A company called Miso Robotics has developed a robot named Flippy that can flip burgers, make French fries and do other stuff in the kitchen — all for a fraction of what it would cost to hire human workers. They’re offering Flippys to fast-food restaurant owners for about $2,000 per month, which comes to about $3 per hour. And, of course, Flippy can work 24/7 and never misses work because of hangovers. (Los Angeles Times)
CNN claims the Melbourne, Australia police are looking for a man, who recently stole a Versace necklace with a fishing pole. The man walked up to the Versace store, cut a small hole in it’s storefront glass window and then slid a fishing rod through before stealing the necklace from a mannequin. It took the thief three hours to hook the necklace with his rod and reel. I assume he’s going to use the Versace necklace as bait to catch Kardashians.
The NY Post says Bentley is selling a $2 million roofless car. The interior wood trim was cut from trees that fell 5,000 years ago. Only a dozen of the roofless cars are bring made. The car also has a 12-cylinder engine, an eight- speed transmission, custom luggage and dark bronze and black titanium accents. I also had a roofless car that was much cheaper…it was an ’85 Chrysler Lebaron coupe, with a malfunctioning convertible top.