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Choose the news 5/23/18

A Guy Was Just Shot by His Own Oven

This is some “rise of the machines” stuff right here.

A 44-year-old guy named Robin Garlock from Warren, Ohio was shot on Sunday night.  And the shooter was . . . his MAYTAG OVEN.

There were some kids coming to the house, so Robin put his loaded gun in the oven to hide it from them.  Seems like a smart plan on several levels.

Anyway, his girlfriend didn’t know he’d put the gun in there, so she turned on the oven to do some baking.  And when the gun got hot enough, the bullets inside EXPLODED.

He opened the oven to try to get it out, and when he did, he got hit by a bullet in each of his shoulders.

He was taken to the hospital for treatment, and the cops questioned him because it SOUNDED suspicious . . . but they say the evidence really does back up his story.

 

The Hot New Food Trend is “Bowl Food” . . . Which Is Eating Food in a Bowl

 

Hey look at this, it’s a food trend that I’m a part of!  Maybe I even started it.  I mean, I’ve been participating since the day I started eating.

Apparently, the hot new food trend is “bowl food.”  And that’s not just a clever name.  It’s literally eating food out of a bowl.

Why is that a trend?  I’m not sure.  Trendy restaurants have been serving different foods in small bowls with a small fork, and it became so popular that “bowl food” was featured at the royal wedding.

If you’re wondering what goes in the bowl, it seems like a mix of . . . get ready for this . . . vegetables and meat.

Here’s an example, not that it’s hard to grasp.  There’s a restaurant in Brooklyn that has a “create your own bowl” for $10, where you can choose to add things like roasted asparagus, green salad, egg, bacon, avocado, hummus, chicken, and smoked salmon.

But don’t even THINK about taking the stuff out of your bowl and putting it on a plate.  Then it’s Plate Food, which is much less trendy.

 

Man Takes Horse Drawn Cart Through Taco Bell Drive-Thru

Fox News claims a Litchfield, Illinois man recently took his horse-drawn cart through a Taco Bell drive-thru. The man asked for a can of chew. Taco Bell doesn’t sell tobacco, but did offer the man several food alternatives. It is not known if he ordered for his horse.



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