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Friday November 30, 2018
BRAIN ON DRUGS:
Shout “Bella” in a dog park and there’s a good chance a new friend will come running. According to Nextdoor.com, Bella is the most popular dog name in the US … as it was in 2017 and 2016. It’s also the top one for dogs in New Zealand and Australia. It’s been most popular among US dogs since 2009, when Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight series starring Bella Swan hit peak popularity.
A suspected car burglar ended up pinning himself when he jumped out of a rolling car during a police chase in Oregon and was hit by the vehicle. The 31-year-old suspect suffered a broken leg.
Japan’s minister in charge of cybersecurity admitted that he’s never used a computer.
Pet lovers are planning to spend approximately $52 on gifts for their pets this Christmas.
A Pittsburgh woman is facing charges after allegedly throwing several cans of SpaghettiOs at another woman’s vehicle. The victim said that as she pulled up to a building for a meeting, a woman approached and began throwing cans of SpaghettiOs at her vehicle. Police said the victim’s vehicle had a broken back window, multiple dents and was smeared with red sauce and pieces of pasta.
Another survey reveals the obvious: We’re always looking at our phones. On average, American consumers now check their smartphones an average of 52 times each day.
Police were called out to a wedding reception in Russia after a stunt went wrong. A magician at the reception had handcuffed the couple together as part of a trick — and then couldn’t free them.
The FDA has ordered food companies to remove six artificial flavors within the next two years.
LINK TO TODAY'S WORD
-Makeup or cosmetics.
From French maquillage (makeup), from maquiller (to apply makeup).
Used in a sentence:
“Myrtle Mudclutch made millions manufacturing magical maquillage.”
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A man has been arrested after he allegedly tried to burn down a traffic camera in Adelaide, Australia twice in one night. The speed camera was smashed and set alight at about 12.20 a.m. on Wednesday, South Australia Police said. Police and fire crews were called to the scene and quickly extinguished the small fire but roughly three hours later it was alight again. Witnesses reported seeing a man throw flaming underwear at the device and called the second fire into police. A 40-year-old Reynella man was arrested at the scene and charged with two counts of arson. A spokesperson for SA Police told the news that closer inspection revealed the charred garment at the base of the speed camera was more likely to be socks and not underwear. Police said they are now investigating just how much damage was done to the camera and whether or not it is still operational. The man’s vehicle was seized for forensic examination and he is expected to front court on Wednesday. (https://goo.gl/6QJ9Jw)
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