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But the promotion was no crap. In fact it was so popular the theme park sold out of the product and has stopped selling it, a spokesperson told the Daily News Monday. It just traveled right through the park. The spokesperson said the candy was being offered on a trial run and there are no plans on when it will be brought back. Reports that Disney pulled the item due to complaints are inaccurate, the spokeswoman said.
The annual World's Ugliest Dog pageant went down in Petaluma, California on Friday. And the winner is certainly deserving . . . although she's definitely attractive in her own unique way.
This year's winner is a 10-year-old mixed breed dog from Loxahatchee, Florida named Quasi Modo. She has several birth defects that make her completely hunchbacked . . . and she looks more like a hyena than a dog.
She beat out 26 other dogs in categories like unusual attributes, raw ugliness, shocking first impression, and personality.
Her owners get a $1,500 prize.
Warner Bros. is no longer going to allow the General Lee car from Dukes of Hazzard to be produced or licensed with the confederate flag. The company tells Vulture: “Warner Bros. Consumer Products has one licensee producing die-cast replicas and vehicle model kits featuring the General Lee with the confederate flag on its roof — as it was seen in the TV series. We have elected to cease the licensing of these product categories.”
The new policy will mainly affect toy cars.
Warners Bros. made the move because of the Charleston church shootings.
Ben Jones, who played Cooter on “Dukes of Hazzard”, Facebooked: “That flag on top of the General Lee made a statement that the values of the rural South were the values of courage and family and good times.' We are not racists. We think the people who are creating this ‘cultural cleansing’ are the real bigots in this story. Cooter’s is going to continue to sell our Southern symbols as long as there’s a Cooter. I will fight these people until hell freezes over, and then I will fight them on the ice.”
A pilot in France recently took off in an ultralight, which basically looks like a cross between an airplane and a hang glider. And when he was already in the air, he realized there was a CAT hiding in the frame of one of the wings.
Luckily it was able to hang on until he could turn around and land.