Blockbuster LIVES!

Blockbuster LIVES!

The Delaware News Journal says Delaware’s Seaford High School has issued an apology for playing a version of the national anthem before a volleyball game that really didn’t go over well with anyone…they played Roseann’s version of the national anthem. Yeah, they won’t be doing that again.

The NY Post says a Comedy Central producer, named Cory Bruce, has opened his own Blockbuster Video store…in a cubicle at work! The cubicle features 400 VHS tapes, 200 DVDs, eight tube TVs, one DVD player, candy, four VHS players and a Blockbuster Video sign. Cory started his own Blockbuster store after a co-worker made fun of him because he has VHS tapesĀ 

And finally,

The Robb Report says a woman from Canada found a $250,000 Rolex in a couch she purchased for $25 from a thrift store. She took it to an appraiser. The appraiser told her that she was in possession of a Paul Newman Daytona 6241 Rolex watch. The watch is worth $250,000. The woman plans to sell it and then buy a house…and breast implants.