1. The Richmond Flying Squirrels, a minor league baseball team, is paying homage to New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner by selling $1 hot dogs during Thursday’s game. In response, the New York Mets said, “We’ve been honoring Weiner for years by being a public embarrassment.”
2. It has been reported that the “Fifty Shades of Grey” series of S&M erotic novels are the favorite reading material among “high value” prisoners at Guantanamo Bay. If that’s the case, then they should enjoy the waterboarding.
3. The Oprah Winfrey Network is finally turning a profit four years after its debut. Meanwhile, sixty-two years after his debut, Oprah is still waiting on Stedman to do the same.
4. A school in Arkansas is allowing teachers to carry around concealed weapons while on campus. Crazy, right? Who would have guessed that Arkansas had schools?
5. According to several reports, the next version of Apple’s mobile operating system suggests future iPhone users will have the ability to use their fingerprints as passwords. “But just my fingerprints, right? Not my wife’s?” said an extremely interested Anthony Weiner.
6. Instead of using a regular billboard, singer Katy Perry has deployed a golden semi-truck bearing details of her upcoming album and a racy picture of the singer on its side. The advertisement has resulted in more-than-a-few semis.
7. In a recent interview, One Direction band-member Harry Styles said he’s “pretty sure” he’s not bisexual. So, sorry ladies.
8. A study published Monday in the journal Pediatrics shows nearly 30% of new mothers have diaper problems, including 8% who stretch how long their kids wear diapers in order to make them last longer. So far no one has taken my advise, don’t feed’em.
9. While watching the World Swimming Championships in Barcelona, retired swimmer Michael Phelps left the door open for a return at the upcoming 2016 Rio Olympic Games, hinting that everyone loves a comeback story. “Apparently not,” said Anthony Weiner.
10. A judge ruled Tuesday that Penn State’s former president, Graham Spanier, will face trial on obstruction of justice and other charges related to the Jerry Sandusky child abuse sex scandal. Spanier said he looks forward to his day in court and promises not to take the easy way out like JoePa.