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Nearly nine in 10 adults think buying the latest smartphone is a ‘waste of money’. And in the survey, more than half are ‘bored’ of trying to keep up-to-date with the latest tech.
A selfie study (University of California-Irvine) found that taking more smiling selfies increases your chances of happiness. Forty-one students spent four weeks taking selfies and then reporting their moods. Over time, they noticed an obvious change: They were happier and more confident and that mood lasted the entire day, even when they fake smiled.
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A Florida man has been arrested after an incident at a Waffle House in which a suspect who stated he was “high and drunk” used his fingers in the shape of a gun to ultimately get away with some napkins. The incident took place on Monday night at the Waffle House located in Madison, which is located in North Florida east of Tallahassee. Sheriff David Harper stated a Waffle House employee placed a 9-1-1 call to report the crime, saying that no one had been injured and that the suspect had left in a vehicle. Witnesses said the man was wearing a gray hoodie, dark jeans, and dark hat plus was with a small dog. They said he began to shout, “Get on the ground, y’all are getting robbed,” the sheriff’s office said. Witnesses said he announced he was “high and drunk” and then grabbed some napkins and walked out. While no weapon was seen, witnesses said he raised his hands with fingers pointed in the shape of a gun. Witness descriptions and video surveillance led sheriff’s deputies to 28-year-old suspect Eward William Rodriguez of Madison, located at his home about six miles away. Deputies stated Rodriguez admitted he had gone to the Waffle House “to get some napkins” and said he was going to rob the establishment. Rodriguez was booked into the Madison County Jail charged with unarmed robbery and assault. (https://bit.ly/3pzTUdl)
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Actress Kate Beckinsale told Howard Stern that her “very high IQ” is actually a "handicap" in Hollywood. According to Healthline, the average person has an IQ between 85 and 115. Beckinsale’s score of 152 places her in the top 1% of the population, meaning she is considered "highly gifted." (https://bit.ly/2XyJM8R)
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Driving While Eating — or DWE — is one of the most common driver distractions. Recent surveys have shown that mobile noshing happens more than talking on a phone. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration doesn’t keep track of what snacks lead to the most wrecks but the insurance industry says these are some of the worst Driving While Eaters:
• Drivers are more likely to clean up spills to spare work clothes. And they won’t pull over to tend to a mess because they don’t want to be late for work.
• Dangerous foods, in order: tacos, chili, hamburgers, barbecue, fried chicken, jelly or cream-filled doughnuts, sodas and chocolate.
When you show up late, people assume you’re disorganized, inconsiderate, and kind of flaky. Whatever the reason for your tardiness, these are the knee-jerk judgements that run through a person’s mind when you’re tardy. If you want to make a good impression, there’s one simple thing you can do that makes a huge difference: show up to every commitment five minutes early. Entrepreneur magazine says being on time is more than just a habit: it’s a character trait. As quick to judge as people are about tardiness, they’ll have the same snap judgements when you’re early, only those judgements are positive ones: you’re organized, determined, dependable — and all you had to do is show up a few minutes early.
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The city of Montreal finished paying off construction costs of the 1976 Olympics in 2006.
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A burglar in Ireland was easily caught because he was wearing a high-visibility fluorescent safety bib.
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An Ohio man accused of running unlicensed funeral operations has been indicted on corpse abuse and other charges weeks after authorities removed two bodies from a Columbus building that prosecutors allege he used for makeshift funeral services. Shawnte Hardin is charged with 37 counts, mostly felonies. They include representing himself as a funeral director while unlicensed, tampering with records, theft, passing bad checks, identity fraud, and engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity. The list also includes a misdemeanor charge alleging a body wasn’t properly refrigerated or embalmed. The court case records listed no attorney for Hardin as of Friday. He previously denied allegations that he was running an illegal funeral home, saying during an interview with WBNS-TV in Columbus last month that what he offered was lower-cost services for transporting and washing bodies. 41-year-old Hardin was indicted Thursday in Lucas County but also operated businesses in Cuyahoga, Summit and Franklin counties during the past couple years under names such as Hussain Funeral Directors and Celebration of Life Memorial Chapels, according to the Ohio attorney general’s office, which is prosecuting the case. (https://bit.ly/3aY9DKl)
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Ozark County deputy arrested a man after an unusual foot chase.
Deputies pulled over Noel Cole wanted for several felony warrants out
of Douglas County on Saturday. Investigators say Cole attempted to
get away from the deputy during questioning. The deputy used his
taser; however, the vehicle door pulled the cords free from him.
Investigators say while the deputy chased Cole, he noticed something
suspicious in his hand. The deputy arrested him, realizing Cole was
holding a Marie Callender chocolate cream pie. Investigators say the
pie is safe with his belongings for his release.
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