Like many Americans, we plan to take Memorial Day off. And while a three-day weekend is always fun, this holiday is a somber one.
We were reminded of that reading an Op-Ed from Tom Manion in today's Wall Street Journal. Manion served in the military for 30 years and his son, Travis Manion, was killed in Iraq when he was just 26-years-old.
Manion delivers an emotional piece that attempts to answer a complex question: Why do they serve?
Did you know most people smile when they are frustrated?
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Carl reads three quotes from the weeks news: The 2012 Ad Wars Get an Early Start; Space Taxi!; and An Idle Idol Finale.
Our panelists answer questions about the week's news: The Greatest Duh-liberative Body in the World.
Our panelists tell three stories about improving customer service.
More questions for the panel: A Healthy Reason to Eat Junk Food; Sinking the USS Chivalry; Science Solves a Condiment Conundrum.
Carl reads three news-related limericks: A Beef-tacular Discovery; Sorry, Ladies ... You Can't Handle These Chips; The Queen's Walker.
All the news we couldn't fit anywhere else.
In a recent speech, Mitt Romney announced there was a list of words he wasn't allowed to say. Our panelists predict what those words are.
Does Dish Network have the right to offer a commercial-free experience for its customers? Or does that infringe on broadcasters' copyrights?
As you might expect, CBS, NBC and Fox are not very happy at the prospect and filed suit yesterday against the TV provider to stop it from rolling out its "AutoHop" service.