What!? You Can Now Serve Divorce Papers Over Facebook

What!? You Can Now Serve Divorce Papers Over Facebook

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26-year-old Ellanora Baidoo of Brooklyn, New York has been trying to get a divorce from her husband for YEARS. His name is Victor Blood-Dzraku. They haven’t lived together since 2011 . . . and she has no idea where he is.

And that’s been a big problem, since her lawyers can’t serve him with divorce papers if they can’t find him. Even their private investigators couldn’t track him down.

But Victor IS active on Facebook. So Ellanora went to court and asked if she could be the first person EVER to serve divorce papers over Facebook.

A judge just granted them permission last week, and they sent him the papers in a Facebook message. So far, he hasn’t responded.

The judge told them to try two more times . . . and if he STILL doesn’t acknowledge it, the divorce will be official anyway.

So we’re like two legal cases away from being able to get divorced just by switching your relationship status on Facebook.

(New York Daily News)

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Check out 6 tips for a better Memorial Day barbecue

Check out 6 tips for a better Memorial Day barbecue

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  1. Serve less meat, but buy the expensive stuff . . . grass-fed beef, dry-aged steaks, and wild seafood. Anybody can grill a hundred burgers for 20 people. You can make people remember your party if your meat TASTES GOOD.
  2. Focus on the vegetables. Instead of chips and salsa, serve charred vegetables with dipping sauces. Or grill vegetables and puree them into fresh sauces for your meat.
  3. Make your own rub. For a dry rub, just throw some paprika and chili powder together with brown sugar, oregano, salt, and garlic.
  4. Use high, medium, and then low heat. Put a high-heat flame on the left side of the grill to get your sear marks. Then cook the meat in the middle on medium heat, and then move it to low heat to keep warm.
  5. Keep track of cooking temperatures. Food poisoning will wreck it for everybody. Cook everything at 140 degrees or above, and smoked food should be cooked between 180 and 220.
  6. Serve fruit for dessert. Nobody saves room for brownies and ice cream. Just grill up some slices of pineapple, peaches, or mango. You can also serve them with angel food cake, toasted right on the grill. (Lohud.com)