The week that was

A Florida man chose the wrong day to shoplift from Walmart. The St. Cloud store was filled with police as part of the annual Shop with a Cop event for community children. The sheriff’s office called the attempted stealing a “bad idea.”

The story of the cat found in a bag at New York’s JFK Airport’s TSA x-ray checkpoint didn’t make the cut last week but now that they’ve found a dog in a bag at a Wisconsin airport this seems like something we need to keep an eye on.

As the new congressional class moves to Washington DC to look for housing, the incoming 25-year old Florida Democrat, Maxwell Frost, found his credit score (ruined because of the debt he took on to run his campaign) was too low to secure a place to live.

People are flocking to see the lava flow from Mauna Loa in Maui. A local mayor pleaded with tourists to be respectful of the volcano, considered a female deity, and stop throwing marshmallows into the lava.

In an unfortunate sequence of events, Billboard Magazine awarded Kanye West Top Gospel Artist of the Year the same week he was also awarded Antisemite of the Year by the watchdog group StopAntisemitism.

Tens of thousands of fans looking for an illegal stream of the World Cup games were duped into watching a blurry representation of the game played on the FIFA 23 video game.

The Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office in Georgia posted on Facebook a list of their most wanted fugitives. Christopher Spaulding, who did not make the list, commented on the post, asking why he did not make the list. Police corrected their oversight and promptly sent someone to arrest Mr. Spaulding.






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