In the wake of terrible new of a chlorine gas outbreak at a Furry convention that sent 19 to the hospital, MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski gets the skinny on exactly what a "Furry" is. It's exactly as awkward as you'd expect.
After a impressivelyterrible 2014, Don Lemon starts off the year right by hopping in CNN's specially-equipped "Blizzardmobile" and reporting from the streets of New York. The one problem of course being that New York City's snow estimates were way off and nearly all of it is gone as of Tuesday morning.
Viewers noted that the Blizzardmobile was routinely passed by such anti-winter assault vehicles as the Toyota Prius and by all appearances was just a regular van. If only this had happened instead:
A pizza guy was forced to give back his $7 tip to a Massachusetts car dealership, and the Internet is furious.
Jarrid Tansey of Palace Pizza was paid $50 for a bill of just over $42. He left, assuming the rest was his tip as no one had spoken up otherwise.
But then he got another call asking him to return the extra cash, at which point the people at the dealership took all the money and started to harass him about it.
“Out the door before I put my foot in your ass,” said one woman.
They also tried to get the delivery guy fired by contacting his manager, who ultimately determined the dealership was the real problem, which they have had conflicts with in the past.
Eventually the owner of the dealership and his son went to the pizza place to say they were sorry.
But the apology was a day late and about 7 dollars too short, as the video had been leaked online and the Internet decided to get revenge on F&R Auto Sales in the most effective way possible: with some very interesting Yelp reviews.
According to Lan Tien, "It was hot so I was painting the wall in the nude, and I slipped on the floor causing my private parts to fall inside the pipe that was protruding from the wall to take water outside from the air conditioning unit. Unfortunately, I got stuck as a result." One might use this as a teaching moment to talk about the safety of one's tally-whacker in the open air, but all we're left wondering is just HOW your jingle-jank can "fall" into an open pipe.
These are the mysteries of life, people.