Check out what could be the most sexually explicit TV ad ever and take in our daily list of must-reads that will have you chatting at the lunch counter, over instant message or wherever it is that people actually talk these days.
- Ben & Jerry's says size does matter. The ice cream giant called out Haagen-Dazs for reducing the size of its pints from 16 to 14 ounces. The Vermont-based ice cream company ripped its rival for downsizing during a recession and said in a statement that during these tough economic times "you deserve your full pint of ice cream."
- Is this the most sexually explicit ad on television ever? The 6-Hour-Power campaign airs only after 10 p.m.and features a secretary behind a desk who walks into her boss' office after he messages her via intercom and says, "It's time." The secretary is not pictured in the next few frames but the boss is seated at the desk and, well, you get the picture. Love it or hate it, it got our attention and quite possibly earned accolades for most raunchy TV spot. It is certainly one of the dumbest.
- Charles Barkley was sprung from an Arizona jail yesterday - and apparently not a moment too soon. The basketball great complained that the sloppy joes, potatoes, pear chunks, zucchini and buttered roll he was served in jail was expletive-worthy. "Man ... this stuff tastes like s--t," he said, according to TMZ.
- A collector believes he's stumbled on the last photo of Lincoln taken before his assassination in 1865. The photograph was found in a private album belonging to General Ulysses S. Grant and shows the President against the backdrop of the White House. If the image turns out to be Lincoln it would be one of only 130 photos of the 16th commander in chief.
- A 7-year-old girl who had six vital organs removed so doctors could dislodge a tumor that grew to the size of a baseball in her abdomen will be released today from the New York hospital where the procedure was completed. The Feb.6 operation lasted a whopping 23 hours and was the first of its kind on a child - she was both a donor and a recipient of her own organs.