It's Friday! Here some interesting stories of the day:
The third annual "Blue Ribbon Bacon Festival" begins tomorrow in Des Moines, Iowa. It includes a so-called "Bacon Invocation," bacon showcase, a seminar on "Why Everything Is So Much Better With Bacon," bacon pizza, candied bacon ice cream and a bacon eating contest. More than a thousand pounds of bacon have been brought in for the event. I wonder if PETA will be there.
They found a 140-year old hot dog encased in ice underneath a restaurant once owned by the man who invented the Coney Island hot dog on New York's Coney Island. The hot dog reportedly still had its receipt attached to it. It'll be on display on Coney Island beginning March 28th.
Crestview, Florida, police were called to a store earlier this month after receiving a report that a woman was shoplifting cosmetics. When authorities arrived, they arrested the woman and began seating her in the back seat of the squad car when a bottle of chocolate milk poured out of her pants! She then admitted that she had a SECOND bottle. I don't want to know where that one was hidden.
And here's the headline of the week: "Fifteen Years With No Global Warming Doesn't Mean There's No Global Warming, Says EPA Chief."