When hackers first released buckets of internal data out of Sony Pictures late last year, the company’s legal wing tried to scare both journalists and normal people away from the story. It didn’t work (unless you were an employee of the New York Times). Now Sony’s at it again, this time with the insane claim that looking at WikiLeaks threatens the First Amendment.
Jelly Roll, a 28-year-old white rapper from Antioch, Tennessee, has eaten at Waffle House more times than he can possibly remember. Hundreds of visits, but more likely thousands, to an inestimable percentage of America’s 1,600 Southern franchises. He orders the same meal every time, his particular variation of an All-Star Breakfast: scrambled eggs with cheese and wheat toast; hash browns that are double scattered, smothered, covered, and chunked (splattered with cheese, onions, and ham); a side of sausage; and a chocolate-chip waffle.