Yelp fixed three types of bugs in its iPhone app on Thursday: Bookmarks-related bugs, iOS5 styling and layout bugs and “um… uh, what’s the third one? Let’s see… Bookmarks iOS, layout and the um.. the third one we can’t recall. Oops.”
So says the app’s latest update page, which pokes fun of Rick Perry’s inability to recall the third federal government agency he would eliminate if he were president.
Perry drew the blank Wednesday night during CNBC’s “Your Money, Your Vote” GOP debate and stumbled for more than 40 seconds on the question before resigning to “oops.” It’s not just Yelp that has been drawing attention to the incident since.
A video clip of the memory lapse has made the top spot on the YouTube Politics channel’s list of Top 5 Hot Political Videos. YouTube news and politics manager Ramya Raghaven wrote that the video is the most-viewed video in both Des Moines and Cedar Rapids, two key Iowa cities for GOP hopefuls with eyes on the Iowa Caucus in January.
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Rick Perry: "Oops"
2012 presidential candidate Rick Perry drew a massive blank Wednesday night during CNBC’s “Your Money, Your Vote” GOP debate. On stage in Michigan, Perry attempted to rattle off three federal government agencies he would eliminate, but failed to remember number three: “Commerce, education and the … uh, um, what’s the third one there. Let’s see … ” The mental block lasted about 40 more seconds before Perry uttered, “Oops.”