Monday December 31, 2018
Bill Cosby is selling off pieces from his art collection. The auction includes several expensive paintings. (https://pge.sx/2rT8Eoq)
Actress Betty White says she has no plans to retire at the age of 96.
Liam Neeson hinted that he could be working on another sequel to the movie TAKEN. (https://pge.sx/2QLu8CH)
A survey by SlickDeals found that the average shopper spent $520 on Black Friday this year. (https://bit.ly/2EGpBtO)
A Wisconsin robbery suspect was caught by police after he was swarmed by a group of mosquitos. (https://nyp.st/2SgkO6n)
Natural Light Beer is selling a a 77 Pack to commemorate their founding in 1977. (https://bit.ly/2rRDrlF)
Uno, Pinball, and the Magic 8 Ball have all been inducted to the National Toy Hall of Fame. (https://bit.ly/2V74zuj)
A study found that colleges can reduce stress amongst students by providing them with therapy dogs. (https://bit.ly/2CuP6wC)
A Chinese food delivery man was arrested in New York City after he rode his bicycle through the Lincoln Tunnel. (https://nyp.st/2CtcnyY)
(https://bit.ly/2OoIUNJ) (Do you think they'll call it DRUNKEN DONUTS?)
The McDonald’s Big Mac turned 50-years-old this year.
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-Arrogantly superior and disdainful.
-Stuck-up or snooty.
Middle English: from Old French orguillus, from orguill ‘pride.’ The word was rare from the 16th century until used by Robert Southey and Sir Walter Scott as a historical archaism and affected by 19th-century journalists. Earliest documented use: 1275.
Used in a sentence:
“So when Sir Gawaine was hurt, they on King Arthur's party were not so orgulous as they were toforehand to do battle.”
-Le Morte D'Arthur, Volume II by Thomas Malory
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A Kentucky State Police trooper, a retired State Police colonel, and a county coroner have been accused of several crimes including transporting moonshine and eyeballs. Scott County Coroner John Goble and retired State Police Lt. Col. Mike Crawford were indicted Thursday on multiple counts of receiving stolen property. The charges stem from the theft of $40,000 worth of ammunition and weapons. State Police began investigating the theft in December and placed Master Trooper Robert M. Harris on unpaid leave. He's accused of providing stolen items to Goble and Crawford. Harris has been indicted on unlawful taking and second-degree forgery. Goble also is accused of transporting a pair of donor eyes and moonshine, as well as possessing 90 Oxycodone tablets. It's unclear if they have lawyers. (https://goo.gl/diSp3k)
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An early New Years celebration over the weekend ended in disaster at a Florida
trailer park as they droped a giant flaming ball at midnight, but it rolled under their
trailer. - FAKE NEWS