It was only a couple days ago that we showed you a video of Batman cruising in his ‘Batmobile’ (but really a black Lamborghini) on I-95 in Silver Spring, Maryland. What we didn’t see later is the same Batman getting pulled over by Montgomery Country police because of an improper rear license plate. Turns out the bat symbol isn’t a street legal plate.
Probably the most unlikely of places for a brawl, a fistfight broke out between two patrons over seats during a performance of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. As the two men fought it out, the conductor never stopped the performance — even as some of the attendees made for the exit.
Social media has the changed the world in so many ways, there’s hardly anybody that hasn’t experienced its impact, no matter how big or small. Twitter in particular has opened doors to celebrities that us commoners never imagined. Why wait for a star outside a restaurant in Beverly Hills to get a scribbled autograph when you could just get a shout-out from them on Twitter? And it has worked for many.
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