A fish that we’re still not sure is real, the Raiders twitter beefing with One Direction, a dead millionaire controlling his daughter’s lives from beyond the grave. We’ve got a big haul today and we promise that it’s not photoshopped. Reel yourself on in here.
Would you look at that? I mean, would you just look at it? That thing should’ve been the star of Sharknado 3. Or better yet, star in its own SyFy epic. It looks about as real as Donald Trump’s hair. But reports are that this monstrosity is very real. The fish, a blue marlin, weighed in at 1,368 pounds. What’s more astonishing, is that it’s only the eighth largest blue marlin ever caught off of Hawaii.
In this picture in the boat, the man who’s corralled this giant fish looks happy. Does he realize that’s just one of those countless creatures beneath him? The picture seems fishy to me.
When it comes to music, it’s hard to find a group with better forward progress over the past few years than One Direction. The latest boy band to strike it big is selling out venues and stealing young ladies’ hearts. When it comes to football, one could easily make the argument for the Raiders being the most inept franchise over the past few decades. Somehow, the two found themselves in the news together recently after Harry Styles (is that a pun?) joked that no one supports the Raiders while at Arrowhead Stadium. The Raiders responded with this picture of Liam Payne, Styles’ bandmate.
When someone in the family passes away, it’s a sad time for sure. But that time isn’t made better by stipulations to earn an inheritance. Maurice Laboz, who died earlier this year apparently thought his daughters needed some correcting even after he was gone. Marlena and Victoria are set to inherit 10 million dollars each when they turn 35. But they’re also set to earn early bonuses by meeting certain criteria outlined in the will.
By attending a good college, marrying well, gaining good employment, and not having children out of wedlock, the sisters can make some of that money early. There are trustees in place to oversee this process. But somehow it still feels that daddy is overseeing everything just fine. The whole thing seems pretty odd to me. What do you think? Let us know below.
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