Noland’s husband of 46 years, Jim Noland, told local news station WWBT that one of the couple’s sons wrote the opening line, and it was a tribute to his wife sense of humor.
He added that his wife worked as a wound care nurse and even after retiring, never stopped caring for others. She died after battling with lung cancer, he told the station.
You almost can't blame her. Your choices are a candidate who is cold, cranky, aloof, and detached or a candidate who is crazy, psycho, and detached!
Say hello to Brian Zembic and his $100,000-boobs. Zembic is Canadian a magician and professional high-stakes gambler specializing in blackjack and backgammon. He’s also a sick man who, apparently, is unable to walk away from a bet.
This particular bet was made back in 1997 during a vacation in Europe. “I was with two friends and his girlfriend at the time was flaunting her boobs,” Zembia explains. “And I said to my friend, ‘If I had boobs like hers I could get just as much attention as she would.’”
Instead of accepting it as an observation, Zembic’s friend asked how much money he’d have to me offered in order to prove it. Once they agreed on the $100,000 price, Zembic went back to the States and visited a plastic surgeon, who was also a gambler, in New York. After winning a few games of backgammon, Zembic got himself a free pair of implants—38C to be precise.
According to Zembic, “The first time I showed my friend, he laughed for 10 minutes and said, ‘That is the best $100,000 I’ve ever lost.’”
Almost 20 years later, Zembic still has them — mostly because, as a part of the original terms of the wager, he gets an additional $10,000 for every year he keeps them. Still, he admits that they’ve grown on him.
“It’s a normal part of my life,” he said in an interview...........
Rachel Einspahr, 28, is suspected of robbery and two counts of child abuse in connection with last Friday’s incident in the town of Severance, about 55 miles north of Denver, the Weld County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.
Police said Einspahr went to the Colorado East Bank & Trust drive-through and sent a note to the teller through the vacuum tube saying the man would harm her children unless she gave him money.
“The bank teller, under the assumption that lives were in danger, gave her $500,” the police statement said.
Einspahr was arrested in minutes in a nearby neighborhood after police got a vehicle description and blocked off the area, sheriff’s spokesman Cpl. Matthew Turner said in a phone interview Monday.
Investigators determined that no man was involved and that Einspahr was not the children’s mother but their baby-sitter, Turner said. The two children were not harmed, he said.
Einspahr was held on a $40,000 cash-only bond and is set to be formally charged on Wednesday, jail records showed.
Einspahr could not be immediately reached for comment.