1.)     Arby’s wanted to make sure everyone knew it didn’t only sell those roast beef sandwiches slathered in cheese, so it made a poster showcasing a stacked tower of all the other meats on the menu.   So now, you can have that tower of meat.   It includes: 2 chicken tenders; 1½ ounces of roast turkey; 1½ ounces of ham; 1 slice of Swiss cheese; 1½ ounces of corned beef; 1½ ounces of brisket; 1½ ounces of Angus steak; 1 slice of cheddar cheese; 1½ ounces of roast beef and 3 half-strips of bacon.     There’ll put it between 2 buns for $10 dollars – but you’ll have to ask for it, as it won’t be on the menu board.

2.)      Action Comics No. 1 sold for 10 cent in 1938.     A copy of that same comic book was sold on an eBay auction this weekend for $3,207,852.   That price set the record for the most expensive comic book ever sold, a title previously held by another copy of Action Comics No. 1. That particular comic was sold in 2011 for $2.16 million and is believed to have been the issue Nicolas Cage once owned, before it was stolen from him.

3.)      The search actually kicked-off in Spartanburg – a casting call for a new male model for the Price Is Right.    If you think you have what it takes, and you’re 18 or older, you could be joining the 4 female models on the CBS game show.     The Price is Right is launching a male model search for the first time in its 40 plus year history.     The grand prize winner will score a week-long gig on the CBS game show in December and earn a chance to assume a more permanent spot in the future.    Cast calls will also take place in Los Angeles, Boston, Philadelphia, and Dallas.     Or, you can apply on-line here: