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Monday November 5, 2018
BRAIN ON DRUGS:
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-Having a rumbling stomach; sickly.
-Overcome with indigestion.
From “wamble” from Middle English wamlen; akin to Dan vamle to become nauseated, Latin vomere to vomit + “crop” (stomach) + -ed. First known use: 1552
Used in a sentence:
“I’m sorry, but you know your mother’s cooking makes me feel all wamblecropt.”
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Alain Robert, known as the “French Spider-Man,” has been banned from climbing buildings in Britain after his Thursday arrest for illegally scaling one of London's tallest towers without ropes. Robert, a 56-year-old grandfather, appeared in magistrate court in London on Friday, where he pleaded guilty to causing a public nuisance. He received a 20-week suspended sentence, a $7,000 fine, and was barred from climbing all buildings in Britain “until further notice.” Chairman of the Bench Edward McMullan said, “You are demonstrably an accomplished climber but there is always the danger that your actions could be imitated by those less proficient, with potentially fatal consequences.” Robert took an hour to climb the 46-floor, 755-foot tall Heron Tower. He immediately handed waiting police officers his passport, the number for his lawyer, and was then arrested. (https://goo.gl/cicgM2)
Is this story "Fake News" or something that actually happened in Florida.
A Gainesville man was busted for shoplifting after sticking $100 worth of Iced Coffee down his pants at a Circle K. FLORIDA - (https://goo.gl/vuTPNM)