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researcher said children born in the middle of the family are at a
higher risk than their older or younger siblings of not being as
successful as an adult. It’s not about birth order, it’s about
the pecking order — and the economic disparities that naturally
occur based on where you land in that order. Sociologist Dalton
Conley (Princeton) said:
• Middles are less likely to receive financial support for their education.
• Middles may do less well in school than their siblings.
• The chance that middles will attend a private school drops by 25 percent with the birth of a third child.
• The chance that middles will be held back a year in school increases several-fold with the birth of a third child.
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An Olympia man released from prison early under Washington's new drug possession rules was arrested again on Saturday. He was freed just two days earlier on Thursday, April 15th. Thurston County deputies arrested Randall Taufetee early Saturday morning after they said he drove through neighborhoods at speeds approaching 120-mph. According to deputies, when they caught up to Taufetee, he was smiling and told them, “Governor Inslee let me out of prison early and I wanted to have some fun.” Taufetee was one of eighteen people serving prison time on drug possession convictions whose sentence was commuted by Inslee, resulting in early release. (https://bit.ly/3n7GTo4)
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A robber in his 60s broke his leg while holding up a convenience store in Japan. He then used the store manager’s phone to call an ambulance. Police arrested the suspect when he was released from the hospital.
In Poland a woman stabbed her boyfriend because he was eating all the chip dip.
A 26-year-old man in California allegedly punched his mother for hiding toilet paper from him. Adrian Yan was arrested and charged with battery after an argument over toilet paper escalated into a physical confrontation. Yan wanted toilet paper and started getting upset with his mother because she was hiding it. She told authorities she hid it because he was using too much.
your favorite way to say someone is a few fries short of a Happy
• As smart as bait.
• Elevator doesn’t go all the way to the top floor.
• The cheese slid off his cracker.
FACT FOR YOU:
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Showers really do spark creativity. Showers aren't just good for your hygiene—they're good for your creativity, too. For a 2012 study published in the journal Psychological Science, researchers gave volunteers creativity problems to solve followed by a period of rest. During that period, some were assigned demanding tasks, while others did simpler tasks that allowed their minds to wander (just like a shower does). Those doing the simpler tasks during the resting time were more likely to solve the original creativity problems.
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According to a new report, a new coronavirus that is similar to the one behind the COVID-19 pandemic has been found in bats in the UK — though is not currently a threat to humans. The virus, RhGB01, was first discovered by a 22-year-old ecology undergraduate, Ivana Murphy, while collecting bat droppings for her final year dissertation. (https://bit.ly/3esd4KO)
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The Pueblo Police Department says a man was arrested after allegedly trying to take snacks from a downtown hotel, swinging a horseshoe at an employee, damaging property, and trying to microwave a fire extinguisher. Pueblo police said they responded to the hotel at around 4:35 a.m. An employee at the hotel said a man came in and tried to take some snacks that were sitting out. After trying to ask the man to pay for the snacks, the employee said the suspect took out a horseshoe and started swinging it at the employee, knocking him in the head. Police said the suspect then threw a piece of rebar at the employee and took off into the hotel, losing his shoes along the way. After that, police said the suspect pulled a fire alarm and ended up in the kitchen, where he did some property damage and tried to microwave a fire extinguisher. Police said other officers then arrived to assist with the situation. The suspect was located after he allegedly broke a glass door. The suspect, who has not been identified, was taken into custody and is facing multiple charges. (https://bit.ly/2R3hFLh)
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has been a break the case of a stolen teddy bear. The crime in Coral
Gables was caught on camera. A thief walked up and swiped the giant
teddy bear from the Gramercy eatery in broad daylight. “Every place
right now has a surveillance camera,” said Gramercy Directory of
Operations Carlos Cruz. “I was very shocked.” It’s hard to miss
the massive teddy bears that many stop and pose for photos with
outside the restaurant located along the 60 block of Miracle Mile in
Coral Gables. “Everybody loves teddy bears,” Cruz said.
Surveillance video from the restaurant captured an individual walking
up to the outside dining area to steal one of the jumbo teddy bears.
After the individual snatched the bear, they can be seen jumping into
the back seat of an already moving gray SUV that took off westbound.
Friday afternoon, police announced that the person in the video has
been identified. Police said charges are pending and that the bear
has been returned to the restaurant. (https://bit.ly/3gBM26o)
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