So, you’re back from Labor Day break. Hope you didn’t forget to take down your out-of-office reply—unless this
is your standard email retort over a holiday break. Then it should stay up year round.
By the way, what did you do over the extended weekend? Any road trips? Chances are, any open-road adventures in the States probably didn’t involve one of these rare American brands now thriving overseas
. I’m all for Bob’s Big Boy, but Japan is a little too far of a drive.
Those who aren’t too far away from a (participating) Chick-fil-A need simply make a reservation
and receive a free breakfast this week through Saturday. But beware: There are a few frauds out there
Testing—one, two. After a weeklong shutdown on productions in the Los Angeles-area porn industry, filming began once again now that an “actor” who initially tested positive for HIV has subsequently retested negative
. The industry probably just wanted a Labor Day break.
Also being tested is NBC for its upcoming show “The Playboy Club,” set in Hugh Hefner’s 1960s Chicago hotspot of the same name. San Francisco’s Commission on the Status of Women
is calling for an end to the bunny hop before it even begins. As Newser notes
: After banning Happy Meals and almost making circumcision and pet sales illegal, the Golden Gate city might be losing its luster.
We’re not sure of his Klout score, but Jesus sure has pull on Facebook
Aside from it no longer being socially acceptable to wear white, the post-Labor Day season means most class schedules are back in full-swing—if they weren’t already. What’s that? You say you didn’t get as much financial aid as you’d hoped. Maybe Groupon can help—at least if you attend National Louis University, which is using the online discounter to offer students a deal on tuition
Whether you like it or not, there are only 109 shopping days before Christmas
If you were hoping to find a Super Bowl spot in that stocking this holiday, better hurry—there are only 5 left
Don’t have the money? Perhaps you could pitch one of the increasing number of millionaires on Facebook
to reserve a spot for you.
Still, no amount of money may save TechCrunch
(as we know it), reports … TechCrunch