Arnold Palmer is back in the media again - these days as a pitchman for a blood thinner medication called Xarelto. Palmer - the retired professional golfer and course designer - is featured in television commercials with comedian Kevin Nealon and NASCAR driver Brian Vickers pitching for the pharmaceutical company.
Like a lot of things - there are two camps: Those who chew on ice cubes and those that don't. Well, it looks like good news for those who like to chew on frozen water - or at least - good news for people looking for a convenient way to make ice cubes.
Peanut butter and jelly, tuna salad, grilled cheese -- those are just a small sample of the sandwiches we love to eat. But, there's a whole other world of sandwiches out there you may not even know about.
Here's a story that proves that there are still really good people in this world. 12-year old cancer patient Lucas Hobbs was granted a Make-A-Wish gift. Instead of choosing something for himself, he chose to give back to others by feeding police officers in Minneapolis via a food truck.
The Summer of 1985 will forever be remembered for many things; we were a good year into the second term of President Ronald Reagan, the Cold War raged on, Live Aid happened, and an iconic American brand messed with their heritage.
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