Saturday, March 18, 2017

Just When You Thought You Heard It All News (3-18-2017)

Yeah, they're cute. But this is still a dumb idea!
If you enjoy the gentle nuzzle from a soft, tiny kitten, we’ve got good news. Demeter Fragrance Library, a New York-based company that develops fragrances based on everyday scents, has developed a new perfume that will bring memories of a dozen kitten cuddles.
Get ready to spritz yourself with Demeter’s “Kitten Fur".
“Now after 15 years of effort, Demeter has captured the olfactory essence of the warmth and comfort of that purrfect spot, just behind kitten’s neck,” the company wrote on its website. 
The scent of “Kitten Fur” is being sold in several Demeter products, including cologne, roll-on perfume oil, body lotion, shower gel and a diffuser oil, in case you wanted an entire room to smell like one giant kitten.
Prices range from $6 for a half-ounce of cologne to $39.95 for four ounces of cologne.
Demeter develops and sells of wide range of weird scents like  “Popcorn", "Earthworms" and “Fuzzy Balls.” (The last one, in case you were curious, smells like “the woosh of a freshly opened can of tennis balls.”)

A substitute teacher desperately in need of a 12 step program may have unintentionally taught her students a lesson about the dangers of drinking on the job.
Police in Lexington County, South Carolina, said Judith Elizabeth Richards-Gartee was allegedly so intoxicated during class on Friday that she reportedly vomited on the classroom floor.
Officers who arrived on the scene said they found a box of wine in the suspect’s purse.
Administrators at Brookland-Cayce High School in Cayce called police around 9:45 a.m. after noticing Richards-Gartee allegedly acting in a manner that suggested she might be under the influence of alcohol.
Besides the alleged vomiting, Richards-Gartee was reportedly unable to stand. School officials removed her from the classroom in a wheelchair and sent her to a school resource officer, according to
A deputy from the Lexington County Sheriff’s Office reported seeing a box of wine in her purse. Students in the class told the officer Richards-Gartee was allegedly consuming the wine during class.
The officer charged Richards-Gartee with dis orderly conduct before releasing her to paramedics who took her to the hospital, according to The Smoking Gun.
The Lexington School District Two released a statement on Monday explaining that Richards-Gartee wasn’t actually employed by them.
“On Friday, March 10, 2017, it was reported to the Administration of Brookland-Cayce School that a substitute teacher was behaving erratically and appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. This substitute is not an employee of the District, but works for Kelly Services. Kelly contracts with the District to provide substitute teachers.
The Administration responded immediately, removing the substitute from the classroom and sending her to the School Resource Officer. The District has been advised that law enforcement has filed criminal charges against the Kelly employee.” 

Staff at a Washington state thrift shop were stunned on Monday to find $24,000 worth of weed inside a donated cooler.
Police said the workers at the Goodwill store in Monroe were sorting through donations when they stumbled across the marijuana haul.
“We went over there and they opened the lid and in there was five large bags of marijuana,” Debbie Willis of the Monroe Police Department told KTLA5. “Normally when we go there, it is for a shoplifter, but not anything like this.”
Police said store employees are combing through surveillance tapes for any clues to the person’s identity.
People 21 and over can legally possess up to 1 ounce of marijuana in the state. Cops said this haul will be destroyed, however, as legal marijuana must come from a licensed producer and seller.

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