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by L Jtan posted Feb 25 2015 7:33AM
Even if you're tired of snow and winter some people that don't have any are willing to pay for some, so a man from Massachusetts is cashing in big.
He's apparently shipping it from his yard to people in warmer climates for $89 for six pounds. Kyle Waring launched www.ShipSnowYo.com. He says even if the snow melts a little by the time it arrives, there's still enough to make ten or more snowballs. 
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Location : Massachusetts
by L Jtan posted Feb 5 2015 9:20AM
This might make you want to get your hands on the new French version of Monopoly. It will let you pass go, get out of jail free and collect real money.
To celebrate Hasbro's 80th anniversary of this edition, real cash will be slipped into 80 boxes. One will have over $23,000 inside, along with the the Monopoly money needed to play the game. Another 79 boxes will have smaller amounts of cash. The promotional offer runs through March 30th.
by L Jtan posted Feb 4 2015 10:15AM
We all wait for Punxsutawney Phil's weather prediction from Pennsylvania on groundhog's day each year.
This time it turns dangerous for the Mayor of Sun Prairie, Wisconsin though, when he gets too close to the city's weather-predicting critter. The handlers of Jimmy the groundhog were holding him close to the Mayor's face and he promptly chomped down on the lawmaker's ear. The handlers say that it might have been because the Mayor accidentally said Jimmy predicted an early spring, when it was actually a longer winter.  
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Location : PennsylvaniaWisconsin
by Deirdre Blake posted Feb 4 2015 9:59AM
If you want an honest answer from a coworker, boss, friend or family member, plan to ask your question early in the day.
A Psychological Science study finds that people are more likely to answer honestly between 8:00 a.m. and noon versus noon and 6:00 p.m. Being well rested seems to make it easier for people to fess up to the truth, instead of hiding it.
by L Jtan posted Jan 29 2015 10:29AM
We've heard that cats have nine lives, but this is a real life flash back to Pet Sematary. Instead, it involves Bart the cat, not Church and no evil demons.
When his owner found him not breathing in the road, he was heartbroken and asked his neighbor to bury the cat instead. The neighbor dug a shallow grave, but a few days later, Bart apparently clawed his way out. He needed an extensive surgery and was dehydrated and hungry. A Humane Society vet says, all things considered, is doing okay and should be just fine. His owner says he looks a little rough, but is as affectionate as ever. 
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