Since initial trading began at the Chicago Board of Exchange two weeks ago, investors have flocked to obtain the wristband and despite the trading cap at maximum three bands per investor, the commodity is flying off the shelves.
Category Archives: No. 142
The waiter brought us an appetizer that he called something like “Eddie-Mommy.” I looked over at Don and said, “By the stars, he’s trying to feed us soybeans!”
Hours after making Wednesday’s announcement that guest wristband distribution has been suspended, Mayfest clarified their statement to reflect the fact that they have no wristbands left at all.
The Titonka Fire Dept. was called to George, 64, and Helen, 62, Reynolds’ home late Saturday evening to extinguish a small fire in the couple’s backyard. The fire is thought to have been set by misguided youths.
A recent poll revealed that 86% of the student body labeled this year’s Dillo Day changes “inconvenient and unnecessary,” while only 24% of students could recall the names of the artists set to perform.
When a vicious tiger escaped from a zoo and terrorized local neighborhoods, the obvious solution was to build a tall fence around the area where the tiger was roaming.