The outraged Starbucks cup guy was on CNN and he pretty much ended his 15 minutes of fame. Among other things, he told the anchor that the US is a obviously a Christian nation, because President Obama had to pretend to be one to get elected.
Interesting Stat of the Day: 47 percent. “Saturday Night Live” viewership ratings for the episode hosted by Donald Trump over the weekend were the show’s highest since 2012 — and were 47 percent higher than the ratings during Hillary Clinton’s guest appearance earlier this season.
Jeb Bush was asked one of the most critical questions facing the world today: If you could go back in time, would you kill Baby Hitler? He said “Hell yeah, I would!”
In technology news, Comcast is testing bandwidth caps on home Internet use. Because they are already so well loved. Under the scheme, customers have a monthly limit of 300 gigabytes and pay an overage fee of $10 for every additional 50 gigabytes they use.
Plus, according to a new survey, Americans over the age of 30 are more miserable than they’ve ever been.
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