Wendy’s Bursts Into Flames After Car Crashes Into It. No one was injured. Well, maybe the driver was, but they couldn’t find him. Or her. I guess someone really wanted a Frosty. Huh? Huh? No? Ok. Let’s see. Eh, I got nothing. Anyway, it was on the corner of Jim Miller Road and Samuell, if that might impact your dining options today. I’m not judging. Do you. Don’t let anyone stop you.
11-Year-Old Publishes First Book. It’s called Restaurant Mishap and it’s abouOH GREAT NOW I HAVE TO COMPETE WITH KIDS, TOO? GAME OVER.
JC Penney Lays Off 2,200. Also, its stock hit a 52-week low. But at least a car didn’t crash into one of its stores and cause it to burst into flames, so I guess that’s something.
Mavs Won’t Let Me Stop Caring About Them. I probably should, but there are a lot of things I probably should do that I don’t, so what’s one more? O.J. Mayo had a career-high 12 assists, and Dirk’s beard is coming in really nice.
This Is A Painting Of a Gun Made Out Of a Ton of Ants. An ant gun.
Tailgate Thefts Are On The Rise. Example: “I had went and picked up materials and corn to go to my deer lease,” a man named Kenny said. “And I backed my truck up to the garage door. About 10 o’clock that night, I go out, empty out my truck, closed the garage and went to bed.” Early the next morning, he said, “I get up to go check on my lottery ticket in the truck to see if I won, and I realize, oh man, somebody stole my tailgate.” Question: if somehow the government was behind these thefts, or there was some controversy, would the media dub it Tailgategate, or would they just stick with Tailgate, and assume people get the second meaning of “gate” there?