THIS WEEK'S DEAR JOHN LETTER!
My boss's dog had puppies a few weeks ago. I picked one out and was
supposed to receive it this Friday. However, she told me yesterday that she
and her family decided they were keeping the puppy. I have already
purchased everything I needed for the puppy and then some. My son had already picked out the name "Sparkles". My son is now devastated and I really don't know what to do. Please help!
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OnePoll survey found that 68% of people have ended a relationship
because their partner was bad in bed. (https://bit.ly/3lg4BfE)
An Axios poll found that only 19% of Americans would take the Coronavirus vaccine if it becomes available later this fall. (https://bit.ly/2SaIpHh)
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A South Carolina TV news anchor smashed a beer bottle over a man’s head during a heated spat about politics. Kamie Jo Roesler, a 28-year-old morning news anchor for WIS-TV in Columbia, got into an argument with the 32-year-old victim while sitting outside Sunday in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. “We had a few people that were there and two of them began arguing,” police spokesman Sam Clemens told reporters Monday. “They know each other; they’re not in any type of relationship. The victim said that it was some type of political argument.” Roesler allegedly grabbed a beer bottle and swung it at the man, cracking him in the head. The victim, from Colton, South Dakota, refused medical attention at the scene for a cut to his face, saying he would see his own doctor for his injuries. Roesler was arrested on a charge of aggravated assault. (https://bit.ly/3cI8WVP)
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Former Motley Crue Drummer Tommy Lee says he was drinking two gallons of vodka a day before his latest trip to rehab. Tommy says he was inches from death at one point. (https://bit.ly/33wGVxA)
Darius Rucker is dating comedian Kate Quigley after splitting from his wife in July. (https://pge.sx/2Gg0bGF)
Think your local tavern charges too much for a pint of beer? Think again. Americans have the cheapest beer on Earth. International bank UBS gathered data about the median wages and average retail prices of a pint beer in 150 countries. That data was compiled to figure out how many minutes of work it takes the average worker of a country to earn enough money to buy a beer. India tops the least, with the median worker having to work nearly an hour to afford a pint thanks to extremely low wages. In the U.S. however, where wages are relatively high and the cost of the average beer is quite low, it takes the median worker about five minutes of labor to afford a retail pint. That’s the shortest amount of time in the world.
A study finds women 50 to 65 are happier with their age, relationship and confidence than women in their 20s. Half of women over 50 are content with their current relationship status while a quarter are ‘happy’ with their age. And one sixth feel more confident in how they look now than ever before. In comparison, just 44 percent of younger women are comfortable with their love life while only one in 10 are satisfied with their age and self-confidence.
A third of adults have ended a relationship over cleaning and chore responsibilities. And, according to the same study, seven in 10 would refuse to date or marry someone who was messy. Our biggest cleaning/chore pet peeve with our significant is leaving dishes in the sink.
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More Divorces happen in March and August than in any other months, according to a study from the University of Washington. Researchers speculate that couples avoid filing for divorce around Christmas and New Year’s, as well as when school is out for the summer, because these times are considered sacred to families.
A NEWS HEADLINE... FROM SOMEWHERE IN THIS WORLD!
A group of parrots were removed from a wildlife park in the UK because they were swearing at the customers. According to a report, five African Grey Parrots taught themselves to swear during isolation and the staff was forced to separate them when the zoo reopened this week. (https://bit.ly/3kUEpab)
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That you’re not supposed to do this should go without saying — but MTA bosses believe they need a rule explicitly banning defecating on the subway. The new rule is on the agenda for an MTA meeting Wednesday. The rule will ban defecating on New York City’s subways, buses, and transit facilities. Transit rules previously mandated $100 fines for straphangers who “create a nuisance, hazard, or unsanitary condition (including, but not limited to, spitting or urinating).” Creating an “unsanitary condition” surely includes pooping — but MTA officials think they have to be more specific. Transit workers have for decades griped about destitute straphangers soiling train cars and buses with human waste. On September 7th, a train operator was reportedly “soiled with bodily fluid from a customer" at the L line’s Eighth Avenue terminal in Manhattan, according to an internal MTA incident report. (https://bit.ly/2RXFPEu)
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Utah men have now felony convictions after admitting to cheating in
order to win a Lake Powell fishing tournament in 2018. The Washington
City men, 45-year-old Robert Dennett and 35-year-old Kamron Wootton,
pleaded guilty on August 27th to one count third-degree felony
bribery or threat to influence a contest and misdemeanor charges of
unlawful release of wildlife and unlawful captivity of protected
wildlife. Charging documents state both Dennett and Wootton
“captured, or intentionally aided a co-defendant in capturing
several bass fish from the Quail Lake Reservoir without the proper
authorization or permits and then transported the fish to Lake
Powell.” The men then turned in the Quail Lake Reservoir bass fish
to the Lake Powell bass fishing contest with the purpose of
influencing the outcome of the contest. Organizers of the largemouth
bass fishing tournament noticed that some fish turned in by the two
suspects looked much different from the other bass being turned in
during the tournament. (https://bit.ly/3kL6XTr)
FAKE NEWS.... OR FLORIDA?!
I read a headline, you guess if the story is something that really happened in the great state of FLORIDA or is it #FakeNews made up to trick you and amuse me
An Oakland Park man attacked his neighbor with a Samurai sword after he knocked over his garbage can ….. FLORIDA (https://bit.ly/2TUmfsZ)
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