Category: TWTW

  • The week that was (02-16-2018)

    The week that was (02-16-2018)

    Children were shot down and murdered in cold blood. Thoughts & Prayers trended on social media. An Arizona woman has been diagnosed with Foreign Accent Syndrome, a rare condition that causes her to switch accents. Parents at a school in Japan asked the school scale back on the budget for their new $800 uniforms. The […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    The Crisco didn’t work so well last time so Philadelphia city workers tried something else to keep the sports fans from climbing the city lamp posts, hydraulic fluid. It didn’t work. Boston University lost their bet with Temple University so BU students will be eating Philly Cheese Steaks under a banner congratulating the Eagles on their […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    Pastor Mack Wolford from the Full Gospel Apostolic House of the Lord Jesus was killed by the timber rattlesnake that was a common prop in his sermons. Scott Tilley, an amateur radio astronomer, discovered a satellite that NASA thought they had lost in 2005. It appears to have been actively transmitting data all along. Thieves […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    To keep jubilant Philadelphia Eagles fans from climbing lamp posts after the NFC Championship game, city workers lathered them down with Crisco grease. Despite their efforts, Eagles fans drove up the Rocky Steps with their dune buggy and animated traffic cones instead. Minnesota Viking fans, bitter at their loss to the Eagles in Philadelphia and having […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    A “drunk gentleman in Russia” stole an armored personnel carrier and rammed it into a liquor shop to steal a bottle of wine. A White House conference call with 60+ reporters devolved into chaos while the operator tried to figure out how to put everyone into listen-only mode. “I think if everyone had half a […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    The world’s longest glass-bottom bridge opened in Hongyagu, China. Following up on the 911 story from Florida last week we have another Florida incident where a drunk man called 911 to report a drunk driver – himself. Auto burglaries are up dramatically in San Francisco. This week, Marissa Castelli, a figure skater headed to next […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    In San Francisco, people are paying $36.99 for something called “raw water” Philip Morris announced that it’s getting out of the cigarette business. A Delta flight out of Detroit was forced to turn around after a bird tried to hitch a ride to Atlanta and refused to leave the cockpit. An Alaska Airlines flight out of Oakland […]

  • The Week that Was

    The Week that Was

    A man wearing a “Trust Me” t-shirt was arrested after stealing a car that was left unlocked on the street idling to warm up. Mary Horomanski in Erie, Pennsylvania received her December electric bill and her, “eyes just about popped out of my head” when she saw that the total due was more than the […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    A man in London spontaneously burst into flames. So much rain fell on Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi during Hurricane Harvey that the earth’s crust flexed. People stealing packages left on front porches is such a big problem that one man has gone into business selling booby trap devices that set off a small explosive […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    A mummy of a “senior official” from 3,500 years ago was uncovered in Egypt. Wonder if they buried him with his paperwork. Scientists at the Arctic University of Norway found a shark swimming in the North Atlantic estimated to be over 512-years old. What happened in 1505? Martin Luther had yet to present his 95 thesis […]