Pumpkin Spice Spam. (This a good thing?)

Pumpkin Spice Spam. (This a good thing?)

The Detroit Free Press claims Amazon packages are delivered on Mackinack Island, Michigan with a horse and cart because cars have been banned on the quaint island since the early 1900’s. The island gets up to 250 Amazon packages a day. FedEx and the US Postal Service also deliver packages with horse-drawn carriages. (Wait until they see the “ye old drones” coming soon.)

The Daily Meal claims Spam.com and Walmart.com will begin selling Pumpkin Spice Spam on September 23rd. The limited edition meat is only available online. Spam’s pumpkin spice flavor is made with salt, cinnamon, clove, allspice and Nutmeg. Some people are saying it’s pretty, good, with one person saying, ““It wasn’t as bad as I expected!” (I’m not sure that’s a compliment.)

And finally,

The Mirror claims six overweight volunteers have agreed to participate in a five-year clinical study where they will get zapped whenever they think about food. A chip will be implanted into their brains and will deliver a mild, electric shock whenever it detects specific patterns related to hunger. If they come up with a chip to zap men every time we think about Margo Robbie….we’re screwed.