Here's that video of the Texas mom going after her 14-year old son with a belt after he stole her brand new BMW for a joy ride. Some are saying it's appropriate - other say it's abusive. What do you think??
Rowing Club Finds Touching Note, Follows Its Request
An anonymous woman’s wish granted by rowers who find her note.
When the Bishop Vesey’s Grammar School rowing club arrived to practice at a nearby lake in the U.K., they found a touching note with a rose attached to the locked gate. “Please can someone throw this in the lake for me?” the note reads. “My late husband’s ashes are in the lake and I can’t get to the lakeside in my wheelchair anymore + gates are locked - have to drive back up north tonight. Thank you.”
So the rowing club made sure the rose request was granted and put it in the lake with the person’s husband’s ashes. They tweeted a photo of the red flower floating on the water and wrote “No name or number left, but whoever you are, rest assured your rose in in place in the middle of the lake.”
It’s heartwarming to know that there’s still hope out there in the world. One Twitter user put it perfectly, tweeting, “Faith in humanity restored.”
NFL reporter, Melissa Stark, gets smacked in the head with a football as she did a live report.
The First Thing People Would Do If They Won The Lottery
The surprising answer when people were asked what they’d do with a lottery windfall
- A poll by TD Ameritrade finds that the thing most people would do if they won the lottery is share it with other people
- Only 9% of people said the first thing they’d do is quit their jobs
- 80% of people in the poll believe that winning the lottery would improve their lives
The country is going lottery crazy thanks to a $1.6-billion Mega Millions jackpot up for grabs, and we bet there are plenty of people out there already thinking about what they would do with the money if they won. But, according to a new survey, the one thing most Americans would do if they won may actually surprise you.
A poll by TD Ameritrade finds that the thing most people would do if they won the lottery is share it with other people (33%), followed by saving and investing in the future (21%). And while you’d think most people’s first move would be to quit their job, only 9% of people said that’s what they’d run and do (liars).
Of course, not every generation has the same thoughts. When it comes to Millennials, save and invest in the future and get out of debt is the top thing they’d do, and then they’d quit their job. They are also more likely to keep the money for themselves, with sharing with others ranking sixth.
And while previous research suggests that money won’t necessarily buy you happiness, folks don’t necessarily see it that way. In fact, 80% of people in the poll believe that winning the lottery would improve their lives.