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The McRib sandwich is back at McDonald’s, but not all McDonald’s.
For some reason, the company didn’t roll out the McRib nationwide. Instead, the local franchises get to decide whether to carry the sandwich or not.
But don’t worry. There’s an app for that. Or, at least a website that shows McRib addicts where to go to get their fix.
McRibLocator.com is a crowd-sourced Google Map that gives users day-to-day information about where the McRib has been sighted – and devoured – across the country.
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Anchorman Ron Burgundy, otherwise known as Will Ferrell, joined the KX News in Bismarck, North Dakota on Saturday night.
In character throughout the half-hour broadcast, Will read the local Bismarck news alongside co-anchor Amber Schatz.
Burgundy's signature "stay classy" catchphrase didn't make the air, though, because he missed his cue. Instead, Will ended the night by saying, "What? Am I supposed to read that?"
Everyone is still talking about Auburn's incredible upset over Alabama on Saturday.
With the score tied at 28, and just a second left, Alabama's Adam Griffith's attempted a 57-yard field goal to win the game, but it came up short, leaving Auburn's Chris Davis to return the kick more than 100 yards for a touchdown to give number-four ranked Auburn the win over number-one ranked Alabama, 34-28.
We've all heard of air mail, but Amazon.com has plans to take it to a whole new level. The e-tailer is testing delivering orders to their customers using drones, CEO Jeff Bezos revealed during an interview with 60 Minutes on Sunday.
Although the technology is at least three-to-four years away, Amazon already has a name for their delivery service that would use small, unmanned aircraft. They're calling it Prime Air. Bezos said the goal of the new delivery service is to have packages in the hands of their customers in 30 minutes or less.