Security cameras got footage of two drunk guys fighting on a sidewalk in Philadelphia last Thursday night, and they were really going at it. But then they suddenly stopped fighting and gave each other a huge HUG.
When you're buying a bottle of wine for a friend's party, you don't want to embarrass yourself by going too cheap. But you also don't want to spend more than you need to. So how do you figure out what to buy?
Well, someone came up with a simple way to calculate how much you should spend: Just estimate the household income of the people throwing the party, and then divide it by 10,000.
So if your friend makes $50,000 a year, a $5 bottle is probably fine . . . if they make $80,000, look for an $8 bottle . . . or if it's a couple who make a combined $120,000 a year, it should be more like $12.
That way, the wine you buy should be right around the same price as the wine THEY bought for the party.
Obviously it means you have to speculate on how much money your friends make. But if we're being honest, you probably do that anyway.
Someone in Tucson, Arizona got pretty cool footage of a thunderstorm recently that featured something called a "wet microburst." Basically, it's when there's a huge downdraft during a rainstorm, and it dumps a ton of water all at once.
It's a timelapse video that's sped up, so you basically see a huge ball of rain fall out of a cloud, and then it happens again right after that.
|Ronnie, like Turkey Hill products, is imported from Lancaster County. He's been a Lancaster boy most of his life, a proud graduate of McCaskey High School and Millersville University. Ronnie knew he wanted to be on the radio from the very first day he received a Mr. Microphone for Christmas. Ronnie loves adventure and making people laugh, a skill he inherited from his late maternal grandmother. He's been up and down the dial on radio for nearly 20 years, He's a pop culture phanatic and enjoys spending his free time on the beach, hiking state and county parks, embarking on wine tours and is a fan of Phillies baseball and, by his own admission, professional wrestling since the age of 7.|