A Worcester, Massachusetts bar, called Ralph’s Tavern, accepted Monopoly money yesterday between 4 and 6 PM. The money was accepted for cover charges, hot dogs, non-alcoholic Jello shots and raffle tickets. Ralph’s is the oldest tavern in Worcester and held the promotion to be a part of a local version of the Monopoly game. If they celebrate the game of “Trouble,” I’m there…I love the pop-o-matic.
The Daily Star says a Westport, Washington fisherman, named Jason, recently caught a giant fish while out on the water. He sliced it open and was stunned when he found a full, unopened bottle of Fireball Whiskey. Jason posted a video of himself pretending to drink the whiskey. I wonder if they proofed the fish at the liquor store.
Matt Uber, of Carmel, Indiana, is being hailed as a hero for saving his four-year-old daughter. He and Vera were playing tag when she collapsed. Matt has never had any CPR training, but remembered how to perform CPR from an episode of ”The Office.” He did compressions to the beat of Stayin Alive. Vera is now okay. So, when people ask, “Why are binge watching, “The Office,” just tell them you’re learning how to save lives!