In Taco Bell's 2013 Super Bowl commercial we meet Bernie Goldblatt, an older gentlemen who is being wished good night by an aid at the Glencobrooke Retirement Home. Or so she thinks he is going to sleep. In fact, Bernie's night is just beginning.
Pasta is typically one of the cheaper entrees at a restaurant. In fact you can often get an endless bowl of it for ten bucks at your local Olive Garden.
But a "plate" of pasta on the menu at Bice, an eatery in Midtown Manhattan, is anything but inexpensive. The dish, featuring homemade tagliolini pasta topped with two pounds of fresh lobster and black truffles, will run you the year-accurate sum of $2,013.
For the past seven years, Doritos has sponsored a 'Crash The Super Bowl' contest in which amateur ad-makers compete to have their 30 second spots for the tortilla chips played during the big game. For 2013's Super Bowl commercial, the competition is fierce.
With 2012 coming to a close, it's time for the annual parade of year end lists. Most of these features will celebrate the best of the past 12 months. However, some of our favorite lists will point out the year's low-lights, because they make us feel better about all the times people screwed up in 2012.
While just about every NFL player hails from North America, the league has a long history of recruiting place kickers who come from all corners of globe; in fact the league's next big kicking star may come from Norway. But the big story about Havard Rugland's big left foot is how it got noticed by NFL talent evaluators.
Like many Southerners, Renee Durette drops the "G" at the end of a word when she speaks. Her accent became a big issue during a recent episode of 'Wheel of Fortune,' costing the Navy Intel Specialist from Merritt Island, Fla $3,850 thanks to a controversial judge's ruling.
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