It’s not only our social inhibitions we may lose when we drink modest amounts of booze, our sense of smell may be heightened, too, according to research led by Yaara Endevelt-Shapira of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel. Continue reading
If you had to pick just one dessert to represent each state, what would Pa.’s be? Continue reading
It looks like the company sold about three tickets in coach/biz. You think at the very least the airline would have moved them into First Class as happened here:
Well, at least you don’t have to worry about your plane being diverted because passengers are bickering about reclining the seat, as happened on a United flight to Denver on Sunday.
“They are normally formed over mountains,” Young says. “The air cools as it’s forced over the mountains, condensation takes place and it forms these lens-shaped clouds and they stack up on top of each other.”
They’re nickname? UFO clouds.
Picture courtesy of Imaginechina/REX
According to the Beer Institute, 40.8 gallons of alcohol per person are bought each year. But as the Washington Post’s Wonkblog points out, the New Hampshire Liquor Commission says about half the buyers come from out of state to take advantage of lower taxes.
So who’s drinking what where? Continue reading
On a beautiful stretch of the Ring of Kerry in Ireland, a restaurant/bar is serving up something a wee bit ugly.
When a tourist noticed a sign in the window of Peter’s Place Cafe & Wine Bar in Watervill, he was shocked.
Nonetheless, Campbell decided to pop in … Continue reading
“Mum, Minnie’s stuck!”
Gemma Snodgrass, a mother of five, finished mopping the kitchen floor, threw the water out of the bucket and had just run up the stairs of her home in South Yorkshire, England, when her 4-year-old boy, Matthew shouted to her.
Minnie, 16 months, likes to climb, and she had climbed right into the bucket. Continue reading