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Sally Erickson and Renzie Davidson thought they had the secret to marital bliss. But the eccentric list of demands outlined in their prenuptial agreement, including mandatory backrubs and a $5 nagging fee, still couldn't save their marriage.
“Did you know at movie theaters: popcorn yields more than 90 cents of profit on every dollar of popcorn sold? It also serves to make customers thirsty for sodas, another high-margin product.”
A fat-lipped Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger vowed Monday to keep riding motorcycles - despite a weekend accident that left the former Hollywood action hero with minor injuries.
Schwarzenegger said doctors had advised him to avoid attending events and speaking for at least three days.
How awesome is this!?! I hate when you have to bend books and have to keep shifting your grip just to hold open a book. This thing solves that problem!
This is also a totally ‘why didn’t I think of that’ invention. This thingy runs for $4.
In less than five months, the date will be 6-6-06. There is even a movie already made about it.
Younger teen couples who do not have sex are more likely to report higher levels of satisfaction in their relationships, according to a new study.
Someone entered a house that was being remodeled and made off with an unusual item, police said -- a two-story, wrought-iron, 1920s staircase banister worth $120,000.
The home sits on a 40-acre parcel, and the intruders entered through a missing door, no one was home at the time.
The staircase consisted of 40 wooden steps climbing two floors, and its banister rail -- lined with dark hardwood -- was securely bolted to the floor.
Every other wrought-iron steel upright was topped with a sculpted horse head of bronze.
"The banister had been ripped out of the floor at its base. I don't know if someone thought it was gold, because otherwise, you don't come into a house and say, 'Hey! A staircase!' "
The thieves also took multicolored tile valued at $6,000 at the base of the stairs. The tile was to be used to create a different design on each step. Also stolen were speakers, alder wood doors, power tools, sinks, a large burl wood table and numerous pieces of rare, hand-carved wood. It's all worth more than $150,000.
Detective Jeffrey McCoy called the burglary unusual.
"We have the usual burglaries where they're taking tools or computers, but construction stuff," he said. "Something like this required several people."
People seem to be willing to steal anything these days… weird. Article here.