GM is announcing three new recalls, all at once, affecting 1.5 million vehicles. That’s in addition to the 1.6 million vehicles already recalled for an ignition switch problem.
The largest affects more than a million crossover SUV's. There's a wiring problem in their seat-mounted side airbags that triggers a warning light. If the warning light is ignored, the air bag might not work.
Until those jetpacks we were all promised "in the future" come along, this might be the next best thing to seeing what it would be like to fly "faster than a speeding bullet."
The filmmakers at Corridor Digital dreamt up a scenario in which Superman goes on a mission to return a lost GoPro camera and decides to strap it on for the ride. Along the way, Supes helps capture some gun wielding evil-doers AND rescues a damsel in distress from a burning building!
Fred Phelps Sr., the founder of the controversial Westboro Baptist Church, is reportedly near death, according to his estranged son.
According to Nathan Phelps's Facebook page, his father is "on the edge of death." A spokesman for the church confirmed Phelps has health issues, but that reports that he was near death was "not only highly speculative, but foolish."
Russ Leatherman, aka The Movie Man, runs down the pros and cons of "Need for Speed" starring Aaron Paul of "Breaking Bad" fame, the "Veronica Mars" movie funded by fans through Kickstarter and "Tyler Perry's Single Moms Club" which he couldn't screen but claims it's "bulletproof," thanks to Mr. Perry.
Leatherman says this weekend's best flick is "Veronica Mars," which is based on the TV show that ran from 2004 to 2007 about a teenage private eye. Fans hated to see the show end, so when the opportunity to help pay for a movie adaptation came along via Kickstarter, they donated in droves. More than 91,000 backers raised over $5.5 million during the campaign. The goal was only $2 million!
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