Do they think money doesn’t grow on trees? When it comes to back-to-school, teenagers are shopping more like their parents these days, recycling last year’s clothing and looking for stuff on sale, a survey says.
The funny thing is, when The Buzz reads the words “shopping more like their parents,” we can’t help but visualize teens wearing Dockers and mom jeans.
Dude, where’s my cart? Since it’s Portland, Oregon, this was bound to happen: a marijuana food cart called Smoke Buddy.
Alas, Oregon officials say Smoke Buddy is illegal. Also, the Cheetos and Hot Pockets sold along with the weed were neither fair trade nor responsibly sourced.
Don’t know much about history: On this day in 1958, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed a measure providing a pension to former presidents and their spouses.
Ex-presidents currently get about $203,000 a year — obviously not nearly enough for the Clintons, since it would cover only about month at their Hamptons beachfront rental.
— Mark Carlson, Herald staff