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A study in Scientific Reports has debunked the theory that married couples start to look alike over time. (https://bit.ly/378SfSB)
If you could have $1 million or your pet, which would you take? 100 men and women were asked that question. 90% of women said there’s no way they’d trade in their pet for a million. In other words, only 10 percent would take the cash. 60% of men said they’d keep theirs over the million-dollar jackpot.
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A naked Kansas teenager found covered in ranch dressing may be facing criminal charges following a series of bizarre events early Saturday morning. According to investigators, the 17-year-old suspect was “under the influence of a substance” when he caused a disturbance around 3:30 a.m. at Petro Deli in Shawnee, a Kansas City suburb. After damaging merchandise inside the convenience store, the teen ran outside the business and jumped into a running car, which he then proceeded to crash into a nearby pillar. Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office deputies subsequently placed the teen into custody and transported him to a local hospital for treatment. The boy was eventually released into the custody of his parents. It is unclear when the teen removed his clothes and slathered on the ranch dressing, or who owned the crashed vehicle. “The criminal aspects of this incident are under investigation,” according to the sheriff’s office, which noted that, “no one was injured during this incident.” (https://bit.ly/3jbGDR3)
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Former “Home Improvement” star Zachery Ty Bryan was arrested in Oregon for allegedly choking his girlfriend. (https://pge.sx/345BBBs)
“Bachelorette” couple Ashley Hebert and JP Rosenbaum have split up after six years of marriage. (https://pge.sx/3k2V7UN)
Kate Hudson says Matthew McConaughey had snot all over his face when they kissed at the end of the movie, "Fool's Gold." (https://fxn.ws/3k6SX6w)
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Elon Musk says the first Space X voyage to Mars could take off in four years.(https://bit.ly/3mbch3l)
Coca-Cola is getting rid of TAB Cola after nearly sixty years. TAB’s slogan claimed it was the soft drink for “Beautiful People.” (https://bit.ly/3o5mvUD)
Kanye West released his first campaign ad this week and encouraged voters to write his name in on the ballot. (https://bit.ly/3iXEGHM)
A study says new parents will have more than 2,500 arguments in the first year of their baby’s life — about seven arguments a day. The top argument: who’s most tired or had the least sleep. Next is who should get up in the night with the baby. Then housework not getting one. No. 4 is money — and the lack of it. No. 5 is one parent working all day while the other is left alone to parent.
Walking at least six miles a week may be one thing people can do to keep their brains from shrinking and fight off dementia. A study of nearly 300 people who kept track of how much they walked each week showed that those who walked at least six miles had less age-related brain shrinkage than people who walked less.
Half of us has cracked or broken a smartphone screen at one time or another. And it was probably because we dropped it. Someone did a survey on cracked screens and the result is not at all surprising. The other big reasons we break our screens: forgetting it’s in a back pocket and sitting down; a child dropping it; trying to toss it onto a bed or sofa and it bouncing off; throwing it when we’re angry.
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18% of parents allow their kids to use technology at the dinner table
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A Danish Inventor who was serving life in prison for murder charges managed to escape by claiming he had a bomb strapped to his chest. (https://nbcnews.to/2TbeBL3)
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A Brazilian senator allied to far-right President Jair Bolsonaro was caught hiding money in his underwear during a police investigation into the diversion of public funds for fighting the Coronavirus. Federal officers raided the home of Chico Rodrigues in the northern state of Roraima on Wednesday as part of a corruption probe. They found 30,000 reales ($5,300) in cash, part of which was discovered in Rodrigues's underwear, including “between his buttocks.” The federal police confirmed to AFP they were trying to dismantle a “possible criminal scheme diverting public funds” set aside to combat the outbreak in Roraima state. Rodrigues meanwhile issued a statement saying the police “did their job carrying out a search as part of an investigation in which I'm cited.” (https://bit.ly/35shVHB)
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Florida man was cited after driving over 100-mph in a 35-mph zone in
the Florida Keys around 11:00 p.m. last Thursday. 39-year-old Habib
Palacios of Miami, was cited for improper start and speeding more
than 50-mph over the speed limit. According to the Monroe County
Sheriff’s Office, he is facing thousands of dollars in fines.
Palacios told a deputy the Porsche 911 Turbo is a fast car and cannot
go slow after “burning out” pulling away from a stoplight and
reaching speeds over 100-mph. The Miami native was clocked on radar
at 102 mph and given a mandatory notice to appear in court. Deputies
discovered the Porsche was listed as a rental.
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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
Two Florida men were arrested for robbing a convenience store after one of them left his wallet and license on the counter. FLORIDA (https://bit.ly/3duwqhk)
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