THIS WEEK'S DEAR JOHN LETTER!
I don't have a letter that's anywhere as exciting as the toothbrush thing, but I do think it would be a good question for you and Heidi. We have a neighbor who we have not really met. We talked to him last year when he moved in. Then all winter we kind of stay inside so we didn't really visit much. Now we're spending more time in our yard and I wave at the guy, but he seems to just ignore me. I asked the other neighbors if they've met him. They all think he's a great guy. I don't know if I did something to offend the guy, or if he thought we were intentionally ignoring him the last few months. I wanted to go over to visit with him. My wife told me to leave the poor guy alone. What do you think? Should I go over and invite him to join us for a drink or something? Should I leave him alone?
Signed – Wondering Neighbor
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A Swedish study shows that the erectile dysfunction drug Viagra can help lengthen a man’s lifespan. Researchers at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden report that men who have survived a heart attack could prolong their life by taking the drug. (https://bit.ly/2Plt88o)
Can a slice of bacon a day lead to dementia later in life? Researchers from the University of Leeds say eating just a small amount of processed meat each day significantly increases the risk of mental decline. (https://bit.ly/2NHzZIC)
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New York State Police arrested a man three times on the same day. They took place in the Orange County city of Newburgh. The first arrest occurred at 7:55 a.m. Troopers say that Robert Radek was driving a 1994 Jeep Cherokee traveling South Street in Newburgh when he was stopped for a vehicle and traffic law violation. The trooper discovered that Radek was driving with a suspended New York driver’s license and was in possession of crack-cocaine. He was charged with a misdemeanor drug charge. The second arrest occurred at 2:30 p.m. Troopers say Radek was driving a 2007 Honda Civic and traveling on Third Street in Newburgh when the same trooper pulled him again. The trooper immediately recognized Radek from the earlier stop. This time the trooper said Radek had 1.3 grams of heroin and crack cocaine in the car. He was charged with a misdemeanor drug charge. The final arrest occurred at 5:45 p.m. Radek was back in the Jeep Cherokee when he was stopped for multiple vehicle and traffic law violations. The trooper determined that Radek was impaired by drugs. He was given two felony charges and released on an appearance ticket to appear in a Newburgh court in April. (https://bit.ly/3r06fUQ)
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Deadline is reporting that the upcoming “Oscars” will not have a single host. Producers of the show have made offers to talent they hope will come in to present the categories for the 93rd “Oscarcast” on April 25th. (https://bit.ly/3cdno9H)
Sony Pictures has reportedly begun developing a new film adaptation of the classic Elizabeth Montgomery-led sitcom “Bewitched.” (https://bit.ly/3tT4OK2)
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How many times have you spilled food or drink on your sofa? Does 6,960 times sound right? According to a study, over the course of a 12-year life of a sofa we’ll spill food and drinks on it 6,960 times. The study says the average couch/sofa will be slept on 612 times. We’ll watch 5,340 films on the food- and drink-stained couch. And we’ll watch almost 7,500 hours of TV.
Ever get so frustrated with your phone you throw it across the room? A survey reveals that one in six of us has broken a gadget in a fit of rage. And it takes an average of 12 minutes for us to lose our cool with the tech that we end up destroying. The tech issues that frustrate us the most is slow internet.
A supply chain nightmare is creating an American coffee shortage.(https://bloom.bg/3lRk1s5)
The CEO of the world's largest wood pulp producer is warning of a possible toilet paper shortage coming to the US. (https://bit.ly/2PiltYz)
FACT FOR YOU:
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The English word with the most definitions is "set." According to Guinness World Records, "set" has the largest number of meanings of any word in the English language, with 430 different senses listed in the 1989 edition of Second Edition of the Oxford English Dictionary. The word "sets" the record with an entry running 60,000 words, or 326,000 characters, and no other English word has come close since.
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A report claims 150 people in Taiwan have officially changed their names to “Salmon” after a chain of sushi restaurants promised an all-you-can-eat sushi meal for any customer named “Salmon” and five friends of their choosing.(https://nbcnews.to/2OVKOaK)
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most people, $5,700 can go a long way — a dream vacation or perhaps
a bathroom renovation. But for one Colorado woman, that was the price
tag for a single cup of coffee. Lisa Angello ordered a $5.70 cup of
coffee on Christmas Eve from a coffee shop inside the Gaylord Rockies
Resort & Convention Center in Aurora, Colorado. The next week,
her bank alerted her to insufficient funds. At first, she thought it
was fraud, but then she noticed a charge for $5,705.70 — the dollar
amount for her drink entered twice. What should have been a simple
refund has turned into a two-month fight to get her money back. The
coffee shop admitted to the mistake and claims it has refunded her,
but Angello's bank, USAA, has yet to see a dime. At first USAA gave
Angello a credit while it figured out the issue, but the $5,700 was
taken back out of her account last week. Angello says she just wants
her account balance to be restored so she can put the whole ordeal
behind her. “And it doesn't even matter whose fault it is anymore,”
Angello said. “I just want it rectified. I want it made right.”
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Tyler police report an argument escalated to a shooting last Friday night. According to police, 36-year-old Lauren Shea Castle and her fiancé were arguing over their relationship at Castle’s home. The clash grew more intense with property being damaged at which time, according to police, Castle shot her fiancé in the buttocks. He was taken to the hospital and is in stable condition. Castle was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and is being held at the Smith County Jail on a $100,000 bond. (https://bit.ly/3d1IxCO)
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