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Fail of The Day: Teen Named "Bud Weisser" Arrested For Trespassing at Budweiser Brewery in Missouri
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We can't make this up.

Nineteen-year-old Bud Weisser was cited for trespassing and resisting arrest in Missouri after he was found in a restricted area of the Budweiser brewery Thursday, according to Daily Mail.

Weisser apparently crashed his car in the parking lot and hopped a fence to enter the brewery. Police were called to the scene after he refused to leave the area.

Here's another look at Mr. Weisser.

Seems to be an upstanding young gentleman.

Heinz ketchup can't be called ketchup in Israel.
Via: Mashable
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Would a ketchup by any other name still taste as sweet? Probably.

Legally, in Israel, Heinz ketchup must now be called 'tomato seasoning' because it straight up doesn't have enough tomato in it to be called an actual ketchup product. Gross.

As Mashable reports;

After a complaint levied by local competitor Osem, the Health Ministry agreed that since Heinz does not contain at least 10% tomato solids, it can't legally be called ketchup.

However, Osem's victory may be shortlived. Haaretz reports that Heinz's local importer, Diplomat, is working with the Health Ministry to legally change the definition of ketchup from containing 10% to 6% tomato solids. In the meantime, English labels may still retain the term "ketchup."

This paired with a recent outcry over the lack of actual almonds in almond milk signals a rise in consumer awareness.



Heinz better put some more tomato in their ketchup stat, or face some kind of seasoning stigma and be thought a lesser product.

Would you eat some tomato seasoning with your fries?

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Meet Hashtag Jameson, a newborn baby girl who has reportedly been named after the metadata tag used on Twitter.

Via: /r/videos
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Not to be culturally insensitive or anything, but New Jersey's Republican congressional candidate Shmuley Boteach is a hard name to forget.

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