DAVE MUSTAINE Makes ANDERSON COOPER's 'The RidicuList' … Again
Before signing off each night, CNN anchor Anderson Cooper concludes his show "AC360" with a segment called "The RidicuList", during which he comments on some trivial bit of news or pop culture.
Tuesday night's (January 8) edition of "The RidicuList" focused on the MEGADETH mainman Dave Mustaine's Facebook rant against Men's Wearhouse, the U.S.-based men's dress apparel retailer, for the company's tardiness in delivering a gift certificate he purchased for the band's tour manager. You can now watch the segment below.
On January 2, Men's Wearhouse responded to Mustaine via MEGADETH's Facebook page, admitting that the delay in processing the order was "unacceptable" and standing by its promise to "deliver world-class customer service."
This is not the first time Mustaine was featured on "The RidicuList". He previously made the segment in February 2012 after he denied that he endorsed then-Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum despite having stated in an interview that he thought Santorum had "some presidential qualities."
Dave Mustaine on "The RidicuList" - January 8, 2013:
Dave Mustaine on "The RidicuList" - February 16, 2012:
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