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  • Billionaire Bill Gates has no idea how commoners spend their money

    02/22/2018 10:33:47 AM PST · by nickcarraway · 43 replies
    Itís been awhile since billionaire Bill Gates had to grocery shop among us plebs, so youíll forgive him if heís a little disconnected from the price of common items. The Microsoft co-founder appeared on ďEllenĒ yesterday, where the daytime host had him guessing costs of supermarket sundries like Rice-a-Roni, pizza rolls and forbidden snack-du-jour Tide Pods. SNIP Gates pegged Rice-a-Roni at $5 (itís $1). He thought a container of Tide Pods cost $4. Please, itís $19.97. After guessing an exorbitantly high cost for Totinoís Pizza Rolls, the audience took pity on him and pointed him to a more on-the-nose answer...
  • Susan Rice drops out of running for secretary of state, cites 'very politicized' confirmation....

    12/13/2012 1:02:18 PM PST · by Perdogg · 148 replies
    Embattled U.N. envoy Susan Rice is dropping out of the running to be the next secretary of state after months of criticism over her Benghazi comments, she told NBC News on Thursday.
  • Vincent DeDomenico, Rice-A-Roni inventor, dies at 92 ("the San Francisco treat" )

    10/22/2007 2:09:31 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 51 replies · 108+ views
    Vincent DeDomenico, a pasta maker who paid homage to his hometown when he invented the Rice-A-Roni side dish, has died at age 92, his family said. Along with his brothers, DeDomenico, the son of Italian immigrants, created the packaged blend of rice and pasta during the early 1960s. It became known as "the San Francisco treat" through television advertisements that featured a catchy jingle and cable cars. After the brothers sold the Golden Grain Macaroni Co. to Quaker Oats in 1986, DeDomenico bought 21 miles of railroad track in Napa Valley and several vintage passenger cars that he put to...