Morning Show Fun

by Mower on April 9, 2014

in Front Page News,Morning Show Fun

 

That Margarita May Soon Cost You More

Drug cartels and heavy rains in Mexico combined with California’s drought are driving up lime prices. Some airlines are cutting them from drinks because they are expensive

 

Some Rules Are Meant To Be Broken…  Right?

A 15-year-old British girl has been told to wear a wig to school after shaving her head for Cancer Research. Jess Vine of the Isle of Wight, raised more than $500 for the cause after losing her grandfather to cancer. Ryde Academy has banned Vine from coming to class without a wig and has not changed their stance even though the haircut was done for charity. (Metro)

 

Home of the Cronut Reopens After Mouse Infestation

New York’s Dominique Ansel Bakery, the place where the cronut was created last year, spawning a craze and imitators around the world, reopened Tuesday (April 8th) after being shut down last week due to what the health department called a RockyCronut“severe mouse infestation.” The health inspection and shutdown was sparked by a YouTube video posted by a patron last Thursday showing a mouse scurrying out from under a bakery rack at the shop. The bakery cleaned, is re-cementing the basement floor, and passed a new inspection to be able to open again, but called the whole thing “sensationalized.” In a statement Monday, the store said, “In the past year, we have woken up daily knowing that our success has made us vulnerable to more malicious attacks than any small, one-shop business should ever have to suffer.” In honor of the re-opening, a special cronut inspired by the film Rocky was offered for one day only yesterday, black with a yellow golden star, as a, quote, “symbol of our dedication and resilience,” according to the bakery. It remains to be seen if the long lines will return after “Mousegate.”

 

Accident Prone
A study by the Accident Exchange reveals more traffic accidents occur on Fridays (17%) than on any other day of the week. Other findings:
- most weekend accidents occur between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m.
- March, April and May are the most accident-laden months because of the increased amount of bank holidays and great weather.
 

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