New Dentist Slogan “By the way, I DON’T hunt lions.”

New Dentist Slogan “By the way, I DON’T hunt lions.”

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While Cecil the lion’s killer — Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer — is facing a defaced home, a shuttered business and possible criminal charges in Zimbabwe, Hagerty says she and her husband are enjoying a far friendlier response to their approach to the natural world.

“We like people to smile,” she says. “We’re not here to hurt you.”

So, you may wonder: What does this more-gentle dentist do for fun, if killing majestic animals isn’t his bag?

Hagerty says her husband is a fan of several non-blood sports, including softball and college football.

He loves the Arkansas Razorbacks, and, in what might be seen as a big-game “ironic twist,” Hagerty says, chuckling, “he’s an Auburn Tigers fan.”

Source: Huffington Post

There’s a New Service That Will Dump Someone For You  :(

There’s a New Service That Will Dump Someone For You :(

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The modern non-confrontational way to DUMP someone is with a text message. But if you’re too much of a coward to even do THAT . . . this could be your answer.

A 37-year-old woman named Kristy Mazins in Melbourne, Australia just started a new business called Sorry It’s Over, where she’ll dump someone FOR you.

You tell her why you want to end things, and she’ll contact the person to gently but firmly deliver the news. She charges around $4.50 to text or email them . . . $10 to call them . . . or $55 to sit down with them face-to-face.

Kristy says she started the business when she realized the people today in their 20s are tech savvy . . . but terrible at confrontation.

She also says she’s got a knack for breaking up with people so they aren’t devastated. Quote, “I’m quite good at mediating people’s relationships. It’s a gift.” You can see more at her website, SorryItsOver.com.au.

(Mama Mia)

Sitting in the Middle Seat as a Kid Makes You More Successful as an Adult?

Sitting in the Middle Seat as a Kid Makes You More Successful as an Adult?

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Of the five seats in a car, we all know the middle seat in the back is the worst. You’re squeezed on both sides by other people, and there’s no comfortable place to put your legs. But apparently it builds character?

A new study of more than 1,000 people found that kids who usually get stuck in the middle seat grow up to be MORE SUCCESSFUL than siblings who get to sit by the windows.

90% of middle managers say they usually sat in the middle seat . . . so did 72% of business owners, and 62% of people in upper management.

Why? The theory is that all those rough days in the car give you key business skills . . . like being adaptable, rolling with the punches, and staying level-headed in uncomfortable situations.

(Daily Mail)

Joan Rivers' Estate Goes to…

Joan Rivers' Estate Goes to…

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  • Joan Rivers passed abercrombie outlet away September 4th.
  • Her business was in order.
  • She left her $150 million abercrombie outlet uk dollar estate to her daughter, Melissa, and grandson, Cooper.
  • She also made provisions abercrombie sale for her dogs — two in New York City and two in Los Angeles.

Joan Rivers made her money by telling jokes, but she was serious about her business – and it was in order when she passed away on September 4th. And says that she left her $150 million dollar fortune to the people and animals she loved.

Joan’s daughter, Melissa Rivers, and grandson, Cooper will be well taken care of. Her New York rescue dogs Samantha and Teegan in New York City – who were by her side when she passed away – along with her Border Collie and Jack Russell Terrier in Los Angeles are also provided for. No exact figures were given as to how the cash was divvied up, but suffice to say everyone will be alright.
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At this point, nothing’s been confirmed, but it’s thought that Joan’s longtime assistant, Jocelyn, will care for the dogs. Rivers abercrombie and fitch outlet uk ’ goddaughter Tracie Hotchner wrote on her , “How could you not love a woman who, when push came to shove, called her doggies her best friends and in later years said they were better companions than a husband because ‘they didn’t leave the seat up!’”