Sunday marked the 60th anniversary of the deaths of Richie Valens, Buddy Holly & The Big Bopper from a plane crash in Iowa. Also, the New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams in the worst Super Bowl ever. February 3rd will now be remembered as The Day The Music Died, and The Day The Football Died.
Maroon 5 performed at halftime of the Super Bowl, making it The Day The Music Died Again.
Consumer research revealed mixed results regarding which Super Bowl ad was the best, but unanimously showed that all of the ads were more interesting than the game.
In Philadelphia, a man’s pants caught fire after being tasered by security guards outside of a cheesesteak restaurant. The victim’s condition was unavailable, but he promised never to order a steak with swiss cheese ever again.
Rapper 21 Savage is facing deportation from U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement, who claim he’s in the U.S. illegally. It’s also been revealed that 21 Savage may actually be British, since the name on his passport is 21 Heathen.
President Trump spent part of Friday in a roundtable discussion on human trafficking, telling those assembled that, in his experience, there isn’t any real money in it.
Science journal BMJ stated that there’s no evidence to support the notion that eating breakfast promotes weight loss. They cite the results of 13 different clinical trials, and McDonald’s serving breakfast all day.
General Motors is starting to lay off 4,000 salaried workers. Impacted employees turning on their work computers saw an indicator needle pointing to the letter E.
Kristoff St. John, 52, who portrayed Neil Winters on CBS’ ‘The Young and the Restless’, died over the weekend. Or….did he??
Rapper Bow Wow and his girlfriend Leslie Holden were each arrested for assault following a physical altercation at their home. Bow Wow was allegedly angry at Holden for the attention she gave to another man at a party – claiming he saw her sniffing his butt.