The year’s over. It doesn’t matter.
Someone fell off a 200-foot cliff around here to the ocean and rocks below and survived. This happens more than you’d expect. The falling part, that is. The survival isn’t typical. Nor is the national news coverage. (Source: CNN)
A survey finds the rudest city in America. It won’t shock you. It also won’t matter. (Source: Business Insider)
Yeah, I know, the decade doesn’t technically end next week. We go through this every ten years. (Source: CNN)
Did you get any board games for the holidays? They haven’t gone away, and they’re still popular, it says here. I’ll have to trust them on this one. (Source: WCBS-TV/New York)
Cosmopolitan came up with a term for a dating situation peculiar to the holidays: “snow-globing.” Is this a thing? (Source: Cosmopolitan)
A Wednesday holiday presents a dilemma: Which days should everyone get to take off? I have a suggestion.
Are you in the midst of gaining weight during the holidays? Everyone does, it seems. It might be a little too late for this year, but there are things you can do to avoid the Christmas spread. (Source: Los Angeles Times)
Bicyclists complain that car drivers are trying to run them off the road. Car drivers complain that bikers get in the way of traffic. They may both be right. (Source: WKMG-TV/Orlando)
An unusual customer is frequenting a particular supermarket salad bar. It will, or at least should, make you not want to eat at salad bars. (Source: WCCO-TV/Minneapolis)