That Philadelphia Eagles fan who ran smack into a pole and bounced off a subway train is in even more pain than you thought … as this new angle of his asinine celebration reveals. The guy was all pumped up underground Sunday on his way to see his…
Joey Chestnut says he may be nutty, but he would carry the Subway banner better than Jared Fogle for sure. Joey was licking his wounds after losing another eating competition Saturday to Matt Stonie at the Day-Lee Foods…
Jared Fogle is expected to plead guilty to child pornography charges tomorrow, and Subway has officially dumped him. The reported plea comes over a month after authorities removed evidence from his home in what was believed to be a separate a child porn case involving the former executive director of his non-profit organization.
Subway released a statement today announcing their split from Fogle. “Subway and Jared Fogle have mutually agreed to suspend their relationship due to the current investigation,” the chain said in a statement. “Jared continues to cooperate with authorities and he expects no actions to be forthcoming…Both Jared and Subway agree that this was the appropriate step to take.”
Following the FBI raid on Fogle’s house, a report revealed that he allegedly paid for a sexual encounter with a 16-year-old, which is the age of consent in his home state of Indiana.
According to another report, an anonymous Florida journalist helped trigger the investigation. The woman contacted the FBI after hearing Fogle make numerous inappropriate comments about middle school girls, and wore a wire to help bust him.
Fogle has never publicly addressed the child porn reports.
Brandy belted a rendition of her track “Home” while taking a ride on the New York City subway recently and the crazy part is that no one seemed to notice. Clad in a gray hooded sweatshirt and oversized sunglasses, Brandy showed off her pipes on the train, which was recorded and posted to her blog. “Nobody heard me singing?” Brandy asked after belting out the tune. “Nobody cares? OK.” RTT – Music Webcam Performers Wanted – Earn $ 100,000 per year!
Poor (rich) Brandy. She rode the NYC subway recently and decided to sing a song for the her audience. She obviously has never ridden the subway system in NY before, because she thought people would somehow care about her or what she was doing. Even if she can sing her a** off.
Brandy Norwood’s on Broadway in “Chicago” … but she might want to stay of the NYC subways — after she got humiliated while singing her heart out to a bunch of commuters. Brandy went incognito — wearing a hoodie and shades — and belted out a few…
9:50 AM PT — Subway released a statement saying, “We are shocked about the news and believe it is related to a prior investigation of a former Jared Foundation employee. We are very concerned and will be monitoring the situation closely.” 7:30 AM PT…
Subway and Jared Fogle are parting ways — for now, at least … they’ve agreed to a mutual suspension of their relationship during the child pornography investigation. In announcing the suspension, Subway added, “Jared continues to cooperate with…
Rejected Subway Signs
New York City’s Metro Transit Authority, otherwise known as the MTA, adorns their subways with various signage with special information, tips, and updates. Here are 10 such signs that, for some reason or another, were rejected.
NEW YORK—Speculating that his life must be one of constant thrills and unbridled adventure, subway sources confirmed Thursday that the guy currently sipping an energy drink while riding the downtown 6 train is probably heading off to snowboard in the X Games or engage in some other mind-blowing extreme sport. “Judging by that can of energy drink in his hand, this guy must be on his way to compete in some kind of freestyle snowpipe event, or maybe carve massive waves in an international surfing championship,” said fellow commuter Josh Harper, noting that the audacious, risk-taking man would surely need the mental and physical stimulation provided by his energy drink in order to, most likely, free climb a 3,000-foot cliff face and then BASE jump back down to the bottom once he reached the top. “It’s obvious that coffee alone isn’t enough for this guy—he …
New York City is full of surprises! Like when you realize those street performers in the subway aren't just random musicians trying to scrape together some change but are, in fact, U2. Bono, rocking a blue cowboy hat, and the whole band appeared, unannounced, at a subway stop underneath Grand Central Terminal where they played "Angel of Harlem." The impromptu performance drew a throng of fans and sightseers who documented … News, reviews, interviews and more for top artists and albums – MSN Music
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We’ve all been there: You see someone cute on the subway but don’t know what to do or if you should chat them up. Simone Davis recalls finding herself in that exact scenario one morning on the way to work:
The train comes, and we get on the same train together. I keep looking up at her, and I keep looking back down at my poetry book and writing, and then I keep looking up at her. … I don’t say anything, because I’m too shy. And I’m thinking, “This girl will think I’m crazy for just walking across the train and talking to her out of nowhere.”
Fortunately, the object of Simone’s affection wasn’t quite as shy:
[J]ust before she gets off the train, she hands me a note. The train doors close, and I look down at this note, and the note says, “I’d like to read it/hear it when it’s finished.” And it has her email address after it. And I’m like, “Yes! I won!”
Unfortunately, it just wasn’t meant to be — yet. After some email mishaps, there was no communication between the two for a full year and a half. Fate wasn’t quite finished with these two, though. Simone’s friends insisted that she go out with them one night, and after some resistance she agreed:
I’m sitting there, having a good time with my friends, and in this girl walks, the girl from the train a year and a half ago. I start telling my bros this story, and they’re like, “What? What? What are you doing still sitting here?! Go in there and talk to her! Go in there and get her!”
After some dancing and reintroductions, Simone and Katrina hit it off once again. This time, though, they immediately set up a first date, which ended up involving a ferry ride and a first kiss. Simone’s advice? If you ever have a chance, take it and go all in:
Take that chance. Take that risk on speaking up, because unlike my story, we often don’t get second chances. Sometimes we only get one shot. It took one person to step up and to make that introduction to make this story happen.