Thursday, May 23, 2019

Did You Know: The original little mermaid story is a little more disturbing

From: Linda J.
Sent: May 23, 2019
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Subject: Fw: The original little mermaid story is a little more disturbing



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Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale is a 180 from the Disney film. Some parts align. She does see the prince from afar in his ship, and she does rescue him from drowning and fall in love with him. He doesn’t see her. She does visit the sea witch who takes her tongue in exchange for legs (and she does do it because the little mermaid has an amazing voice).

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Did You Know: Police Arrest 99-Year-Old Woman So To Cross It Off Her Bucket List

From: Sam T.
Sent: May 22, 2019
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Subject: Fw: Police Arrest 99-Year-Old Woman So To Cross It Off Her Bucket List


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A 99-year-old woman was arrested and placed in a cell to check off one of her bucket list dreams. Annie was escorted into the prison in Nijmegen Zuid, which lies 75 miles south east of Amsterdam, in the Netherlands, in order to complete one of her last wishes. The elderly lady, whose surname has not been published, can be seen locked in handcuffs and grinning with delight. The idea about after Annie’s niece came into the station to report a crime.

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Did You Know: There is a British Cemetery in Ocracoke, North Carolina

From: Jack H.
Sent: May 21, 2019
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Subject: Fw: There is a British Cemetery in Ocracoke, North Carolina


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In the early days of the United States’ entry into World War II, the Navy was woefully under-manned, under-shipped, and under-gunned. The Atlantic seaboard was especially vulnerable to German submarines, whose attacks took a major toll on the U.S. merchant fleet, killing thousands and sinking nearly 400 ships. The Germans called it the “Great American Turkey Shoot,” and North Carolina’s Outer Banks was dubbed “Torpedo Alley.”

Did You Know: A grief-stricken bridegroom marries DEAD girlfriend in grim Thai ceremony

From: Oscar D.
Sent: May 21, 2019
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Subject: Fw: A grief-stricken bridegroom marries DEAD girlfriend in grim Thai ceremony


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TV producer Chadil Deffy wore a top hat and tuxedo as he slid the wedding ring onto 'bride' Ann Kamsuk's finger at the ceremony in Surin, Thailand

Clad in what can only be described as a 'mourning' suit, a grief-stricken boyfriend married his dead girlfriend at her funeral and then posted their wedding snaps on his Facebook page. TV producer Chadil Deffy (also known as Deff Yingyuen) wore a top hat and tuxedo as he slid the wedding ring onto 'bride' Ann Kamsuk's finger at the grim ceremony in Surin, Thailand.

Did You Know: There is a Hornet the size of your thumb (Giant Asian Hornet)

From: Sara S.
Sent: May 21, 2019
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Subject: Fw: There is a Hornet the size of your thumb


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Giant Asian hornets may seem like something from a B-rated movie, but they’re real — and they’re right here in Illinois. Also called Yak killer hornets, these flying nightmares are the largest known hornets in the world, and their sting can be fatal. The aggressive predators have terrorized people in France and Britain and decimated honeybee populations. In Illinois, a notable live giant hornet spotting occurred in July of 2012 just west of St. Viator High School, and pest control experts believe that the insects’ local population will grow. Here are a few facts about this extremely dangerous and alarmingly large hornet from our expert exterminators.

Monday, May 20, 2019

10 Did You Know Fun Facts: From the Beatles to a bottle of 1787 Margaux from Thomas Jeffersons Collection

From: Kevin M.
Sent: May 20, 2019
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Subject: Fw: 10 Did You Know Fun Facts: From the Beatles to a bottle of 1787 Margaux from Thomas Jeffersons Collection


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#1. Abercrombie & Fitch offered $10,000 to cast members of "The Jersey Shore" if they'd agree to stop wearing the brand on the show.

Sunday, May 19, 2019

Old Auto Ads

From: Robert A.
Sent: May 19, 2019
To: undisclosed recipients
Subject: Fw: Old Auto Ads




Some of these are unbelievable... love the one about digging hole and pouring old oil in ground.

It's a wonder we survived!

Japan is making Olympic medals out of old smartphones

From: Julie T.
Sent: May 17, 2019
To: undisclosed recipients
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When medalists at the upcoming 2020 summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan step on to the podium to claim their prize, the medals will not only be a representation of their sporting prowess, but also a symbol of environmental sustainability. This is because, for both the Olympics and Paralympics events, organizers are planning to design all the bronze, silver, and gold medals out of just used electronics. The aim to send out this strong message about environmental conservation and how e-waste can be effectively utilized has gotten all the country involved. Almost 90% of the municipal authorities have thrown their weight behind this noble initiative by aiding in collections.

Friday, May 17, 2019

Your cremated ashes can now be converted into a vinyl record

From: Troy W.
Sent: May 16, 2019
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Subject: Fw: Your cremated ashes can now be converted into a vinyl record


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There is a company that is turning the cremated remains of your loved ones into a vinyl record. This is the creation of a company going by the name Vinyl, which takes the resulting ash after the cremation and presses it into a record. The company charges interested parties a fee that starts at £3,000, which converts to around $4,315. The package features a 12-minute audio on either side of the record that you can choose to incorporate the final words of the deceased, any fond memories you have of them, licensed music, or even the sound of ashes popping and cracking…you basically include any audio that pays homage to the departed.

Thursday, May 16, 2019

The WWII Airman Who Fell 18,000 Feet And Survived

From: Doug T.
Sent: May 16, 2019
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Subject: Fw: The WWII Airman Who Fell 18,000 Feet And Survived


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Nicholas Alkemade

There are so many things that can go wrong with aerial combat, especially when you consider that the pilot is operating in uncharted territory. The fact that you are so far away from your natural element exposes you to risk posed not only by the enemy arsenal but also by the possibility of plunging to the ground or sea.

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