Breakfast beer!

Breakfast beer!

TSA officials at the Newark, New Jersey airport recently busted a man trying to bring six smoke grenades onto an airplane. The man was heading to the Dominican Republic when TSA screeners stopped him after seeing the grenades in his carry-on bag. The man is not facing any charges because the grenades are not illegal, but are prohibited on planes. (Frankly, I think anything with the name “grenade” should be illegal.)

This might be the best job you’ve ever had.  Hotels.com is hiring a “Poolhop,” to research THE MOST most epic hotel pools. “The job is simple: travel to six incredible hotel properties, sip on fruity drinks, snap some photos, report back to reward-loving Hotels.com fans. So, Lounge by the pool. Document the experience. Get paid.” Yes…10 grand, that’ll take you from New York to Hawaii! (Travel & Leisure)

And finally,

A couple of breweries in England have figured out how to make beer out of breakfast cereal. The brewers at Seven Brothers learned that big food producers like Kellogg’s let a lot of food go to waste. For example, some flakes are too big. Others are overcooked. And still others have colors that don’t match. An arrangement was made with Kellogg’s to take that leftover cereal and turn it into beer. So now, there are beers like Throw Away IPA, made from rejected corn flakes; Cast Off Pale Ale, made from recycled Rice Krispies; and Sling It Out Stout, made from surplus Coco Krispies. (Popular Mechanics)