If you're cool with something being thrown at you every morning, it might be worth a shot.
Dennis Ruhnke sent an N95 facemask to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo with a handwritten letter that Cuomo read aloud during a conference. Kansas State University awarded Ruhnke with his college diploma, which he was 2 credits away from receiving.
Jose Nunez Romaniz found a bag with $135,000 in it sitting next to an ATM and returned it to the rightful business without taking so much as a penny.
Little Richard topped the charts in the US and UK, and helped pave the way for rock and roll history. His songs ended up being covered by multiple British bands, like the Beatles and Led Zeppelin.
A man in Windsor is facing charges after going into a Dunkin' Donuts without any pants on, which you would think is one of the more important things to remember before going out.
It's funny because trying to help parents with technology is really this frustrating.
Kevin Spacey gave a roughly 10-minute speech during a business conference, saying that he knew what it was like being told that you can't go back to work and "having your world stop."
Walter the French Bulldog is mad because he has to wait in line, and someone edited the RPG Battle Theme over his complaints.
Brian Johnson recorded a jingle for Hoover Vacuums before he replaced Bon Scott as AC/DC's lead singer.
Jeff Noorda in Saratoga Springs still has his Christmas lights up, but they're lit up blue for COVID-19 first responders. His neighbors are saying that he could have to pay a $50 fine if he doesn't take them down.