Today for #MovieStarMonday we spoke with Mindy Sterling
BRAIN ON DRUGS:
A study by CreditCards.Com found that Millennials tip less than any other generation. (https://goo.gl/dfmCsN)
Georgia police are looking for a group of thieves who rappelled through the ceiling of a Best Buy and stole $100,000 worth of Apple electronics. (https://goo.gl/PyFteK)
The Nations Doctors are reporting that married people have a much better chance of avoiding heart disease and strokes in their old age. (https://goo.gl/umhX7Y)
Oprah Winfrey and Apple signed a multi-year partnership to create programs that will be released as part of Apple’s original content lineup. (http://goo.gl/8tGuZq)
Oprah Winfrey is now one of the 500 richest people in the world, with a net worth of $4 billion dollars. (https://goo.gl/FgawvJ)
West Wing actress Mary McCormack says her Tesla spontaneously burst into flames when she was driving in Los Angeles on Friday. (https://goo.gl/eVC2mH)
Share this with your friends... they'll think you're really smart!Thirty-five percent of the people who use personal ads for dating are already married.
In Tokyo you can buy a toupee for your dog.
A dime has 118 ridges around the edge.
LINK TO TODAY'S WORD - Grandiloquent Words
-Characterized by underhandedness or treachery.
-Very mean and tricky.
From 1560s, from Middle English "dastard" + -ly
Dastard = "one who is lazy or dull;" an English formation on a French model, probably from *dast, "dazed," past participle of dasen "to daze" + deprecatory suffix -ard. Meaning "one who shirks from danger" is late 15c.
USED IN A SENTENCE:
“The budget cuts amounted to nothing less than a dastardly attack on senior citizens, veterans and children of poor families.”
FAKE NEWS OR FLORIDA:
Is this story "Fake News" or something that actually happened in Florida.