A British study found that married people are less likely to die young.
“Page Six TV” is coming to an end after its second season. (https://bit.ly/2OTCq76)
R. Kelly has told friends he was pleased with his performance when he was interviewed by Gayle King on CBS.(https://pge.sx/2UB7rCd)
A Lori Laughlin fan was seen on camera screaming “Free Aunt Becky” outside of the Boston Courthouse where she’s being arraigned on bribery charges.
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Mick Jagger is said to be doing well after surgery to replace his heart valve.
Friday marked 25 years since Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain took his own life in Seattle. Dave Grohl plans to honor him with a song at his next concert.
The Beatles “Can’t Buy Me Love” made it to number one on the charts twenty-five years ago this week. (https://bit.ly/2WQmHbO)
Heinz has unveiled a new condiment made from Ketchup and Ranch Dressing. It’s called KRANCH. (https://bit.ly/2WMEpgh)
A Louisiana high school teacher who admitted to sleeping with three male students received ZERO jail time from the judge. (https://bit.ly/2K93vV6)
A 3-D printed jet suit that flies up to 180 miles per hour made a successful test drive in New York City last week. It costs $440,000. Some movie fans thought the jet suit was a prop from an Iron Man Sequel. Unfortunately for fans, there is no Iron Man sequel being shot in New York. (https://bit.ly/2TWH9pz)
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According to police, two Arkansas men took turns shooting one another while wearing a bulletproof vest. As detailed in a probable cause affidavit, 50-year old Charles Ferris and 36-year-old Christopher Hicks were drinking Sunday night on the back deck of Ferris’s residence when they came up the bright idea to shoot themselves. According to the affidavit, Ferris, who was wearing a bulletproof vest, told Hicks to shoot him. Hicks obliged, firing a single round from a .22 caliber rifle into Ferris’s chest. While the vest stopped the bullet, Ferris was left with a painful welt on his chest. Hicks then donned the vest. Ferris, who would later tell cops that he was “pissed” about being shot, confessed that he “unloaded the clip” into Hicks’s back. None of the five rounds penetrated the protective vest, investigators noted, but Hicks “was bruised from them hitting him.” When Ferris subsequently sought medical treatment for the shooting injury, hospital workers summoned police. Both men were subsequently arrested in connection with the aggravated assault, a felony. They were released from the Benton County jail on $5,000 bond apiece and are scheduled for arraignment on May 13th. (https://bit.ly/2FWzJ1V)
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