Fun Fact Friday - 05/09/14

I'm going to try to start  "Fun Fact Friday" where every Friday I'll come up with a fun fact about myself, just for fun.  I was just sitting here in the weather center thinking to myself, "I'd love a cup of coffee right now".  Fun fact:  I LOVE coffee.  I drink a lot of it.  (probably more than I should)  When I use to work on the morning shift, people would always ask me how I looked so awake at an ungodly hour.  My answer was always... COFFEE! 

I picked up drinking coffee like most others.  It was in college when I'd be up late studying for a big test the next day.  My mother always told me if I was going to drink coffee, drink it black.  It's easier to order and it has no calories.  So I did.  Now I like drinking black coffee for the taste and smell of it.  Don't you just love a hot cup of coffee?  And is it just me, or is the coffee at the end of dinner the best tasting coffee you can get.  Why is that?  Yum.  :)

 

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'BACHELOR' BREAKUP

NEW YORK (AP) -- He's going to stay a "Bachelor" -- at least for now. Chris Soules and Whitney Bischoff have split. Soules was "The Bachelor" on the latest season of the ABC show. He popped the question to Whitney during the season finale two months ago. The former couple released a statement saying they've "amicably decided to end their relationship" and "part with nothing but respect and admiration for one another." After The Bachelor, Soules was featured on "Dancing With the Stars." Us Weekly first reported the breakup.

SEA LIONS-BEACH BALLS

ASTORIA, Ore. (AP) -- It's a ball -- but not for sea lions. The Port of Astoria, Oregon, is trying a colorful approach to shooing away sea lions: beach balls. The Daily Astorian reports the idea came from a resident who said unlike seals, sea lions are afraid of beach balls. Since the beach balls have been floating in the docks, only a couple of sea lions have been spotted.

CALIFORNIA DROUGHT-LAWN REBATES

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- There's green in ripping out the lawn. Californians are taking advantage of rebates for pulling up their grass to conserve water during the drought. This week, the Metropolitan Water District added $350 million for rebates and other conservation measures in a large part of Southern California. In April, Gov. Jerry Brown ordered residents to slash water use. Since then, demand has surged for rebates to help homeowners trade lawns for drought-tolerant gardens. Homeowners get two bucks per square foot for ditching the grass.

TAXI PROTEST-UBER

LAS VEGAS (AP) -- It could be tough finding a cab in Sin City today. Taxi drivers in Las Vegas won't be cruising the Strip looking for fares. The union representing drivers for Yellow Checker Star taxis says they're protesting this afternoon. The drivers don't like the ride-sharing company Uber. They claim Uber's safety standards aren't sufficient and surge pricing is a bad deal for riders. No comment yet from Uber.

 
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