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Toys ‘R’ Us Removes “Breaking Bad” Action Figures, Now 100% (Toy) Meth-Free


When a Florida parent learned that there were action figures from the very adult cable drama “Breaking Bad” on the shelf at Toys ‘R’ Us, she was upset.

Michigan Joins List Of Tesla-Hating States; Bans Direct Sales Of Cars


(Atwater Village Newbie)Even though only a few dozen Teslas have been sold to people in Michigan, and even though the electric vehicle maker has no storefront display operations in the state, the home of America’s auto industry has decided it needed to pass a law actually banning carmakers from selling automobiles to Michigan consumers without first going through a franchised dealership.

Use Up All The Money On Your Prepaid Phone, Because You’ll Probably Never Get It Back


(Bill)When you buy a prepaid cellphone and put a bunch of money on the account, you might think that whatever balance remains on the account when you decide to change providers or stop using that device.

What Does “Organic” Mean For Non-Edible Items? Not Much, Necessarily


(Seer Snively)Way back in 2002, the U.S. Department of Agriculture began certifying food and drinks that meet the federal standards to be called “organic.” Depending on the type of food, organic certification has different requirements.

You Can Now Reserve A Hotel Room Through Yelp


(afagen)In an effort to keep travelers who might be checking out the reviews for hotels on Yelp’s website or in its mobile apps instead of going elsewhere when it comes time to book lodging, Yelp announced today that it’s teamed up with travel site Hipmunk to offer hotel reservations directly to users.

Citibank Raises Fees For Accounts, But Plans To Offer Free Credit Reports To Some Customers


(Patrick Fagan) Citibank is poised to become the second financial institution to provide customers with free credit scores each month.

USPS Apologizes For Declaring Living, Breathing Man “Deceased”


Every parent dreads the possibility of outliving their children. So imagine the shock when one mom found out via the U.S.

Store Clerk Fends Off Would-Be Robber By Spraying Her With Insecticide


(WJACTV.com)Necessity is the mother of invention, as someone famous and ancient once said, and Plato would be right in the case of a convenience store clerk faced with a would-be robber.

Old Navy Celebrating Birthday By Rendering Selfies In Balloons For Some Reason


Twenty years ago, I was impressed with technology that let me print a pixelated version of my own picture on a dot matrix printer in my middle school technology class.

Rogers Twitter Account Is Apparently Run By Wisecracking Sitcom Teen


When you haven’t had phone service for several days and all you want is for someone at the phone company to tell you when it will finally be fixed, it’s not a good idea for a customer service rep to try to A) try to tell you about the benefits of its pay-TV service; and B) be a smartass about it.

Deadly Spider Hijacks Grocery Store Bananas, Gnaws Off Its Own Leg To Escape Capture


(kyle tsui)If you haven’t been eyeing those bunches of grocery store bananas suspiciously after past spider ambushes, this most recent incident might make you pay attention.

Hating Lines Isn’t A Good Enough Excuse To Shoplift $300 In Liquor, Other Goods From Walmart


(Ben Schumin) Long lines are a pain, but they’re part of the deal when you shop at major retail stores.

Want A Dinner Reservation At A Popular Restaurant? Pay Up


(Cpt. Brick) Earlier this month, we shared with you the news that a delivery-only restaurant in San Francisco added dynamic pricing to its business model: that is, instead of shutting down orders when there is high demand, they simply charge customers more.

Diner Arrested After Her “Husband,” Jesus Christ, Fails To Show Up With Promised Cash To Pay The Bill


(Kimaroo)It doesn’t matter if you believe in Jesus (either as the son of God and/or as historical figure) or not: The issue of a hefty unpaid restaurant tab for food and booze hinges on the fact that Jesus Christ failed to show up and pay the bill of a woman claiming he’s her husband in the eyes of the law, a husband that she allegedly promised would walk in any minute to settle her tab with cold, hard cash.

Frontier Customers Sue, Alleging They Don’t Get Advertised Internet Speeds


(Brad Clinesmith)In a recently filed class-action suit, Frontier Communications customers in West Virginia allege the cable/Internet company advertised high-speed broadband packages but then failed to deliver, only providing a fraction of what customers were promised.

There’s Now A Thing Called Artisanal Ice, It Melts Slower But Costs You More


(Karen Chappell) Depending on where you live, you may be hard-pressed to find a cocktail under $10 nowadays.

Feds: Don’t Say Your Plastic Shopping Bags Are Biodegradable If You Can’t Prove It


(Great Beyond)While cities and states around the country crack down on the overuse of plastic shopping bags, the Federal Trade Commission is warning manufacturers of these bags to refrain from making eco-friendly claims about their products unless those claims can be proven in the real world.

If Anyone Actually Liked Cappuccino Potato Chips, They’ll Be Bummed Wasabi Ginger Is Lay’s New Flavor


While it was noted during an unofficial, informal tasting of Lay’s trial of cappuccino-flavored potato chips by Consumerist’s Boss Meg a few months ago that the snack “tastes how the mall looks,” others out there might actually have liked the dusting of sweet, coffee-ish powder on chips.

At Hallmark, Get Halloween Ornaments For Your Halloween Tree


Here at Consumerist, we pretend to hate holiday mashups while secretly loving them. Still, we have to admit that we were a little confused when we saw that Hallmark now has Halloween ornaments.

NHTSA Urges Owners Of Vehicles With Defective Airbags To Get Them Fixed, Even Though No Parts Are Available


(Listener42) Federal safety regulators are asking millions of vehicle owners to immediately fix their defective airbags, but it may do little to actually remedy the problem.


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