There's not much I can add that hasn't already been said. The death of Robin Williams has shocked multiple generations. That it's a suspected suicide only adds to our collective sadness. That someone so funny could be in so much pain is poignant.
Whether it's because of a spouse who's been acting indifferent lately, a friend who's being mysterious, or a boss who says he can't give you a raise, we're always drawn to those expert tips in how to read someone to tell if they're lying
If you're already a germaphobe you probably don't like going out to eat. Then there's the rest of us who, if we spend too much time thinking about what can happen back in the kitchen, can start to get the heebie-jeebies.
Kyle Gurkovich kept his eye on the prize and he finally has it. The Piscataway school teacher who set the new world record for most pull-ups in 24 hours, 4,182, was live on Fox & Friends this morning when the crew surprised him with the official presentation.
Lorie Ann Hill is (was?) an Oklahoma school teacher. She had just been hired to teach special ed at Wagoner High School and she showed up for her first day on the job Monday not wearing any pants. She was also stinking drunk.
One day this week we talked about falling asleep while driving. After the terrible Tracy Morgan crash and other recent incidents this put New Jersey's drowsy driving law back in the news. People called in with stories of close calls and also with tips and tricks on how to keep awake.
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