Archive for June, 2008
Several wireless companies have announced rate plans for unlimited calling plans, including weekends, days, nights, afternoons, nooners, holidays, and any other time you can name. Most of the wireless providers are offering the plans at just $100/mo, but Virgin Mobile USA has come in lower, offering the “Totally Everything” plan for just $80/mo.
What does Virgin hope to accomplish with this lowering? To get more customers, of course. What could be better? Because the plan is prepaid, there are no contracts to sign. No being locked into a deal. No being stuck with a carrier. A bold move. But will it work? Continue Reading »
Knowing who is the top wireless provider in the nation might change on different occassions, but for the first quarter of 2008 the numbers have been manipulated and finally submitted and are available for your viewing pleasure.
Here’s something that might surprise you, unless you think about it and the state of the economy and the overall laziness of the population. There were no changes in rankings from the last time a quarterly report was created. Continue Reading »
Seems that in Norway, a woman has found a way to increase the value of fake hair. The value of the wig actually didn’t change, but maybe her head became more valuable, when the woman glued 2.2 pounts of cocaine to her head.
There have been wilder things glued to much more interesting parts of the body, but gluing something to your head should earn you some bonus points. Just think what William Shatner is smuggling under his hair piece. Continue Reading »
This website costs money to run, but I’m not smart enough to stop. The truth is that I’m not nearly as smart as the list of men that make more money now that they are dead than 99.5% of Americans will make while they are alive. Ridiculous and amazing at the same time.
Eugene Isenberg is the 78-year-old chief executive of Nabors Industries Ltd. If Mr. Isenberg died tomorrow, Nabors would owe his estate a “severance” payment of at least $263.6 million, company filings show. That’s more than the first-quarter earnings at the Houston oil-service company. Continue Reading »