Pulitzer award-winning novelist Cormac McCarthy‘s ex-wife Jennifer McCarthy is living out a story stranger than fiction.
Current Category: News of the Bizarre
This odd story puts a whole new twist on “beer belly!” A 61-year-old man from Carthage, TX came stumbling into the hospital complaining of dizziness, but it turned out he was just drunk. The only problem was that he claimed he had not touched a drop of alcohol!
Not only has Santa Clause been enjoying his tobacco pipe for centuries, he’s also enjoyed some time helping out advertising execs by selling cigarettes in the mid-20th century. But now Santa’s tobacco days are over!
Nine years ago property developer James Brown retired at the ripe old age of 36. Ever since he’s been snorting massive amounts of cocaine, so much cocaine that when he was arrested recently after police found hidden cocaine in the air vents of his Bentley, his nose had plain collapsed on itself
60-year-old Valerie, of Doylestown, OH, is sharing her heartbreaking and shocking story with the world in hopes of helping others. Eight years ago Valerie found out that her late husband Percy Spruill, was actually her father (he died in 1989 a the age of 60.) But, his wasn’t the first “family secret” Valerie had had to deal with, her family life had been rife with hidden truths.
I’ve never personally had many problems with ordering items from Amazon, and I do it ALL the time, but I’ve never tried to order a TV from them like Seth Horvitz did. The thing is that Amazon doesn’t ship a lot of their items out, and a lot of the time acts as a online retailing service for other merchants. This is how Seth got into the weird spot he got into, one of those merchants really messed up.
Singapore newspaper The Straits Times reports that a disgruntled maid named Jumiah has been charged with allegedly putting her period blood in her boss’s coffee last August. The worst part of waking up . . .
Gas prices are continuing to soar, but in a strange turn of events, it’s Tide laundry detergent that’s considered to be “liquid gold.”
There’s recently been a strange epidemic in the U.S. known as “Grime Sprees.” People are stealing large amounts of Tide from Big Box stores (loading up carts to the brim, and simply running out of the store with their loot.) Why detergent? Why Tide in particular? What are they doing with all that soap?
Are you the sibling who tirelessly sacrifices your life to care for your 90-something-year-old mother while you carefree siblings run around betraying her trust and breaking her heart? Are you ready for a little payback?
If so, you can take a cue from “A.J.” who obviously had a hand in publishing his mom’s obituary.
We all know that companies track out behavior to try to figure out what we want to buy, but wait ’til you learn a little bit about HOW they track you.