Good morning, Nashville. Yesterday brought us an entertaining-but-sort-of-scary tale of Santa robbing a local bank at gunpoint (and the pictures… oh, the pictures!) We’re happy to be able to balance it out this morning with another Christmas-y story, only this one involves a mysterious woman handing out Christmas cards containing $100 to random strangers in the Dickson Kmart. Several shoppers were approached by the woman who handed them an envelope, wished them a Merry Christmas, and then disappeared into the store. Hooray for random acts of kindness!
- Merry Christmas! Another random act of kindness happened at a Franklin Waffle House when a group of men left a $400 tip as they slipped out the door.
- Playing with food. Meanwhile, Murfreesboro is dealing with pressing emergencies such as The Case Of The Exploding Ketchup which apparently warranted a 911 call. It seems that some hooligans are somehow rigging restaurant ketchup bottles to turn into a “volcano” of ketchup upon opening and this is considered tampering with food, which is a felony.
- Bits & pieces. It wouldn’t be Christmas without someone threatening to blow up our airport … If you’re staying in town for Christmas, expect a lot of rain and wind … More Swine Flu vaccines are being recalled for not being potent enough … Tanning beds are now subject to a special tax.
Photo by wjb13.
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