Not even two years have gone since Apple Computers visionary Steve Jobs has passed away, and yet there is already a movie being created about him. In all honesty, the trailer does look enticing (and dare I say that it looks like Ashton Kutcher can pull off this serious role??), but in my honest but proabably wrong opinion, it's a little soon. Plus, while I do enjoy movies that revolve around one man/women and their vision, does it really need to be Apple? We've already had to deal with the with Mac vs PC war; won't this movie just start up the war again?
Personally, I'd rather pay to see a movie about the humble beginnings of Nike, or Nintendo, or someting else besides Apple Computer. But that's just me.
Have you ever gone online to look up something, but ended up seeing a link to another thing, so you looked up that thing, which then reminded you of another thing, so you looked that up, but then in doing so you see an advertisement for another thing that you don't know what it is, so you look up that thing, and that by the end of it, you realize, I just burned an hour of the day researching random things that I never used to care about?
Apparently that happens to me a lot. And somehow, I ended up on this page. We've all heard of the story of the lady that sues McDonalds because her coffee burned her, but what about other Bizarre Personal Injury Stories?
So here it is, the top ten Bizarre Personal Injury Lawsuits (that some of them actually won!??) What do you think? Which lawsuit is the most bizarre?
Sooooooo, as it turns out, my guilty pleasure would have to be that I REALLY enjoy reality TV. Yes, as in trashy, possibly even scripted (I pretend it's not) reality tv shows.
I know, there's so much more I can be doing with my time. But hear me out, tonight is the premier of Rivals 2. The basic concept is you have 16 teams of two, where the person's one and only teammate is their worst enemy. They have to go through physical and mental challenges, where one team is eliminated each week. In the end their will be two winning teams, one guys team and one girls team.
Could you imagine having no choice but to work with your worst enemy? Most people would probably pass up on that offer. But oh yeah, the winners get a whopping $150,000. Suddenly working with your worst enemy doesn't seem all that bad now does it?
TONIGHT! I WILL HAVE NO SOCIAL LIFE AT 9:00.
I want to like the kid. I really do. He's clearly talented, and has done a lot of incredible charity work in the past. But for whatever reason, it seems as though this Summer he's decided he's had enough of being the nice boy that only sings about love. Ladies and gentlemen, Justin has transformed into the Bad Boy.
And ok, no problem with that I guess.... Until he does this. This is just wrong; this is just gross. Not to mention, just a little disprectful. Just check out this video of him using a mop bucket as his own personal bathroom, while cursing out one of nations leaders.
**Warning, content may be a little disturbing.