A good friend will bail you out of jail. A best friend will be sitting next to you saying: "Damn that was fun!"
In recent ads, Verizon promotes their DSL Internet service by pointing out its better than other companies’ dial up services. Borrowing from Verizon’s ad playbook, BMW is launching a new multi-billion dollar campaign that boasts the tagline: “BMW- Because they’re nicer than Kias.”
Random House, publisher of "A Million Little Pieces," has agreed to a financial settlement with readers who claim they were defrauded by James Frey's memoir.
Zondervan, a publisher of the Bible, immediately declared bankruptcy.
The Emperor - sorry, the President - has quietly claimed sweeping new powers allowing him to open Americans' mail without a judge's warrant.
Sources say he'll use this new authority to finally get his own Capital One "No Hassle Rewards" card.
It turns out that Bono, who has been pushing the U.S. and EU to fork over ever more money for third world debt relief, hasn't been paying into his share of that burden--since Ireland exempts artists and authors from taxation. But Irish tax laws are about to change that, and Bono has been moving his business to Holland, where he pays practically zero taxes on royalties.
Does he just expect everything to get done pro Bono?