If it’s news to me, it must be news to you!
A factory in Iran is one of the largest producers of American and Israeli flags churning out 2,000 a month specifically for burning during street protests. Of course, the organisation responsible for burning most flags are the American Boy Scouts.
It seems we may have more Neanderthal DNA than previously thought. This probably explains social media.
Mystery of the deep
An extremely rare marine creature has been spotted off the coast of Western Australia. Usually found three kilometres below the surface, siphonophores, have only been spotted a handful of times across the world.
Speaking of mysteries
The long-lost wreck of the SS Cotopaxi ― a steamship referenced in movies, memes and myth ― has been discovered off the coast of St. Augustine, Florida almost a century after vanishing near the Bermuda Triangle.
Officers from the Waukesha County Sheriff’s Department gave a verbal warning to the driver of the Wienermobile left for not following the Move Over Law.
A dog’s life
If you have a pampered pooch then why not hire a party planner for him/her and their canine chums.
It is de rigueur to find a clairvoyant creature to predict the outcome of major sporting events and for tonight’s Superbowl we have Fiona the vomiting hippopotamus.
— WLWT (@WLWT) January 30, 2020
The unnamed woman who died competing in a cake-eating contest to mark Australia Day; actor Neville Buswell who played Ray Langton in Coronation Street; Bob Shane lead singer with the Kingston Trio of Tom Dooley fame; dance photographer Anthony Crickmay; actor Michael J Pollard who played CW Moss in Bonnie and Clyde; basketball superstar Kobe Bryant and; broadcasting legend Nicholas Parsons. Below is the 45th anniversary televised edition of his Just a Minute radio show.