The tiny Texas bottler may have to change its ways.
Plus: the city's best-looking waitstaffs, and PETA amasses shares, all in our morning news roundup.
The sample was provided "by a member of the album's production team who has assured us that these few seconds of sound were obtained legitimately."
Which would be a far better punishment if we believed the blogger in question ever left his home anyway.
Plus, Ryan Skeen clarifies his stance on the ribs.
Josh Ozersky says ribs should never be braised; Ryan Skeen (?) has something to say about that.
Hear the first beats from 'Detox' while being advertised to!
Plus: Recipe sites thrive, and Dunkin' Donuts slashes prices, all in our morning news roundup.
Get your Encyclopedia Brown on, people!
After being missing for the better part of these past fifteen years, cornrowed recluse Axl Rose has finally turned up — on the Internet!
We guess this means Axl actually has to release this thing now!
This is definitive proof that hard work never pays off.
There was a time when our nation could believe in a soda company's solemn promise to deliver a free can of its beverage to every man, woman, and child in America.
We'd love to say something funny here, but, like everyone else, we ran out of 'Chinese Democracy' jokes in 2003.
Chinese Democracy is coming out in late November, which means Dr. Pepper owes us a cold one.
Dr. Pepper promised free soda if 'Chinese Democracy' came out before 2009. And they intend to follow through.
The band has finally delivered its new album to the label, and Dr. Pepper is psyched.