Don’t throw out your old things – they could be worth something. In one woman’s case, a thrown out mattress was worth $ 1 million dollars! The mattress which contained $1 million hidden inside was mistakenly thrown out, setting off a frantic search through tons of garbage at a number of landfill sites.
Speeders come up with all sorts of reasons why they are speeding when caught by police – wife having a baby, late for a meeting, trying to get to church. One reason you might want to keep to yourself however is the reason Ryan Neaus, 21, Hazleton gave the officer who pulled him over for speeding – he was chasing the person who just robbed him of his Apple iPhone and three bags of marijuana.
I came across 37 seconds of video which is actually a scene from the Nathan Barley series in which Dan Ashcroft gives a commentary on the rise of the idiot classes. Many people think this rant is the exposition of co-creator Chris Morris’s own feelings on popular culture.
In Branch, Arkansas, a man who police suspect may have been trying to steal electricity was electrocuted and fell 30 feet from a power pole. In addition, when police arrived to investigate the incident, they found a methamphetamine lab in his home.
Will stories of people seeing the likeness of Jesus or even Mary in toast, on walls and just about anything you can imagine ever cease? Not likely, especially when there’s money to be made selling such items on sites like eBay.
In a most recent story, one North Texas family says they found Jesus in a cheese snack.
Forget about boring traditional business cards made of paper. Now you can give your customers and business associates Meat Cards – business cards made out of real meat. Start with 100% beef jerky and then sear your contact information into it with a 150 watt CO2 laser. At least that is what the folks at MeatCards.com are intending to do.
I’m not sure if what was left on my door a few days ago was a joke or not. It is the most detailed “lost dog” note I have ever seen, so detailed in fact that it is humorous (the note, not that someone lost their dog).
Check it out for yourself.
I am increasingly amazed at what people will do to get their “15 minutes of fame.” People capturing themselves committing criminal activities on video and then posting to sites such as YouTube prove just how stupid they really are. Such is the case for two Domino’s workers who video taped themselves passing gas on salami, stuffing cheese up their nostrils and then using the foul fixins’ in the fast food.
I didn’t even know such a thing existed, that is the Chia Obama, based on the popular Chia Pet products. Well, apparently it does and Walgreens decided to pull the product from its shelves of stores in over concerns that it might offend customers.
When I learned that you can buy a suit of armor for your dog, I thought it was ridiculous enough. That is until I saw the same company selling a suit of armor for squirrels. That’s right, I said “squirrels.” And why not? After all, those fury little creatures may fall out of a tree and a good suit of armor can help protect their fall.