How awesome is this?! The Canadian airline WestJet recently asked passengers before takeoff what they wanted for Christmas. And when they landed, the presents came out on the CONVEYOR BELT at the baggage claim . . . wrapped and everything. They'd gotten 150 volunteers to actually go out and buy the stuff people requested . . . including tablets, free airline tickets, and a 50-inch TELEVISION.
They set up a "virtual Santa" station at two different airports, where passengers and their kids could talk to a video screen and tell Santa what they wanted for Christmas.
So people did it because they didn't have anything better to do while they waited for their flight. But when they landed and got to the baggage claim, the presents came out on the conveyor belt . . . wrapped . . . with their NAMES on them.
It turns out that while they were in the air, the airline had gotten 150 volunteers to go from store to store and actually BUY the stuff people asked for.
Check out the reactions in the video...priceless!
Has any movie done more pre-promotion than Anchorman 2?...
Will Ferrell is continuing his all-out promotional onslaught leading up to the release of "Anchorman 2", which comes out December 18th.
Yesterday he was on "The Dan Patrick Show", in character as Ron Burgundy. And the highlight was when he made fun of the show's heavy metal intro for their sports "Stat of the Day" segment . . . and sang a much more mellow version. Here it is!
Get ready for a new holiday classic you'll see for years and years....or at least until the boss makes us take it down lol
It's our 'Not So Spectacular Christmas'!! From our living room to yours, Happy Holidays and enjoy.
Someone who really has a lot of time to spare took clips of Patrick Stewart on "Star Trek: The Next Generation", and edited them so he sings "Let It Snow" . . . except he says his catchphrase, "Make it so".
It may not become a new holiday favorite, but its pretty awesome nonetheless. Enjoy!!
Last night the founder and CEO of Amazon, Jeff Bezos was on "60 Minutes" to announce the newest Amazon venture: Delivery by FLYING ROBOT DRONES. Bezos had kept it completely secret until the show aired.
He says if Amazon can get FAA approval, they'll be able to deliver your packages by flying robot drone within the next four or five years.
The service will be called Amazon Prime Air. And the drones are so fast that you'll have the product delivered to your home approximately HALF AN HOUR after you order it. It could be amazing, or it could be full of problems - you make the call when you watch the segment...
Listen to all of her interviews now!
|Phill Collen||Kevin Roudolf|
|Ali Fedotowsky||Keke Palmer|
|David Stewart||Kathy and Rich Wakile|
|Danity Kane||Dot Marie Jones|
|Lance Bass||Rosie: Real House Wives|
|James Durbin||Pete Wentz|