Alabama Man Battles Town Over Right to Keep Wife’s Remains Buried in Front Yard of Home
An elderly Alabama widower is doing battle with local officials over his right to keep his late wife’s remains buried in the front yard of his home.
Boy Fined for Selling Hamburgers for Charity Without Permit — Is It Fair? [VIDEO, POLL]
Once again, the idea that no good deed goes unpunished proves itself to be true.
Michigan Boy Banned from Running Hot Dog Cart — Is It Fair? [POLL]
What a way to shut down enterprising youth. Nathan Duszynski, 13, of Holland, MI, decided he wanted to earn money so he set up a hot dog cart. But he went out of business as fast as he went into it — thanks to the local government.
Smoker Fired for Smelling Like Cigarette Smoke — Is It Fair? [POLL]
Smoking is banned in a lot of places, since people don’t want to breathe in the fumes. But to fire someone from their job for smelling like smoke seems a bit excessive, no? Turns out it’s a loaded argument.
Taiwanese Gamer Dies After Marathon 40-Hour Diablo III Session
Video games can be deadly and we’re not talking about the action that takes place on screen in relation to the character/avatar you play.
McDonald’s Flexes Its Muscle by Banning All Restaurants from Selling French Fries at the London Olympics — With One Exception
McDonald’s has a monopoly on french fries at the 2012 Summer Olympics.
eHarmony’s Bad Date Rescue App Does Exactly What You Think It Does
There are few things more uncomfortable than bad dates, except maybe bad dates arranged via online dating services.
Eat for Free at Chick-fil-A on July 13 — If You Dress Like a Cow
Want a free meal at Chick-fil-A? It’s not so hard.
Man Decides to Pay Off His Mortgage…With 62,000 Pennies
Pennies add up to dollars. Just ask Thomas Daigle of Milford, MA., who paid off his mortgage in pennies.
Willie Nelson Planning to Get Home in the Netherlands Due to New Pot Policy
Willie Nelson ought to change his first name to “Wily.” That’s because the pro-pot singer is smartly planning to either rent or purchase a home in the Netherlands in the next year so he can continue to buy marijuana legally. Local Dutch officials are planning to outlaw “drug tourism” next year, meaning that non-resident pot proponents can’t travel there to stock up. Nelson wants to skirt that prob