Fox News says a Schwerin, Germany cafe is using pool noodles to ensure social distancing. The cafe’s owner made pool noodle hats so customers could wear them and make sure they were six feet apart from one another.
The makers of Coors Light beer unveiled a new service for the coronavirus era: A “Clone Machine” to allow video conference attendees to leave their cameras without being missed. The Coors Light Clone Machine creates a 30-second video loop of the user that can then be activated during a video chat to give the user “just enough time to sneak in a trip to the fridge for a cold beer.”
The Daily Mail says a man from China recently received the shock of his life after he discovered that one of his newborn twins was not his. The man requested a DNA test after the children were born. It seems, to have this happen, his wife needed to produce two eggs and have “relations” with another man soon after having relations with her husband, which apparently, she did. The odds of this happening are one in ten million. One in ten million is also the odds of them staying together.