These are some of the lesser reported stories that you might have missed.
Quitting Your Job in a Creative Way
After working for 22 days straight without a day off, a Taco Bell manager at the Depew Taco Bell near Niagara Falls, made a decidedly creative change to the neon sign.
Adam, whose last name was not identified, had a beef (no not the taco beef) with his boss who refused to give him a break. That whole "take a break today" doesn't fly at Taco Bell.
Last Thursday, Adam decided to put his resignation in writing.
Is it safe to say, that maybe Adam shouldn't expect a favorable reference from his now ex-boss?
Doctor...Who Needs a Doctor?
A Florida man is being charged with felony aggravated child abuse after a feeble attempt to remove his son's cast with a 10 inch circular saw. Unfortunately for the father and the son this proved not to be a very well executed plan.
Lawrence Roberts did manage to remove part of the cast but in the process he managed to remove part of his son's thumb and index finger. Roberts went to the home where his 15 year old son lives with his mother and brought the saw that he uses in his job working construction.
The boy was taken to Coral Springs Medical Center then transferred to a Fort Lauderdale medical facility for emergency surgery for severe injuries to his hand.
His father was released on a $7500.00 bond.
Is it safe to say that Lawrence Roberts isn't being considered for Coral Spring's "Father of the Year" award?
For the last four years, John Hearn has been riding his bike three times a week to work at Tyndall Air Force Base. Last Thursday he started at 6:10 AM to ride the 12 miles along US 98. His weekly routine, however, took a decidedly unroutine turn at 6:40 when he saw something big and black out of the corner of his eye.
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Witnesses said both "crash victims" seemed shaken. The bear scurried off into the woods. Hearn was left with a great deal of road rash and a damaged bike. One of the witnesses drove him to the base.
Hearn said he has had a couple of previous accidents involving cars and keeps a very close eye out for turning vehicles. This is a first...colliding with a bear.
John is not planning on seeking damages. As the bear didn't carry insurance there is nothing to done.
Am I Dead or Disabled?
Fox News reported that 60,000 of California's more than 2 million disabled parking placards issued by the Dept. of Motor Vehicles might have been sent to dead people.
The DMV acknowledges that there is a great deal of abuse within the system and more than a third of the placards displayed are done so illegally. The agency is studying ways to make the process more efficient.
Maybe a Breathalyzer... just to make sure there is a breath.
Tit for Tat for TSA
A Colorado woman is accused of putting her hands on a TSA agent at Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix.
|Does she look remorseful?|
Officers said that Miyamae admitted to the crime. She is being charged with felony sexual abuse.
There is an old adage about "don't get your tit in a wringer". Someone, one evidently doesn't pay attention to old adages.
The Good for the Day.... No one died in any of our odd stories this week. (that's an improvement over some of the other weeks)
The Bad for the Day... The newspaper article about the father that removed the cast, actually had the street address of the boy and his mother's home. I am sure she is thrilled with her idiot ex.
The Weird for the Day...Authorities say that Michigan bride, Tammy Lee Hinton was arrested after exchanging vows at a Jackson area church. Ms Hinton was arrested for a 3 year outstanding warrant on a felony charge. She was release after 30 minutes and scheduled to return to court on Monday, July 18th. She failed to show for the court date.
|There is a wedding photo that is sure to be memorable.|
A little song to go with the RUNNING BEAR