hess, said, “It’s nice to know he was a loyal customer up until the end—the very end.”

Eye View salutes David Kime with 21 bun salute.

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$5.85 Per Pack NYC Cigarette Tax, Creates 60% Black Market Cigarettes, T&B Is Good For Business

January 27, 2013

New York has the highest cigarette tax rate of any state, and nearly two-thirds of the state’s cigarette market is illegal, announced the think tank Tax Foundation on Thursday.The Tax Foundation said that 60.9% of cigarettes sold in New York State are smuggled in from other states. This makes New York the biggest importer of black market cigarettes, along with the state’s highest tax rate of $4.35 per pack. In New York City the tax rate is even higher, adding another $1.50 per pack to the state rate. It’s not uncommon for smokers to pay $14.50 for a pack of cigarettes.

Taxing and banning is good for business..

 

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