J. Lo helps correct a huge injustice
Jennifer Lopez is designing a collection of jewelry - for dogs. J-Lo already has her own fashion label. An insider said: "Jennifer just got creative and wanted to extend the range of jewels for animals. She has always found it somewhat frustratin...
Jennifer Lopez is designing a collection of jewelry - for dogs.
J-Lo already has her own fashion label.
An insider said: "Jennifer just got creative and wanted to extend the range of jewels for animals. She has always found it somewhat frustrating that there are limited accessories available for them."
The kid was just a bit too literal
In Philadelphia, after a teacher told him to hang his coat in the walk-in coatroom, a 9-year-old boy hoisted himself onto a hook in the closet as a prank and waited to be discovered. He was found later, unconscious and hanging by his shirt collar.
Drunk and stupid will cost you money
Christopher Lamping, 20 at the time, was arrested for DUI in Indiana, Pa., after he leaned on the horn repeatedly through three light changes because the car in front of him would not go through the green lights.
The car in front was a marked Indiana police cruiser whose officers were talking to a man on the sidewalk, and after hearing enough of Lamping's horn, one officer walked over and noticed Lamping's odor of alcohol.
According to the Indiana Gazette story, Lamping later explained that he "just didn't think of" driving around the stopped car.
But what if the gum is onion-flavored?
Factoids to ponder over your weekend morning coffee:
- 80 percent of animals on earth are insects.
- 80 percent of arrested criminals are male.
- Chewing gum while peeling onions will keep you from crying.
- In Disney's "Fantasia," the sorcerer to whom Mickey played an apprentice was named Yensid, which is Disney spelled backward.
- By raising your legs slowly and lying on your back, you cannot sink into quicksand.
- One in 10 people live on an island.
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Today's best bet
Summer Cinema 2005, "The Enchanted Cottage" (1924), a fantasy about a soldier returning to his former life, with original score performed by David Knudtson, 7:30 p.m., Glasrud Auditorium, Weld Hall, Minnesota State University Moorhead