It’s Halloween. Yeah, whatever. Pass the Snickers already.
Someone paid close to a million dollars for a parking space in Hong Kong. Maybe the universe is trying to tell someone not to own a car. (Source: CNN)
Another article shows up pushing the idea of eating bugs. They aren’t going to give up until we eat bugs, are they? (Source: CNN)
It’s been a week, so it’s time to recap what I learned from three days of jury duty. Okay, it wasn’t quite jury duty, it was jury selection duty, and I learned nothing.
If Millennials really don’t like cereal, there are plenty of folks out there who do, namely seniors and little kids. Cereal manufacturers know this, which is informing their strategy to survive. (Source: CNN)
There’s a new apple in town. Really, it’s a totally new breed of apple. Were there not enough as it is? (Source: AP via Los Angeles Times)
A woman returned a library book 70 years late. There were no overdue fees, in case you were wondering. (Source: KNTV/San Jose-San Francisco)
The Real ID deadline is now closer than one year out. You’ll need one, or a passport, to fly. You might not want to wait much longer to get one. (Source: Los Angeles Times)
A survey said that most parents help themselves to some of their kids’ Halloween candy. Letting the kids do all the work seems unfair. (Source: WWBT-TV/Richmond)
A high school in Pennsylvania is converting its gym locker rooms to non-gender-specific status. The genius is in how they’re doing that. (Source: WGAL-TV/Lancaster)