The father of the Mustang has died, according to the Detroit Free Press. Lee Iacocca was 94. Now, you might be thinking – Mustang? I remember him from all those Chrysler commercials in the 80s. Yes! Ford fired Iacocca in 1978, when he was 54-year-sold. A couple months later he announced he’s the new President and CEO of Chrysler.
He was arguably the most well known business figure of the 80s and admirers even tried to get him to run for president in 84. Instead, Iacocca signed another contract with Chrysler and developed a vehicle that changed moms forever – the minivan.
Have you noticed Miranda Lambert has been doing some strange stuff lately? So has her record label. Miranda said in an interview with Chicago’s country station US 99, her record label is: “not going to let me have eight months off ever again because I get married and do weird s–t.”
Want free beer? You got it thanks to the US Women’s Soccer Team. Budweiser promised to give away 100,000 free beers in the UK if England won. So, just before the game, Miller Lite Tweeted, ”Okay, Bud, you’re on. We’ll take the U.S. If we win, we’re giving away 100,000 free beers right here in the good ol’ USA.”
WHEN THEY WIN, WE ALL WIN. ENJOY YOUR FREE MILLER LITE, AMERICA. Details coming soon ⚽????— Miller Lite (@MillerLite) July 2, 2019
AMC is not canceling The ”Walking Dead.” According to Games Radar, even though Robert Kirkman ended his comic book series this week with a surprise ending, AMC has assured fans that the series will “live on.”
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