An advertisement for Kmart's free shipping for loyalty members has gone viral, using wordplay in a crude joke that has resonated with the masses. The viral ad starts with a dad speaking with a Kmart worker: "Ship my pants? Right here? Ship my pants, you're kidding," the dad says. The video has over 12 million views since being published eight days ago. read more
Two Denver entrepreneurs with ties to the medical-marijuana industry have started the nation's first marijuana tourism company. For several hundred bucks -- prices vary between VIP and economy levels -- My 420 Tours will pick visitors up at the airport, connect them to a pot-friendly hotel, set up hash-making demonstrations and dispensary-grow tours, and provide them with tickets to cannabis-themed events and concerts.
Food experts have found that much of the honey sold in the U.S. is a concoction of corn or rice syrup, malt sweeteners and a small amount of genuine honey. Two U.S. companies have been accused by the FBI of selling mislabeled imported honey that also contained the antibiotic chloramphenicol. "You can create a counterfeit product that looks very similar using sugar instead of bees," said monitoring expert David Bell. read more
A homeless Kansas City man found a $4,000 diamond ring and returned it to the woman who lost it. The ring fell by accident into the donation cup of Billy Ray Harris. He returned it to Sarah Darling and her husband Bill Krejci. "My grandfather was a reverend. He raised me from the time I was 6 months old, and thank the good lord. It's a blessing, but I do still have some character," Harris said. An online campaign to donate money to Harris for the gesture has raised $68,000 as of Friday morning. "The idea was maybe to come up with a couple hundred dollars, something nice for him," Krejci said. "But now we're talking about an amount that could really make a difference."