Australian TV Hosts Can’t Stop Laughing at Bezos Rocket
Scientists Just Found The First Murder Hornet Of 2021 In The United States
— CTV News (@CTVNews) June 18, 2021
FRANK BONNER‘WKRP’ STAR DEAD AT 79
OH NO! https://t.co/qJArJobsQQ
— B-105 WUBE (@B105) June 17, 2021
Couple who chained themselves together on Valentine’s Day to test their love, finally have their chain cut 123 days later – and immediately split up
Couple who chained themselves together on Valentine's Day to test their love, finally have their chain cut 123 days later – and immediately split up
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— dactylion (@dactylion14) June 17, 2021
37 Year Old Ticket Still Accepted
When Rachel Carle moved to Boston for college, she received ticket to the New England Aquarium that had been in her great-aunt’s wallet for nearly four decades. Issued in 1983, the “late gate” tickets were given out to visitors who arrived too late in the day to enjoy the aquarium but were able to return on another day and make it up. The aquarium stopped issuing the tickets about 25 years ago, but when Carle arrived on June 11, aquarium staff agreed to honor her ticket and allow her entrance.
— AP Oddities (@AP_Oddities) June 15, 2021
Sunglasses used in the movie “Cruella” were stolen in a daring smash and grab
Surveillance footage shows moment sunglasses used in the movie “Cruella” were stolen in a daring smash and grab raid on a boutique eyewear store in London.
— ABC News (@ABC) June 17, 2021