Monday Morning Comebacks – July 18, 2016

Monday Morning Comebacks – July 18, 2016

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This is the news you missed this weekend. And if you didn’t, well good for you. Get ready for August 1st, then I will drop my podcast, You Already Know with James Creviston.

Hope you all enjoy!

Aspiring nun crowdfunds to pay off $12K student loan debt. A former Broadway costume designer turned to crowdfunding in order to join the convent. Her goal of 12,000 was easily passed when she raised 22,000. When asked what she would do with the rest, she stated, finally see Hamilton.

 

Some holders of electronic benefits transfer cards find that dialing the phone number on the back of the cards gets them a sex line, not their balances. When they finally reached the number for the balance they find it was all used on a sex line.

 

A Mexican taxi driver has jumped on the Pokemon GO craze sweeping the world by driving smartphone-armed customers around in search of the augmented reality game’s target creatures. When asked what his favorite Pokemon was he said Tus Dinero.

 

Authorities have arrested a couple accused of riding naked on a stolen lawn mower in Missouri. When arrested the man stated he took it because he lost his clothes skinny dipping and a the vibrations of the mower felt good.

 

Two men have pulled an 8-foot-long boa constrictor from beneath a vehicle parked outside of a northeastern Pennsylvania medical building. It is considered to be the rarest of Pokemon, ones that exist in real life.

 

A road sign directing motorists to the Syracuse airport has the city’s name misspelled as S-R-Y-A-C-U-S-E. The sign maker in the New York Department of Transportation was embarrassed as he was a graduate of the University of Syracuse.

 

A New Jersey woman has been arrested for allegedly skipping tolls, something authorities say she’s done more than 500 times. When in court she told the judge that she did not pay the tolls because she needed the money for the gym, tanning, and laundry.

 

Two men in their early 20s fell an estimated 50 to 90 feet down a cliff in Encinitas, California, on Wednesday afternoon while playing “Pokémon Go”, unfortunately for them they played the real life version of Nintendo’s Lemmings.

James D Creviston

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