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GUY OFFERS SUV’S TITLE FOR DOG’S RETURN
A Missouri man has made an unusual offer to the thief who stole his SUV: Return my dog, and I’ll give you the vehicle’s title. Doug Clark, of Marshfield, was making a brief transaction at a Springfield business last week when another customer walked outside and drove off in his Nissan Pathfinder. Clark had left his family’s beloved dog — a young pug named Dugout — in a crate inside the SUV with the engine and the air conditioning running. Clark’s family is offering a $2,000 reward and spreading the word on Facebook. And Clark says the offer to trade the vehicle’s title for Dugout is serious. The family just wants the pug back home.
TYPO TURNS NOTRE DAME FOOTBALL TEAM INTO THE “FIGTHING IRISH”
A spelling error on football stadium soft drink cups will forever mark this weekend’s Notre Dame game as the day of the “Figthing Irish.” The typo was found on the 50-ounce cups sold at concession stands throughout Notre Dame Stadium, which boasts room for over 80,000 thirsty fans. The $8 cups quickly became fodder for jokes on social media and have just as quickly become a collector’s item. The Catholic University is known for its brawling leprechaun mascot more than for biblical fruits and the cups were, of course, supposed to read “Fighting Irish.” Notre Dame refuses to say how many cups were shipped, but insists the error will be corrected by the next home game. The typo only appeared on the larger size cups and not the more popular 32-ounce cup. A spokesman also declined to say how the error occurred or who’s to blame.
JACK NICHOLSON RETIRING FROM ACTING?
He is one of the most famous and much loved actors of this century with a career spanning over five decades. But it has now been rumored that Jack Nicholson has retired from acting at the age of 76. The star has quietly stepped away from the movie business without any official announcement, both Star magazine and Radar Online are reporting. A Hollywood insider told the website: “Jack has - without fanfare – retired.”