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LouisvilleKY’s Papa John’s leaves it up to public to pick next pizza

LOUISVILLE, Ky.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Papa John’s International, Inc. today announced its weeklong Pick Our Next Pizzacampaign, inviting fans to choose its next menu item. The company developed four new pizzas for the campaign, each with a diverse flavor profile. Beginning today, pizza lovers can cast a vote for their favorite using a Twitter poll on Papa John’s Twitter page. The four crave-worthy contenders include: Huevos Rancheros A delicious take on huevos rancheros with chorizo, eggs, onions, tomatoes, real cheese made from mozzarella, and ranchero sauce baked atop our fresh-made original dough. The Roast Celebrate the Year of the Pig! You can smell it from…

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RIP #RIM? The Socially Deprived tweet BlackBerry and Apple iOS Humor

  If you are a Blackberry user, I am sorry. Seems that my BBM using friends have been suffering mercilessly for a few days at the lack of messaging service, social media apps and connectivity. Official statement earlier today: Wednesday 12th October – 14:38 (GMT-5)
We continue to work on clearing the message backlog in order to eliminate delays. Thank you for your patience. Backlog? Of data push? Here is what My Favorite digital mag has to say: M ashable reports on RIM Outage   “Yach described the initial outage as a failure of one of RIM’s core switches. However, the…

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Weiner-gate; Evolution Of A Scandal

Well another congressman has lied about something. I know it’s difficult to control your shock, but please try to keep yourselves together. Last week New York Congressman Anthony Weiner had a picture posted from his Twitter account, that we all know about. The crotch shot. The picture went to a youthful FEMALE Twitter follower, and she somehow got it into the hands of a conservative blogger, who further outed Weiner today with yet more questionable pictures and electronic communications. I really don’t need to re-hash what happened, but let’s examine how Weiner handled the situation. Frankly, he botched it from…