Not that I always read Women's Wear Daily, but they did just interview Jennifer Aniston to learn more about the hair-care brand Living Proof, which she bought into last fall.
One of the other investors is her longtime friend, salon owner Chris McMillan. He's the one who created "The Rachel" cut in 1994 as Aniston's signature look in Friends.
And what does McMillan reveal in the article?
That he was not sober when he came up with the haircut.
So how many folks copied a look that was created by a guy not in his right mind?
Here's the story.
Lee Westwood is my new hero.
He showed that even pro golfers can whiff. Yup, he completely missed the ball today when he tried an iron shot on the first hole of the third round of The Players Championship.
This is a guy who has more than a million dollars in winnings already this year. And he can still look like a duffer.
OK, he was next to a tree and he did brush the trunk with his backswing. But he missed just the same.
Here's a video of the "shot" - he ended up with a double bogey on the hole.
It's probably been years since you played the gossip game in which one person whispers a message to his or her neighbor...then the message goes on to the next person and the next person - until it becomes unrecognizable.
Well, Siri and Google Voice are no better.
An artist named Michael Silber put them to the test as part of a thesis called "Digital Humor Theory" he authored at New York's Pratt Institute.
Silber wrote some text and had Siri read it. He phoned himself, left the recording as a voicemail message and had Google Voice transcribe it. Siri then read the transcription and Silber started the process all over again.
Fairly quickly the sentences lost all meaning. In what might be a promising bug in the system, the word "chocolate" started appearing - I like that!
Follow the link to hear the back-and-forth between Siri and Google Voice.
For the second time in five days, the locks on cell doors at a Montgomery County jail suddenly unlocked.
That sort of defeats the purpose of a jail, don't you think?
No inmates tried to escape either time - early this morning and this past Tuesday - in Boyds. Todays incident involved about 500 cells.
The Director of the County Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation says a secuirty door that opens unexpectedly is a major security problem. Well...yes.
About 20 police cars were on patrol outside the facility today just in case. The locks were reset within an hour.
Here's more on the story.
If you were among the folks around the world who made Gangnam Style the most-watched video ever on YouTube...well, South Korea's PSY has a new video for a song called Gentleman.
Does it sound just like Gangnam Style? Is the new video reminiscent of the first video? Of course!
But a little K-Pop does take our minds off the serious crisis in the Korean peninsula. PSY performed the song Saturday in Seoul before 50,000 fans - and said he hoped it could be heard across the border in North Korea.
Apparently, the Korean lyrics repeat the words "I'm a mother-father-gentleman" and talk about feeling good and making you sweat - adding "you know who I am, west side."
If you're curious, here it is: