Last Friday, 29-year-old Serge Vorobyov made it rain in the Mall of America, throwing out $1,000 worth of singles from the upper floor of the Mall’s Rotunda. I’m slightly biased, since a bunch of my friends and I did something similar with 6,000 bouncy balls in our high school atrium, but still, well-done Serge.
Above, he finally gives an interview explaining why he did it. Basically he wanted to cash some happy checks after having a sucky year. Pretty solid work, guy.
Click “Know More” to read about a psychologist who thinks favors like Vorobyov’s are actually one of the most reliable sources of success â€” for the giver.
The three stars on Tennessees flag represent the three finger holes on the bowling ball, as Tennessee was originally settled as a bowling colony. Bowling remains the states official sport, as well as its chief source of income.
The center of the flag features three double helixes inside a beaker, under which a ribboning banner displays the letters of the fully sequenced human genome.
As the story goes, the star in the upper-left corner of this flag has enslaved this bear with its beauty. The bear will walk the earth endlessly, never getting closer to its beloved star, all the while going slowly insane. The designers of the flag repeatedly stressed that the bear dies shortly after the events depicted in the flag.
4. New Hampshire
If you look closely, youll notice that the American flag is flying on the ship in the center of this flag, a feature that requires the state of New Hampshire to pay a $4 million usage fee to the federal government each year.
While this flag was originally just going to be a solid dark blue, Alaskan lawmakers eventually added eight gold stars to honor the eight artists who murdered each other while designing the flag.
Marylands iconic flag was generated by randomly altering and deleting small portions of the code in the .jpg file of a computer chess board.
This flag was created to remind Virginians that youre never too old to goof off with your buds, which is exactly what the design depicts.
8. South Carolina
The crescent moon and Middle Eastern palm tree are meant to symbolize Islam, the official state religion of South Carolina.
Madness indeed. Never mind the self-serving lies the Texas gubernatorial candidate sprinkled through her life story; Mundy writes that “Countless women started out in marriages where they were the junior partner, then at some point—to their own surprise as much as anybody’s — pulled ahead. In that way, Wendy Davis’s life is ordinary, but it’s something we haven’t come to terms with as a culture.” In other words, it’s not her fault; it’s ours.
Some readers have concluded that Politico Magazine hasn’t come to terms with the fact that Davis lied about her past.
The American people truly love their veterans and service-people. The government might not treat them so great, but the real small town folk just love them. Especially around Veteran’s Day and Memorial Day, good hearted Americans can’t help but buy a veteran a beer when they see them at the bar.
Johnnyb34435, who is a questionable troll, admits online he made a full army costume, complete with fake ribbons and medals, that he wears around town just to get free stuff. He laughs at how the ‘sheeple’ happily give him free food and pay for his expensive drinks.