Nov. 17, 2014
Monday, 17 November 2014 08:13

MOTHER AND DAUGHTER GIVE BIRTH ON SAME DAY: A mother and daughter gave birth on the same day. 20-year-old Destinee Martin and 40-year-old Heather Penticoff gave birth to their children at Lee Memorial Hospital in Fort Meyers. Martin was not happy after initially hearing that her mother was pregnant, but has said the two bonded through the experience. The two never expected to have the same due dates, but doctors induced both pregnancies for separate medical reasons. (Jezebel)

STUDENT DESIGNS SLEEPING POD: A student at New York’s School of Visual Arts has invented a portable sleeping pod called the Nutshell. The wearable piece is designed for power-napping. The Nutshell was created to block out distractions and to focus on eating and thinking (Metro)

FLORIDA BRA-WEARING MAN BLOCKED CUSTOMERS AT ATM: A man riding a bike while wearing a bra prevented bank customers from using the ATM. 33-year-old Gregory Herndon was questioned by police, who asked that he empty his pockets. Herndon allegedly pulled out a pair of women's undergarments, a crack pipe, pill bottle and brass wool. Herndon faces charges of possession of drug equipment and resisting an officer without violence. (Huffington Post)

GAMES BURIED IN LANDFILL NET $37,000-DOLLARS: Old video games, which were buried in a landfill have sold for thousands of dollars on eBay. An old "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial" game cartridge drew the highest bid of some 800-video games buried more than 30-years-ago. The dig has helped raise e thousands of dollars for New Mexico City. Joe Lewandowski, a consultant for the film companies that documented the dig, says the online auction, which ended Thursday, generated $37,000. (Yahoo)

MEN ACCUSED OF TARGET PRACTICE INSIDE HOME: Two men are facing charges after they were accused of target shooting inside their Colorado Springs home. Police responded to reports of shots fired. When officers approached the house , they heard more shots and found two men taking turns shooting at glass bottles. Christian Clark and Codie Leslie were arrested on suspicion of illegal use of weapons and reckless endangerment. (Yahoo)

 

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