A woman in Massachusetts made a big mistake this year that almost cost her a fortune. She removed her diamond jewelry to clean it in one of those ultrasonic jewelry cleaners. She set them on some paper towel to dry overnight, and then accidentally swept them into the trash which she took out to the curb the next morning.
This has to be some kind of glitch and the bank is looking into it. But, can you imagine if that negative had actually been a positive? How weird would it be to find out that your mom had been hiding a fortune for years?
The school district thought it was a good idea to turn to the public to help determine what the new name would be in the form of an online poll on the district website. But, letting the internet make important decisions for you isn't always the best path one can take.
It's upsetting when your candidate doesn't win an election, especially if you've dedicated a lot of time to researching and figuring out who should be elected. But, we don't think that this lady did any research. She might just be bat sh-- insane.
People from all over the globe are travelling to Japan to get their own collectable "manhole cards" (which, let's be real, just sounds dirty). Why are they so obsessed? Apparently, Japan has some of the most ornate and intricate manhole covers in the world.
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