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“Love and Hip Hop” star Teairra Mari was arrested for DUI after she drove a car with three wheels through the midtown tunnel in New York City.
51-year-old Pseudo-celebrity Patricia Krentcil, a.k.a “Tan Mom,” emerged from a medically induced coma last week after she was diagnosed with pneumonia and went into cardiac arrest. Krentcil is known for putting her then 5-year-old daughter into a tanning bed in 2012. (https://pge.sx/2N6qwK2)
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The FDA has approved a new drug that will instantly increase a woman’s sex drive. The drug is administered by giving yourself a shot in the thigh or the abdomen. (https://bit.ly/2J46OsU)
A man stripped naked at the Detroit Metro Airport and tried to sneak past security. (https://bit.ly/2XvuPlS)
A woman fell asleep on an Air Canada flight and woke up alone on an empty plane. (https://nyp.st/2IBJtja)
A video has gone viral of an Australian detective who tackled a fleeing criminal while he was giving an outdoor press conference. (https://cnn.it/2IABvqK)
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Ben & Jerry’s was going to be a bagel company but the equipment was too expensive. These days, Ben & Jerry’s may be a beloved brand that offers all kinds of ice cream, but when Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield first started their business in the late 1970s, it was originally going to be a bagel company. However, the cost of the necessary equipment was too high, so they instead decided to take a $5 ice cream course that was being offered at Penn State. And the rest, as they say, is delicious dessert history.
Triskadekaphobia… Fear of the number 13.
Police reports say that an unidentified man said “divine intervention” compelled him to pass a note demanding $16,000 from a Huntington Bank in Cleveland’s Lee-Harvard neighborhood. The bank’s manager refused to hand over any money, and the man left without taking anything from the branch. He reportedly came into the bank and told two employees that he needed to speak to a manager. The manager was busy, so the man waited almost a half-hour. An employee asked the man whether he needed help with anything, but the man said “nope, this is God’s business” and pointed his finger upwards. The bank manager eventually invited the man into his office. The man closed the door and slid the manager a note demanding $16,000. The manager refused to give the man any money. The man replied by saying it was “divine intervention that God wanted him to have $16,000.” The manager told the man to take the note to his church. The man took the note with him when he left the bank. Witnesses said the man got into a gold-colored car and headed south on Lee Road. Huntington Bank could not immediately provide security camera footage, but planned to provide it to investigators later. (https://bit.ly/2KupN2X)
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THESE THREE THINGS!
What do these 3 things have in common:
A student—a steak—a steep road.
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