QUOTE (How to Organize a Massive Pillow Fight by Kevin Bracken & Lori Kufner)
Cleaning Up The ideal pillow fight would leave no trace of its occurrence. This is not possible, however it is an ideal for which we should all strive. Bring rubber or vinyl gloves, trash bags and brooms, at the very least, and ask members of your community to do the same. If you expect a particularly large amount of mess, consider using a portable power pack (more info in Appendix E) and an industrial vacuum on wheels.
To economize wherever it is possible, that's the device of an Irish (sorry but it is really) budget flight company...(I don't know if I may call the name here...) First they collected a extra money for using the board toilets during the flight, and now overweight passengers should pay more for their tickets. The airline want to ask their passengers how should appear this tax really. One ability is that men who weigh more than 130kg and women with more than 100kg have to pay more for their ticket. An other ability were that all the people have to pay more whose belly is touching both armrests in the same time. That's no joke - that's the reality!
But I have their some questions yet. What's the matter in the case of a drastically weigh-reduction while the flight? A lot of passengers already abstain from food and drink, because both cost extra. Is in this case a partial refund of the ticket price available? What's the matter with the slim people? Have to share two of these one seat? Have to pay pregnant women to pay for two persons now?
Dear friends by R***-Air! I have some ideas yet to economize any more... - every passenger carry his own life vest (in the case of domestic flights are water-wings or a rubber-ring enough) - abridgement the earning of the crew-members, instead conversion to collect tip from the passengers (instead of applause after the landing you have to put 3€ into the piggybank near the exit) - what about a show "R***-Air search the super-talent" you could burn a CD with the vocals of the passengers ("The best of Linz-London" is (freshly burned) available at deboarding - at a fat extra charge of course...)
Rolled-up With a 43,38m (142.32ft) long self rolled cigar broke the Cuban Jose Castelar his own world record. With this piece he made to come the 4th time into "Guinness Book of Records"
Speeded Several citziens of the Middle-Swedish small town Hede became eye witnesses as a bear and a moose speeded through a residential zone. On a playground the full grown bear obtained the moose and brought about moose's downfall near the sandbox.
Just on Mother's day a lady, who was sitting on WC, was left behind on the castle Oelsnitz/Saxony (Germany), while her wedding party already leaved the castle. The forgotten mother-in-law was rescued by the mayor of Oelsnitz.
My comment: The married couple will have a lot of fun within the next 100 years...
scattered to the four winds A man from Hannover (Germany) placed 23.000€, the purchase price for a new cabrio (convertible car?), during the test drive exposed on the backseat. Of course the wind was blown over the bills into all directions. In spite a great search action r.a. 3.000€ beeing untraceable.
given away Because of a computer failure an ATM in Lorient (France) coughed up 20€ bills instead of 10€ bills. That's gets around very rapidly. Within three hours more than 100 persons withdrawn at this cashpoint all in all 10.000€.
knocked over A Turkish cow pushed a bust of the state founder Atatürk off their pedestal - and therewith arranged for official investigations and a lot of tizzy in an East-Anatolian village.
village for sale The village Linkenholt 120km in the South of London is sold to an unknown person. The price added up to 22.3 million € (30 million $) Linkenholt has 40 inhabitants, 20 picturesque cottages, a cricket field and two smithies.
coke in the air In Madrid and Barcelona, where is sniffed a lot of snow, researchers detected between 29 and 850 picogram Cocain per cubicmetre air. The concentration grows up on weekends.
goatling rescue In Croatia fighted rangers 25 days for the survive of a goatling, which was fallen into a deep cavity. Now it is saved. The owner fed it with grass all time.
cardiac defect The British adventurer Sir Ranulph Fiennes is the first human, who crossed the Northpole, the Southpole and climbed the Mt. Everest. He has been living with three bypasses for six years...
typing error A three years old girl bought a (toy-)dredger at an internet auction at the price of 8800€. While the girl's mother a short time was absent the girl saw toy-biddings on the screen. The purchase was canceled...
transfer bug A bank in New Zealand transfered by mistake 10 million instead of 10.000$ as a credit to a couple. The couple disappeared...
record attempt The Indian Siddarth Rajan (24) want to cross Australia by unicycle. On Sunday he started in Perth (west Coast) on a road that run 1200 km (745 miles) cross the Nullabor-desert. The student will arrive Adelaide in July and from November he want to cycle from Adelaide to Sydney. The distance all up: 4000 kilometer (2485 miles).
heavy crocked In Munich (Germany) was arrested a thief with 0.52 percent BAC. He tried to steal - a bottle of Vodka (!). The mason (52) was caught in the act in a shop at a gas station. The officers first believed that their breathanalyzer was broke down, the more so as the mason could follow the officers without problems to the station house.
esthetic surgery for free A private hospital in Prague (Czech Republic) offers new employees an esthetic surgery for free - if they pledge oneself to work there smallest three years. With this campaign the hospital react to the continuing labot shortage.
thirsty beast Since 5 years a 73 years old Chinese suffered from inexplicable nosebleed. After the bleeding continued 10 days without an interruption he went to a doctor - which removed a 10cm (3.9'') bloodsucker out of his nose...
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