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Monday December 3, 2018
BRAIN ON DRUGS:
LINK TO TODAY'S WORD
1. Interpretative or explanatory in nature.
1. The study of the methodological principles of interpretation.
2. A method or principle of interpretation
From Greek hermēneutikos, from hermēneuein ‘interpret’ from hermeneus ‘interpreter’. Eponymous - after Hermes in Greek mythology, who served as a messenger and herald for other gods. First known use: 1737.
Used in a sentence:
“Doctor Gilpin’s hermeneutic approach to the subject never failed to yield magnificent results.”
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Two South Carolina roommates who contacted cops to report that their home was burglarized listed frozen pizzas, hot dogs, a bottle of Jack Daniels, and the cremated remains of a relative among the items stolen. Upon returning to their Spartanburg home early Saturday evening, Alisha Moseley and Savannah Fruchey noticed that their front door was unlocked. The women told police that after a break-in last month, they had the front door lock replaced and they were the only ones with keys to the new deadbolt. An inventory of their residence revealed that the burglar (or burglars) swiped cosmetics, Roku devices, jewelry, and assorted food items. The stolen items also included “Ms. Fruchey's grandfather's ashes.” While the report does not address why the ashes were stolen, in prior thefts, intruders have mistaken cremated remains for powdered narcotics. Moseley and Fruchey said that they “didn’t know who would keep breaking into their apartment.” (https://goo.gl/YPxcGN)
Is this story "Fake News" or something that actually happened in Florida.
Sixth Grader Leaves a Note for Vehicle Owner After Seeing School Bus Driver Pull a Hit and Run https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org