BRAIN ON DRUGS:
A three-year-old girl in Missouri wandered into a cornfield at night and remained there for 12 hours but is safe and sound because her dog stayed with her the entire time.
Last week a North Carolina school receptionist stunned students on the last day of school when she belted out the Etta James classic “At Last” over the PA system. Regina Ballard, the songstress, posted the video on Facebook, and the clip went viral. She wrote in her post: “I love my job, y’all, but I look forward to summers when I can spend time with my grands & family, sooo… here it is… At Last!!!” https://www.facebook.com/ms.reginaballard/videos/2264142746992268/
A survey reveals the obvious: we use our office printers for personal use. The survey found 60% of us use the workplace printer to print personal emails, color photos, news articles, purchase confirmations, maps, and even resumés.
A man in England died of self-inflicted stab wounds while trying to demonstrate a supposedly “stab-proof” vest he was wearing.If you think having your brain firing on all cylinders for 16- to 18-hours a day is a good thing, researchers say you’re wrong. Getting enough sleep and taking regular breaks from working your brain are important. A researcher at the University of Rochester (Maiken Nedergaard) wants to remind us that we “sleep to clean our brains.” The researchers found that during sleep the space between brain cells increased by 60% in mice. This allowed the cerebrospinal fluid in the animals’ brains to flow ten times faster than when awake.
In every episode of Seinfeld there is a Superman somewhere.
The Spanish word esposa means "wife." The plural, esposas, means "wives," but also "handcuffs."
LINK TO TODAY'S WORD - Grandiloquent Words
-Like a thrush (any of the songbirds of the family Turdidae).
From Latin turdus (thrush) + English -iform.
Used in a sentence:
“The befeathered dress bestowed an uncannily turdiform aspect upon the parvenu songstress.”
Is this story "Fake News" or something that actually happened in Florida.