December 31st, 2015
“It’s good to leave each day behind, like flowing water, free of sadness. Yesterday is gone and its tale told. Today new seeds are growing.”
If you aren’t planning to travel to New York City, this New Year’s Eve, here are some other First Nights that are being held throughout New England that you might want to check out.
A Walmart shopper was arrested for treating the store as an all-you-can-eat buffet
Police arrested a Walmart shopper while joyriding around the inside of the store on a motorized cart and pigging out. But we have the inside scoop and can tell you there was an honest reason why she could not wait till she got to the register to munch out. The Spill in isle 10 created a huge Traffic Jam.......... Sooooo........she figured it was time to enjoy a little sushi, most of a rotisserie chicken, cinnamon rolls while some wine.
Prevent Your Hangover with Science
Many people will choose to overindulge on alcoholic beverages to celebrate the New Year, but most people won't be smart and use secret scientific methods to prevent their hangovers.
Few things in our lives can be as devastating as the impact of negative people. What’s worse is that they are unavoidable. They lurk in our jobs, friends, even our families. So if we can’t avoid negative people, what we can do is reduce their impact.
How to Destroy your Hard Drive--Permanently
Today’s Dose of Diversion
A man fell off a cliff to his death on Christmas day while apparently distracted by his cell phone. Lifeguards at Sunset Cliffs told NBC San Diego: 'Witnesses stated seeing someone distracted by an electronic device and he just fell over the edge.
When you have your game is on…
North Carolina man catches two record-breaking catfish in 18 hours
A Dose of Diversion
It must have been a good to the last drop situation
A Minnesota woman was arrested after biting a piece of her husband's ear off during an argument regarding beer.
Your Terrorist of the Season Story
An Austrian radio host barricaded himself in his studio to play Wham's "Last Christmas" on repeat 24 times -- nearly two full hours.
Dutch driving instructors can now trade driving lessons for sex
This brings a whole new meaning to the expression "Going Dutch."
Playing the game of turtle has been known to become violent:
A Florida woman was taken into police custody following a domestic dispute that stemmed from her husband's repeated flatulence.
Today, we are just hunkering down at the house and ready to try a new recipe on Football Sunday. The idea of having to go outside today and grill in the rain has absolutely no appeal. Pulled pork or Buffalo wings, while still our favorite football munchies, seem to have become a little redundant. Today, the game day menu is about to change with a recipe that looks real easy and good. Chicken Tikka Masala
Seeing the astronomical phenomenon known as the northern lights, a.k.a. aurora borealis (literally "northern dawn"), is a bucket-list item for many people. These dramatic curtains of colored light, which appear high in the night sky in the northern hemisphere, are most visible in the middle of the night and the dead of winter, and in remote, dark areas. Here are 10 facts you ought to know about the aurora.
Remember, after you’ve hung your stockings with care tonight, step outside and enjoy the spectacle of the full moon. Merry Christmas to all, and to all a Bright Night!
“The place to improve the world is first in one’s own heart and head and hands.”
-Robert M. Pirsig
The self-driving car, that cutting-edge creation that’s supposed to lead to a world without accidents, is achieving the exact opposite right now: The vehicles have racked up a crash rate double that of those with human drivers.
Proof positive, back seat drivers should remain quiet:
Men have a better sense of direction than women, study says
When it rains, it pours…Or Karma is a bitch:
Notorious former pharma CEO Martin Shkreli appears to have been hacked on Twitter
The dream was, go to Canada, Live off the land. Fish and see the nature, his conclusion!
People aren't meant to be alone, I can vouch for that," said the Norwegian, less than 24 hours after emerging from the lake area he called home and into the relative bustle of Norman Wells, population 800.