Here's a little tidbit I found today - Wacky crimes: The best of police blotters from Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast
This is perfect! It's an end of the month round up of all the loonies and their antics. And the paper does it EVERY month. How great is that paper! You have to read through a few of these blurbs. I think my personal favorite is the guy who ratted out his own weed operation - IN THE BUFF!
Here's a reason to clean out the car. - Bear crashes in runaway car
How do you explain that to your parents? "I swear Mom! I parked the car right there! Oh, look! There it is...and a bear is eating the interior." Better yet, how would you like to be the adjuster assigned to that claim?
This just strikes me as a bit gross. Churchill's dentures fetch nearly $24,000
Why in the name of dental floss would anyone want a pair of 60+ year old dentures? Yes, Mr. Churchill was a fantastic man. Sure World War II artifacts are cool. Not sure this one is one of the cool ones. But the bigger question is, how exactly does a pair of dentures correct a lisp?
And this one gives me some inspiration to keep working out. Florida great-grandma takes a bite out of crime
She is 73 years old! Not only does she have the gumption to bite the bad guy but she hangs on to a (I have to assume) speeding truck as it tears down the highway. The last line got me - she almost lost a tooth. Take that Churchill! You're fancy pants bajillion dollar dentures can't do THAT!
And let's wrap up with one from right here in the neighborhood (ok, across town but when you read this you'll know why I'm ready to let them STAY across town). Armored escort for Snellville's snail ornament
First we protest the snail as a mascot. Then we buy Sunday liquor sales by telling folks they can have their snail if they pass the ordinance. Now we will be providing an armored transport for snail ornaments to get to a...farmer's market? Look at that Es Car Go!
So there you have it..all the news that SHOULDN'T have been reported! But before I go, let's get a photo of the week, shall we?
Yes, those are safety pins but don't worry. They're just glued on. I have yet to figure out why but if anyone knows Lucy McRae of Australia, perhaps they could ask and get back to me.
This is T.B. Maid reporting. May your water stay blue and always go down!