Robocop is on DVD today and we’ll take a look at some other releases today in Spankin New Tuesday. Then at 7:40 a.m., your chance to win a four pack of tickets to the advanced 3D screening of “Planes Fire & Rescue” on Thursday July 17th at 7 p.m., at Consolidated Theatres Ward Stadium 16.
Have you ever dreamed of owning your own town, or just taking a ride around town knowing all you see is really yours? This month, if you’ve got a spare $400,000 lying around, that dream could be a reality. Swett, South Dakota went on the market a few days ago and if you purchase it, here’s what’s in this town - bar, workshop, three trailers, single house, and 6.16 acres of prime prairie real estate. Population: 2. Well, 3 if you move there. Read the whole story [here].
If there's one thing everyone who's ever had a hangover can probably admit to, it's that they'll try just about anything to minimize the anguish. Now, thanks to The "IV Doctor," a service started in December by New York urologist, one's degree of suffering may be at least marginally reduced—for a price. For $250, you can have a nurse come to your home or office and administer fluid by IV, plus a cocktail of drugs to combat nausea (Zofran), heartburn (Pepcid), and headache/inflammation (Toradol). That particular package, called "Revive," is the most popular, and recommended for those on their "deathbed." I wonder if it’s a naughty nurse that administers, the IV? Ah, I guess it doesn’t matter since you’d be too hungover to care, right? She’ll probably look like the nurse in Kill Bill… with an eye patch. So go ahead, pay the $250 for the hangover treatment or you can do what I always do. Get a Big Mac from McDonald’s, first thing in the morning … and by morning, I mean 2 p.m. in the afternoon. Read the story [here].
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