Money Clips: A collection of interesting news that may or may not be about money.
GPS dating? Maybe not. Evidently, lonely hearts can now use a GPS app to connect with other singles in their immediate vicinity. Advantage: You could find everlasting love. Disadvantage: You could get stalked by a serial killer. From ABC News.
How to get yourself removed from a jury: Comment publicly on the defendant’s guilt. While the trial is in progress. One juror in a recent case wrote on her Facebook page that it was “gonna be fun to tell the defendant they’re GUILTY.” Super classy. From the Kansas City Star.
The trouble with trying to carjack a Texan… is that sometimes they’re packing heat. An armed attacker who tried to take a car from a 56-year-old woman in a Walmart parking lot ended up fleeing after she whipped a pistol out of the car console. She put at least one bullet hole in his SUV as it sped away. From the Houston Chronicle.
“Yes, okay. I suppose I smuggle snakes.” A Malaysian man admitted he was smuggling wildlife, but only after his bag burst open on a luggage conveyer belt in Kuala Lumpur International Airport…revealing 95 live boa constrictors. From CBS News.
Got a health insurance claim denial? Bundle.com’s “Do One Thing” series tells you how to appeal it.
Leave. Your. 401(k). Alone. Just another reminder that tapping your retirement fund to pay for stuff isn’t the smartest idea you ever had. From USA Today.
Have a great weekend, all. And look out for Earl.
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