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IS A SPECIAL DAY! (A special thanks to NationalDayCalendar.com)
National Youth Confidence Day
National Brandied Fruit Day
Pro-Life Day of Silent Solidarity
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Before you post your profile on a dating website or app have someone check your grammar. Match.com asked more than 5,000 singles (in the U.S.) what criteria they used most in assessing dates. Beyond personal hygiene — which 96% of women valued most, as compared with 91% of men — singles said they judged a date foremost by the person’s grammar. The survey found 88% of women and 75% of men said they cared about grammar most, putting it ahead of a person’s confidence and teeth.
A Travelocity survey found that most Americans won’t visit their relatives on Thanksgiving this year. (https://fxn.ws/2T0YLCt)
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Officials with the Knoxville Police Department said a man was arrested after he reportedly exposed himself in a Knoxville motel on Friday, Sept. 4. Police responded to reports of indecent exposure at the Econolodge Motel on Merchants Center Blvd. where the suspect was exposed in the walkway of the motel around 3:56 a.m. According to reports, when officers arrived on the scene the suspect, 28-year-old John Lay, was found exposed sitting in front of a room located on the top floor covered in lubricant. During the arrest, police said Lay began displaying his middle fingers towards officers and would not stop when told to do so. Officer Lively had to deploy his taser to Lay after several minutes of disregarding verbal commands. KPD officials said officers made contact with four additional males who stated Lay had used Methamphetamine earlier that night. Lay was transported to UT Medical Center via AMR and a hold was placed with UT Security. Lay faces charges of indecent exposure, disorderly conduct and public intoxication. https://www.wvlt.tv/app/2020/09/18/man-accused-of-exposing-himself-in-knoxville-motel-using-methamphetamine/
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“Name That Tune” host Tom Kennedy has died at the age of 93. (https://bit.ly/34J1BBy)
Iconic James Bond actress Margaret Nolan has died at the age of 76. Nolan played the gold painted woman in the title sequence of the movie “Goldfinger.” She starred in “Goldfinger” and “A Hard Day's Night” (https://bit.ly/311eaqX)
Disney is shifting its focus to streaming content after lockdowns closed theme parks and most movie theaters where their films would debut. (https://tcrn.ch/3iVnvXE)
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A California Cosplayer who dressed up as Hawkman has broken a Guinness World Record for the longest mechanical wings at nineteen feet, two inches.(https://bit.ly/36TcdAK)
The internet costume maker "Yandy" has unveiled a "sexy hand sanitizer" Halloween costume. (https://bit.ly/3dwWOrf)
A video of a British family who killed time during the pandemic by letting their kids color every brick on the front of their home in chalk has gone viral. (https://bit.ly/3nHTnCz)
Thinking of giving your young child an allowance? Experts say ages 5-8 are considered a good time for starting allowances. One rule of thumb suggests 50 cents for every year of age. A 6-year-old would get $3 each week or month, depending on your budget. Hand over the allowance the same time each week. To keep track through the year, give your child 52 homemade IOUs to exchange for the weekly allowance. Experts are divided over whether to tie allowances to household chores.
Patching up a broken toilet seat, holding together a boat engine and keeping a laptop in one piece are among the most unique ways adults admit to using duct tape. In a survey we learned that 51 percent of you currently have duct tape holding something together in your house, and another one in three are using it to patch up something on or in the car.
FACT FOR YOU:
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Each year (in the U.S.) there are about 15,000 accidents involving vacuum cleaners!
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A top Artificial Intelligence Expert in the UK is predicting that A.I. will become the world’s most dominant life form and keep humans around the way we keep house plants. (https://bit.ly/2SKWBa7)
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Police in Brunswick, Maine say they summonsed 45-year-old James Kempf of Brunswick for assault after he allegedly struck another Brunswick man last Monday afternoon. At around 1:00 p.m. Kempf was walking by the alleged victim, a 52-year-old man, who Kempf told police barked at him. Kempf allegedly walked up to the man and slapped him. Kempf was issued a summons charging him with assault, a Class D misdemeanor punishable by up to 364 days incarceration and a $2,000 fine; and violation of conditions of release which is a Class E misdemeanor punishable by up to six months incarceration and a $1,000 fine. He is scheduled to appear in court on December 8th. Police did not divulge why the man was barking, or why Hansen allegedly responded in the way he did. (https://bit.ly/3nDnP0M)
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officials said a man was arrested after causing nearly $30,000 in
damages at a Knoxville cemetery. Knoxville authorities responded to
reports of vandalism at a church cemetery around 2:30 last Monday.
When officers arrived on the scene, they noticed extensive damage to
the cemetery, including dug up spots in the ground and broken
headstones. A witness told officers a man had stayed around the
property and been damaging the cemetery. Officers identified the
suspect as 34-year-old Danny Frazier who told officers he did destroy
some of the property in an effort to “resurrect” his dead
grandmother who is buried at the cemetery. Frazier was arrested and
charged with vandalism and criminal trespassing.
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
A Tallahassee man was arrested for bribery after offering to sleep with a female cop to get out of a speeding ticket ..... FAKE NEWS
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Off-Duty Volunteer Firefighter Rescues Girl In Burning Home