On Tuesday the Obama administration agreed to pay more than $3 billion to Native American tribes who alleged that the government cheated them out of billions dating back to 1887. The settlement of the case, called Cobell v. Salazar, marks the biggest government payout to Native Americans in US history.
Is a “record cold” in Idaho threatening your potato crops? Never fear, Matt Drudge will post a link. Snowing in Houston? Drudge has the scoop! Blizzard delaying your flight out of JFK? You get the picture. Drudge’s climate denialism is well known, but his tendency to cite Accuweather.com is, well, odd. Here’s a look at part of yesterday’s homepage:
Has anyone else seen Reebok’s campaign for EasyTone, its new sneaker targeting women? Since Reebok bought 3,000 TV ads for November and December there’s a good chance you have. But if not, here it is:
What could be better than a signed poster of David Hasselhoff that features the words of your choosing in his own handwriting? Just type in your message and it appears, like magic, on the poster, above the Hoff's inimitable, happy-face signature. There's even an obscenity filter--the dirty words get rendered as asterisks--to keep you from getting (understandably) carried away. With nine poses to choose from, who can resist?
(Note: if you're not either a football fan or a legal aficionado, you probably want to skip over this post.)