For the first time in a few years, Brett Favre’s next career move hasn’t been one of the big subplots of the NFL off-season. But that doesn’t mean the 42-year-old is taking it easy. In fact, Favre has just snagged himself a new job in football, as an assistant coach at Oak Grove High School in Hattiesburg, MS.
Melinda Schmidt has been a hugger her whole live. So when the 35-year-old mother of two recently moved to Raleigh, NC, she immediately started missing the parade of embraces she used to get in her smaller hometown.
Melinda decided to do something about this, and since she couldn’t import her friends and family to Raleigh, she started hugging strangers instead.
To paraphrase a wise hitman, they have the same kind of stuff in Singapore that they have over here. There are, however, little differences. For example, in Singapore you can walk into a 7-Eleven and buy a serving of mashed potatoes — from a vending machine.
They are two types of belly flops — The first comes courtesy of a daredevil with a masochistic streak who deliberately falls into the water gut first. The second happens when somebody just isn’t very good at diving into a pool.
It was 1970 when a thief stole Robert Russell’s 1967 Austin Healey from in front of his Philadelphia home. Even as the decades came and went, Russell never gave up hope of getting back his cherished vehicle.
Then, after a recent bout of insomnia, Russell took to eBay and started searching for the sports car.
While McDonald’s tastes good, it doesn’t always seem like it is made from the kind of natural ingredients you could buy in a grocery store. As part of McDonald’s Canada’s ongoing campaign to demystify their fare, executive chef Dan Coudreaut demonstrates in this video how you can actually make a Big Mac in your own kitchen using simple, readily available ingredients.
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