Tattoo ... eww!
And after the FDA fixes the ink problem, we're volunteering to go around with a red pen and correct all the tattoos with spelling and grammatical errors.
More Milky Way in your milk? A Kentucky cattle farmer, stung by the high cost of cattle feed caused by the recent drought, is using a kid-tested method for fattening his 1,400 cows; he's mixing candy, pulled from store shelves as past its pull-date, into the feed. The candy is fattening up his cattle nicely, the farmer said.
And restaurants are already preparing to take advantage of a sweet marketing tool, with menus advertising "16 ounces of Snickers-fed prime rib."
Don't know much about history: On this day in 2006, the International Astronomical Union declared that Pluto, discovered in 1930, was no longer considered a planet.
Sadly, six years later, Pluto has struggled to accept the demotion, wearing sweats all day and leaving jealous posts on the astronomical union's website about Mercury.
- Today in History 8/24/12
- Tainted ink blamed for tattoo patrons’ skin infections 8/23/12
- Off the Wire: Farmer feeds candy to cows to cope with high corn prices 8/23/12
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