Good morning, friends! It was a quiet, cold, rainy weekend here in Massachusetts, so I spent it the way that such weekends should be spent: at the movies on Saturday and on my couch on Sunday. Perhaps not the most exciting weekend, but at the very least, it was a little bit better than some people’s.
I couldn’t tell you the last time I ate at a Wendy’s, but I am sure there are plenty of people that enjoy that little red-headed witch’s fast food. While it’s obvious that fast food is not good for your body, people who enjoy Wendy’s may also be taking a hit to their credit rating.
A February cyber-attack at the chain exposed customer data from hundreds of Wendy’s locations around the country. The data stolen included cardholder names, card numbers, expiration dates, and CVV numbers — all of the information needed to make purchases.
The company has released a list of stores that were affected by the breach and it also is offering “free fraud consultation and identity restoration services” to anyone that had their information stolen.
It will probably the most expensive Frostee some of those people ever bought. [via Eater.com]
If you’ve having sex so good that you’re being loud enough to bug your neighbors, things can’t be that bad for you, right? Well, if you’re this woman from Red Lion, PA, that’s not exactly true.
The 25-year-old Warfel was sentenced on Friday to spend 45 to 90 days in York County Prison after she pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and harassment regarding her neighbors who share a wall in their row houses. The changes stemmed from Warfel “loudly fornicating and banging around her bedroom to the degree that the victims’ dresser and her own bed shook.”
Before you think Warfel’s neighbors are uptight asses, consider this: on the other side of Warfel’s bedroom wall were two teenagers, who were often kept up until 3 a.m. by the sex noises and loud music. The mom of the household — where her terminally ill husband also lives — repeatedly asked Warfel to keep it down, and she refused. Afterward, “Warfel would call her daughters names and threaten them” and “As she was having sex, she would describe the acts loudly enough for the girls to hear,” the mom told YDR.com.
I guess it’s true that crazy chicks are the best at sex? [via YDR.com]
This Guy At Thursday Night’s Cubs Game
An unnamed man likely spent the weekend in some pain after he tried to jump from the right field bleachers onto the field during the Cubs-Braves game at Wrigley Field.
According to The Chicago Sun-Times:
During a lengthy rain delay before the game, the man ignored ushers’ orders and leaped from the wall and then clipped the “basket” extending from the wall with his foot, flipping him to the warning track below, according to people at the scene and Twitter feeds from people claiming to be in the seating area.
The condition of the man, who was already taking his life into his hands by wearing a Mets jersey to Wrigley Field, is unknown, but I think it’s safe to assume his weekend wasn’t great…particularly since the Mets lost all three of their games this weekend. [via Chicago Sun Times]
I remember the day in my late teens when I found my first grey hair. While I cursed my mother for her genetics, I pondered if this meant I was officially “old.” So while I find it difficult to sympathize with Kylie Jenner as that she has more money at 18 than I’ll ever see in my lifetime, but this is one instance in that I feel her anguish.
On second thought…I don’t feel so bad. [via US Magazine]
Much like Kylie Jenner, I find it hard to feel bad for the top 1% of richest Americans. But even if you are a millionaire, it sucks to not have as much money as you had before.
According to data collected by Emmanuel Saez, an economics professor at UC Berkeley, the recovery from the recession for this group hadn’t been easy, showing that the average income of the top 1% today is 12% less than it was in 2007, falling from $1.56 million to $1.36 million today.
Boo-hoo, right? According to Fortune, “However, the rest of America may have a hard time finding any sympathy for this elite group, as their average income is still only 5% lower than pre-recession levels. The rest of us — the 99% — had an average income of $48,768 in 2015, which is down from $51,280 in 2007.”
Yeah, screw them. [via Fortune].