Citing evidence such as birthday cards that contained no money and a lack of care packages when they were away at college, Steven Miner, 23, and Kathryn Miner, 20, tried to sue the woman who brought them into the world for being “negligent” and causing them “emotional distress.”
Checking your Facebook status could lead to your company’s downfall.
Okay, that may be a bit of an exaggeration, but tech blogger Michael Fitzgerald was able to calculate that workers wasting time on the social networking site costs US companies $280 billion in annual productivity losses.
The index bases happiness on a combination of six factors: emotional health, physical health, healthy lifestyle, job satisfaction, access to health care and safe places to exercise, and, finally, life evaluation — which includes a self-evaluation about your present life situation and your anticipated life situation in five years.
About 177,000 Americans 18 and older took the survey, which was administered between January and June of this year. North Dakota and Alaska took second and third, respectively, while West Virginia rated the unhappiest state. Check out where your state landed below.
In a final act of loyalty, Hawkeye, the dog of slain Navy SEAL U.S. Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Jon T. Tumilson walked up to his fallen master’s casket during the funeral in Rockford, Iowa, and then laid mournfully down beside the body for the rest of the proceedings.
Despite being chosen as a bridesmaid, Rene wasn’t able to make the trip to Colorado for her friend Jamie’s wedding. Thanks to technology, she was still able to take part in the big day in more than just spirit — by virtually attending the nuptials via iPad.
In a study that anyone who works in an office will heartily embrace, researchers found that spending small parts of the day wasting time on the Internet makes workers more productive because it acts to mentally refresh them.
You can get lobster from a vending machine in Japan, so why not a baguette from one in France? French baker Jean-Louis Hecht has developed a machine which dispenses warm, fresh bread any time of the day. The idea for the innovation came when customers would knock on the door of his apartment — which was above his bakery — off hours and ask if he had any left over baguettes he could sell them.
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