Frustrated by recent run-ins with her homeowners association over her inability to pay dues, 45-year old Sheila Jones of Indian Harbour Beach, Florida spray-painted this message on the side of her house: "Hitler would be a welcome neighbor here. Stop the harassment to my family."
It's surprising how little we actually know about the animal kingdom relative to the mysteries yet to be solved and secrets still to be revealed. From a "human-cockatoo arms race" to lemurs' habit of picking their noses with impressive depth, Scientific American presents "6 Weird and Wild Animal Behaviors Revealed in 2022." Here are two:… READ THE REST
Police in Ponca City, Oklahoma are seeking this gentleman who robbed a convenience store at gunpoint early Sunday morning. It shouldn't be too hard to find him given his striking resemblance to a football. Above is surveillance video of the caper, complete with a bad action movie musical soundtrack. READ THE REST
In Volusia County, Florida, visitors to a beach stumbled upon a massive object poking out from the sand at low tide. Approximately 80-feet long, it appears to be made from a combination of wood and metal. During high tide, the structure is completely covered. From the New York Times: "The state underwater archaeological team has… READ THE REST
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Commuting is kind of the pits. There's no good way to sit in traffic or on an unsafe bus (and helicopters are out of the option, even if you're filthy rich.) If only there… READ THE REST
It can feel unbearable to go outside when it's cold unless you have the proper gear to withstand chilly temperatures. Your average coat might not cut it unless you're willing to shell out hundreds for a down feather piece. Alternatively, a heated jacket can use electricity to keep you toasty, and all you need is a power… READ THE REST