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Everybody’s working for the weekend, but what if the weekend was a little bit longer? A survey (from YouGov) finds that most Americans would prefer a four-day workweek with longer hours, rather than the traditional five-day workweek. The poll of more than 36,000 Americans finds that 67 percent would prefer a four-day workweek with 10-hour days rather than the traditional five-day workweek with 8-hour days.
A survey finds almost 50 percent of people don’t change their underwear every day. The research — by underwear maker Tommy John — revealed that 45 percent have worn the same pair of briefs for two days or longer. Even worse, 13 percent of those surveyed admitted that they’d sported the same undies for seven days or more.
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Alan Roger Connor Jr. of Columbia Falls, Montana has been arrested and charged after he reportedly crashed his car into the Super 1 Foods grocery store in Columbia Falls on Thursday. After crashing through the front doors, Connor drove down an aisle to the back of the store, and then turned around and drove down another aisle. Despite the large amount of damage inside the store, there were no serious injuries reported. Police said the investigation indicates that Connor’s actions “were not in any way related to a political, social, or terroristic-type attack and this was an isolated incident.” Connor reportedly showed signs of drug impairment when he was arrested. He was taken to a hospital for evaluation, and will be transferred to the Flathead County Detention Center when he is medically cleared. (https://bit.ly/38Kfe7b)
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Donnie Wahlberg left a $2,020 tip for a waitress in Plymouth, Massachusetts as part of the HASHTAG 2020-Tip-Challenge which promotes generosity to waitresses on social media. (https://pge.sx/3pA7s6a)
Two Canadian treasure hunters believe that $150 million fortune of legendary bootlegger Dutch Schultz is buried in the upstate New York town of Phoenicia. They’ll be searching for it in a PBS special called “Secrets Of The Dead: Gangster’s Gold.” (https://bit.ly/3lCIGjg)
Rebel Wilson posted swimsuit photos that show off her dramatic weight loss. She's lost 44 POUNDS. (https://bit.ly/2IMJ9k8)
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What should you do after a break-up? One therapist says you don’t jump into any new relationships, but you should jump out of a plane — or any other activity, new hobby or new interest you couldn’t do while you were in the relationship. Another therapist says make a short post-breakup bucket list — things that will not only make you feel better but make you realize you’ve been held back, either by your ex or by yourself.
Fellow humans, this month we celebrate the ten year anniversary of one of the greatest scientific discoveries of all time. It was in November of 2010 the combined brain power of American researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Princeton University discovered… how cats drink. The research revealed cats use their mouths to drink. Yup. In all seriousness, the scientists found out that when drinking, a cat moves its tongue very fast to form a column of liquid. Unlike humans, cats can’t suck liquid. Dogs have the same dilemma, but they have a simpler and less elegant solution — they just scoop up the liquid, using the tip of their tongues as ladles. The cat way of drinking is more awesome because it involves balancing gravity and inertia, and it prevents their chins from getting wet. And no one likes wet chins.
If you were thought dead for 11 hours but then woke up, what would be your first request? A woman in Poland declared dead by her doctor came back to life complaining of the cold — and requested hot tea.
Researchers say a facial scar, like one inflicted in a fight or from a tough job, increases men’s attractiveness to a woman for a short-term relationship. Show pictures of men with and without different scars, women rated the scarred faces as better looking — but scars did not enhance women’s attractiveness to men. Results show that scarring enhances women’s ratings of men’s attractiveness for short-term relationships, but not for long-term relationships.
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Egypt Archaeologists have found a treasure trove of over 100 ancient mummy sarcophagi.(https://abcn.ws/32QYHe6)
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A brazen thief accused of ripping off a Southern California pizzeria could be seen on surveillance video making himself a pizza pie before driving off with the eatery’s delivery car. 25-year-old Oscar Sanchez was arrested last Wednesday for allegedly burglarizing Big Slice Pizza in the city of Fullerton. The Fullerton Police Department posted a video to their Facebook page showing a man making himself the meal during the crime. With gloves on, he can be seen stretching the dough. “Before he stole their delivery car to leave, he couldn’t resist his craving and helped himself to making a pizza pie!” the police department stated. Sanchez is also accused of stealing cash and tablets from the pizza shop. He was charged by prosecutors with suspicion of grand theft, grand theft auto, second degree burglary, the possession of burglary tools, and other crimes. (https://bit.ly/3f1K4tk)
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responding to an armed robbery Tuesday morning at an Oregon hardware
store didn’t have to go far to find the getaway car. Clackamas
County sheriff’s officials wrote in a news release that it was the
dark-colored Mazda CX-9 with a black sofa strapped on top. Deputies
spotted the car near the Ace Hardware in Happy Valley, then gave
chase when the driver refused to pull over. They pursued the car,
still carrying the sofa, north on Interstate 205 into Vancouver,
Oregon. The driver finally stopped the car and dashed away on foot,
but was quickly caught. Deputies arrested 34-year-old Joseph Tyler
Johnson. They found a pistol near the stopped Mazda CX-9 and
discovered the car itself had been reported stolen. Johnson faces
charges including robbery, unlawful use of a weapon, attempt to
elude, reckless driving and reckless endangering. The vehicle and
sofa, labeled “of uncertain provenance” by deputies, were towed
from the scene. (https://bit.ly/3p5VK2G)
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 Palm Beach man was arrested after he was found with two boxes of election votes in the back seat of his car ….. FAKE NEWS
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