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BRAIN ON DRUGS:
A study by the University of Canada found that getting eight hours of sleep a night is best for your brain.
Two inmates escaped from a Kentucky prison by hiding inside the garbage. (https://goo.gl/prif8A)
A video has gone viral of a dog running through a soccer game in the country of Georgia. (https://goo.gl/9SDAgJ)
A Houston gun range has banned two men for life after they posed for a selfie with one pointing a gun at the other.
It’s a spooky month, and it’s Friday, so it feels like today should be Friday the 13th. But of course it’s not. In fact, our next Friday the 13th won’t come until September of 2019.
Even small drones can leave a big impact on large aircraft. Which is why, in many parts of the world, flying a drone anywhere near an airport is illegal. Scientists at the University of Dayton Research Institute flung a 2.1 drone from a cannon into an airplane wing. The collision was staged but the damage was real — it tore open the airplane. youtube.com
LINK TO TODAY'S WORD - Grandiloquent Words
-Having a pointy or conical shaped head.
-Of a skull: having a relatively or abnormally large ratio of height to breadth.
-A person with a pointy head.
Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Joseph Barnard Davis (1801–1881), physician and craniologist. From acro- a word-forming element meaning "highest, topmost, at the extremities," before vowels, acr-, from Greek akro- "pertaining to an end, extreme," comb. form of akros "at the end, at the top"+ -cephalic - late Middle English: from Old French cephalique, from Latin cephalicus, from Greek kephalikos, from kephalē ‘head.’.
Used in a sentence:
“I stopped watching Saturday Night Live around the time they stopped showing the acrocephalic family from France.”
Is this story "Fake News" or something that actually happened in Florida.