You Choose The News for Monday, March 26th 2018

KRISTEN'S STORY - WINNER

GOING ON A DATE?  READ THIS!!!

Tipping point? A new survey on food and dating found that 61 percent of singles were turned off if a date left a small tip – less than 20 percent. And 78 percent said they were turned off if a date over-tipped in a showy manner. 

And don't be rude to the waitstaff … A whopping 97 percent of respondents in the survey said that being rude to the waitstaff was a major turn-off. It was an even bigger turn-off than flirting with the server (87 percent) and ordering for your date (67 percent).          

So what's a turn-on when it comes to dating and dining? 70 percent of respondents said they liked it when a date was knowledgeable about food and wine pairings. And 56 percent said it was a turn-on if a date offered a bite of his or her food. 

(Business Wire)


JASON'S STORY

PILOT BLAMES CRASH ON PROSTHETIC LEG

An unlicensed pilot who blamed his plane crash on his prosthetic leg has been sentenced to two weeks in jail.

Robert Gray Jr. pleaded guilty in to flying without a license. Authorities had repeatedly warned him not to fly.

Investigators spoke to him again in 2017 about another incident. The following month, Gray crashed as he tried to land a Piper aircraft. He was not hurt.

Gray told an FAA inspector he had no feeling on his right side and suggested his prosthetic leg became stuck in the brake, causing it to spin out.

He was sentenced Friday.

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