Good morning. Have you ever had trouble convincing someone of your identity? Don’t fret too much, it can even happen to celebrities – Golden Globe-winning actress Sharon Stone had her profile on the dating app Bumble closed after some users reported her account as fake.
“In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: It goes on.”
― Robert Frost
Lil’ Yachty (Sept. 16)
On a scale of 1-10, how exciting was your weekend? Well, a few drug traffickers might score this weekend a 15. Their yacht containing $690 million worth of drugs ran aground and after stashing the drugs under seaweed, their escape was thwarted by a giant seal. You can’t make this stuff up.
Grounds in Flight (Sept. 23)
As another new week begins, here’s hoping it’s free of coffee spills – unfortunately, that wasn’t the case for over 300 airline passengers who were forced to undergo an emergency landing following a cockpit java accident.
Spooky Shipment (Oct. 1)
Has a recently ordered package from Amazon been delayed? If so, it could be left at a cemetery… waiting to be picked up by the police who will deliver it to your door. Yes, this was, in fact, a real situation.
No Candy For Old Kids (Oct. 22)
How old is too old to trick or treat? If you’re a teen, check to make sure you don’t live in these U.S. towns, where trick-or-treating over a certain age could land you in jail.
Water Under the Bridge (Nov. 15)
Have you ever been proven wrong in an embarrassing fashion? Perhaps you can relate to a vacationing father who broke a Disneyland bridge after reportedly jumping up and down to show his children it was safe.
What We’re Reading Today
With births down, US had slowest growth rate in a century