Daily Show Prep: Monday, April 18

This is my last Daily Show Prep until after I get back from Ireland

AMC won’t allow texting in movie theaters after major backlash – 95.3 MNC News | The Burning Truth

As I told you earlier, this was a BAD idea.

The Numbers – Movie Market Summary 1995 to 2016

Annual Ticket Sales

Teacher Goes Off On Middle School Student Who Caught Him Watching Threesome Porn

The mother doesn’t believe there was actual sex being shown, but maybe the precursor to a sex scene that sets the origin story and plot.

11 Year-Old ‘Dancing Trumps’ Banned From School Talent Show After Complaints (Video)

The 11 year-old Dancing Trumps from Fiske Elementary School in Wellesley, Massachusetts were banned from entering the talent show.

How US covered up Saudi role in 9/11 | New York Post

In its report on the still-censored “28 pages” implicating the Saudi government in 9/11, “60 Minutes” last weekend said the Saudi role in the attacks has been “soft-pedaled” to protect America’s delicate alliance with the oil-rich kingdom.

Saudis warn of economic reprisals if Congress passes 9/11 bill –

Saudi Arabia is warning it will sell off billions in American assets if the U.S. Congress passes a bipartisan bill that would allow victims of 9/11 and other terrorist attacks to sue foreign governments.

Released Hillary phone transcript reveals Benghazi truth: ‘Attack had nothing to do with the film’ | BizPac Review

“We know the attack in Libya had nothing to do with the film,” Clinton told Kandil. “It was a planned attack – not a protest.”

Judge rules Newtown lawsuit against gun maker can go forward – CBS News

Judge Barbara Bellis ruled Thursday that a federal law protecting gun-makers from lawsuits does not prevent lawyers for the families of Sandy Hook victims from arguing that the AR-15 semi-automatic rifle is a military weapon and should not have been sold to civilians.

FedEx employee falls asleep, is shipped with packages to Texas |

There are probably more than a few of us out there who have nodded off at work. For one sleepy FedEx employee, a seemingly harmless nap landed him in a bit of a bind when he woke up several states over.