Author: Paul Gordon

Bear Wanders Into Wyoming House, Poops, And Leaves

from thedailysheeple.com – A bear in Wyoming decided to give a man a bit of a startle on when it wandered into the home he was renting, pooped on the floor twice, and abruptly left. Leaving only it’s excrement behind, the bear made its way back into the woods after his short tour of the Jackson, Wyoming house. Max Breiter said he woke up from his nap to nap to discover a bear inside his home, and the animal “took two poops” before wandering away. Breiter said he was sleeping when the bear first entered his home on Upper Cache Creek Drive in Jackson. But he didn’t wake up to the sound of the bear defecating in his house, he woke to the sound of his 10-pound dog, Rocky, yelping. Breiter said he got up to take the dog outside, but he spotted a large animal in the kitchen that he initially mistook for a large dog. “At first I thought it was a dog,” Breiter told the Jackson Hole News & Guide, “but I started to wake up and realize it was a bear.” The bear left a paw print on Breiter’s wind0w as evidence of its breaking and entering. read more – http://www.thedailysheeple.com/bear-wanders-into-wyoming-house-poops-and-leaves_072017 Bear Wanders Into Wyoming House, Poops, And Leaves “The bear walked into the living room and took two poops on the floor,” Breiter said,...

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Heinz unveils ‘Chicago Dog Sauce’ to get around city’s ‘no-ketchup’ rule

from http://wgntv.com/2017/07/18/heinz-unveils-chicago-dog-sauce-to-get-around-citys-no-ketchup-rule/ Heinz unveiled a “new” sauce on Monday to get around Chicago’s strict “no ketchup on hotdogs” rule. On National Hot Dog Day, Heinz unveiled Chicago Dog Sauce which is made with delicious red ripe tomatoes and a special blend of spices and flavorings. Sounds a lot like ketchup, doesn’t it? That’s because it is ketchup. The Heinz brand believes that you should never settle on taste and quality. And when it comes to hot dogs, they’re best topped with the great taste of Heinz Ketchup. So, Heinz went to the most anti-ketchup-on-your-hot-dog city in the nation, Chicago, to see if taste would win. Chicago Dog Sauce is available for a limited time at the suggested retail price of $5 plus shipping & handling at chicagodogsauce.com. Heinz unveils ‘Chicago Dog Sauce’ to get around city’s ‘no-ketchup’ rule CHICAGO — Heinz unveiled a “new” sauce on Monday to get around Chicago’s strict “no ketchup on hotdogs” rule. On National Hot Dog Day, Heinz unveiled Chicago Dog Sauce which is made with delicious red ripe tomatoes and a special blend of spices and flavorings. Sounds a lot like ketchup, doesn’t it?… Read original article The post Heinz unveils ‘Chicago Dog Sauce’ to get around city’s ‘no-ketchup’ rule appeared first on iState. From...

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‘Cash Me Outside’ Girl Danielle Bregoli’s Dad Wants to Stop Paying Child Support

from http://www.tmz.com/2017/07/19/cash-me-outside-girl-danielle-bregoli-dad-child-support-father/ Danielle Bregoli’s dad says his estranged daughter is such a big shot making loads of dough he shouldn’t have to pay child support anymore. Ira Peskowitz filed docs in Palm Beach County, Florida saying the 14-year-old’s a celebrity who can provide for herself, so he shouldn’t have to fork $1,100 a month to provide for her. In docs, obtained by TMZ … Ira slams Danielle’s mom for allegedly exploiting their kid. He says Barbara Bregoli “is exploiting the minor child as a ‘celebrity’ for the child’s bad behavior.” He goes on to say it “is fueling a...

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‘Walking Dead’ Stuntman Death: New Investigation Details Emerge

from http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/walking-dead-stuntman-death-new-investigation-details-emerge-1022384 How did a seemingly simple 22-foot fall lead to the death of stuntman John Bernecker? Authorities face hurdles and SAG-AFTRA demands answers: “It’s never a black and white thing.” In the aftermath of the tragic death of 33-year-old stuntman John Bernecker — who died July 12 after plunging headfirst from a balcony on the Georgia set of The Walking Dead — questions abound about how a seemingly simple 22-foot fall (“the ABC of stunts,” in the words of one veteran stunt coordinator) could go so horribly wrong. The case has now been assigned to Capt. John Kennedy, an officer within the Coweta (Georgia) County Sheriff’s Office, which, after initially being open about its investigation, has since refused to give materials to the media. A staff member there told THR on July 17 that the office had been instructed to “freeze” all provision of additional materials — no photographs, videos or new reports — per a state law protecting pending investigations. The Coweta probe will proceed in tandem with two others, led by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration and SAG-AFTRA, though the latter does not hire independent investigators. ‘Walking Dead’ Stuntman Death: New Investigation Details Emerge How did a seemingly simple 22-foot fall lead to the death of stuntman John Bernecker? Authorities face hurdles and SAG-AFTRA demands answers: “It’s never a black and white thing.” Read...

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‘Despacito’ Surpasses Justin Bieber’s ‘Sorry’ As Most Streamed Song Of All Time

from http://www.accesshollywood.com/articles/despacito-surpasses-justin-biebers-sorry-as-most-streamed-song-of-all-time-/ “Despacito” has become the most streamed track of all time with more than 4.6 billion plays across streaming platforms. Universal Music Latin Entertainment announced Tuesday the song by Puerto Rican artists Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee and the accompanying remix featuring pop star Justin Bieber had surpassed the previous record holder — Bieber’s 2015 hit song “Sorry,” which has 4.38 billion plays. “Despacito,” which was released in January, has been at the top of Billboard Hot 100 for weeks. Fonsi said in a statement that streaming has helped his music reach every corner of the planet. Read more at <a href="http://www.accesshollywood.com/articles/despacito-surpasses-justin-biebers-sorry-as-most-streamed-song-of-all-time-/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=feedburner&utm_campaign=news #uxsMsM0XMHyE1Q8R.99″ target=”_blank”>http://www.accesshollywood.com/articles/despacito-surpasses-justin-biebers-sorry-as-most-streamed-song-of-all-time-/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=feedburner&utm_campaign=news #uxsMsM0XMHyE1Q8R.99 ‘Despacito’ Surpasses Justin Bieber’s ‘Sorry’ As Most Streamed Song Of All Time “Despacito” has become the most streamed track of all time with more than 4.6 billion plays across streaming platforms. Read original article The post ‘Despacito’ Surpasses Justin Bieber’s ‘Sorry’ As Most Streamed Song Of All Time appeared first on iState. From...

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