To be fair, Bonnie Tsui is not outraged. But she’s annoyed. It bothers her when she sees Oriental Chicken Salad on the Applebee’s menu.
It’s the kind of headline meant to grab the attention of the president: “Say Goodbye to the Filet-O-Fish.”
On this latest mini-episode of the Substandard, Sonny, JVL and I discuss the passing of Erin Moran, who played Joanie on Happy Days.
Who needs a drink? Certainly all those tax-filing procrastinators do—you know, our friends who took to Twitter telling us either they’re about to start filing their taxes with one hour to go or just filed close to midnight.
It’s been a hellish week for United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz. The video of passenger David Dao being forcefully ejected from his seat to make way for a United crew member has gone viral, leading to a public relations nightmare for the airline.
We’re going back to the basics—that’s essentially the message of the redefined Carl’s Jr. fast-food chain. So long to those scantily clad models sinking their teeth into big, juicy burgers.
McDonald’s most recent promotion was a curious one: three sizes of Big Mac, the largest of which was called the Grand Mac. The Big Mac wasn’t all that big to begin with (a mere 1/5 of a pound of beef). So why even waste your time with the single-patty Mac Jr.? But the Grand Mac? Here’s something I’d been waiting for.
What better way to get ready for tonight’s NCAA men’s final than to listen to a rare Substandard micro-episode on sports!
An attempt by the New Hampshire state legislature to ban the selling of Russian vodka in the Granite State failed to win approval.
Police in Italy were able to stop the theft of a Ferrari. No, I’m not talking about the new F12berlinetta (MSRP $379,866). Nor am I talking about the 1961 Ferrari 250GT California (“Che bella”). I’m referring to the one and only Enzo Ferrari, the founder of the sportscar empire who died in 1988.