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Revised numbers show that “Toy Story 4” brought in $238 million dollars at the global box office during its debut weekend. (https://bit.ly/2RwkL6M)
Ratings were lower than expected for “The Flying Wallendas’” tight rope walk across Time Square on Sunday Night. (https://dailym.ai/2KAwJeX)
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The FDA has formally approved a new drug that’s being called “Female Viagra.”
The drug is administered via a needle. The drug is called “Vyleesi” and it’s supposed to arouse women by waking their senses all the way up.
7-11 is now offering free Slurpee deliveries in select cities. (https://yhoo.it/31OzkYh)
A video has gone viral of a man punching five TSA agents at the Phoenix Airport. (https://nbcnews.to/2IJ5613)
Walmart plans to add thousands of artificial intelligence cameras to stop theft at self-checkout machines. From now on, if you put something in your basket and don’t pay the cameras will alert the police.(https://bit.ly/2xctTEj)
Russia has docked a warship in Havana, Cuba. (https://bit.ly/2xlQA9n)
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In Back to the Future, the time machine was originally an old fridge. When you watch 1985’s Back to the Future, you’ll see that the main character, Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) travels back to the ’50s in a DeLorean car that’s been turned into a time machine. And while the DeLorean became a signature part of the film, we have to wonder what the movie would have been like if the producers had gone with their original concept, which was to make the time machine an old refrigerator. According to HuffPost, “Ultimately, it was determined that it probably was not a good idea to use a refrigerator in such a manner as kids might want to re-enact the scene.” Parents everywhere are grateful.
Eremophobia… Fear of loneliness.
Louisiana authorities say a burglar effectively caught himself red-handed, unwittingly livestreaming his theft of a neighbor's new surveillance camera. The Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office says the neighbor watched the crime unfold in real time, and recognized the culprit as 43-year-old Franklin Welzbacher Jr. A sheriff's statement says the stolen camera also showed things inside Welzbacher's house. Sheriff's spokesman Bill Davis said Tuesday that Welzbacher told deputies he had permission to borrow a paint brush, but had nothing to say when asked about the camera. His bond was set at $10,000 on a simple burglary charge. Davis said he doesn't know whether Welzbacher has an attorney who could speak for him. (https://on.wltx.com/2YfPGa4)
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THESE THREE THINGS!
What do these 3 things have in common:
Buford T. Justice—Minnesota Fats—Ralph Kramden
(Roles played by Jackie Gleason)
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