A small portion of South Jersey has its own soft drink, and every once in a while someone outside that area discovers it. Like now. Again. (Source: Philadelphia Inquirer)
Passengers choosing the no-frills “basic economy” fares on some big airlines are expressing shock that they have to pay to check the carry-on they weren’t supposed to carry on in the first place, plus a penalty. They shouldn’t be surprised. (Source: Money)
Windows in showers, no closets, inaccessible power outlets… those annoying things about hotel rooms are deliberate. They think that’s what you want. (Source: Washington Post)
Florida man. Expensive car. Gas can. Cigarette. (Source: WTVT/Tampa)
More places are banning prospective employers from asking about your salary history. You’d have to be a C-suite type to think the question’s appropriate. (Source: Daily Breeze)
Yeah, well, finding an appropriate place to pee at a sporting event IS an issue worth discussing. Includes troughs, porta-potties, parking lots, and empty beer cups. (Source: Washington Post)
A new batch of Guinness World Records has arrived. My record for Least (Expletive)s Given remains intact. (Source: WDIV-TV/Detroit)
Why do people resist evacuation, no matter what the odds? Maybe it’s stories like this one.
The L.A. Rams are going to be charging a lot for seats, and a lot just for the right to spend a lot to buy seats. I have a better plan.
Someone filed a lawsuit over the calorie count in Starburst Gummies Sours. Of course they did.