KRISTEN'S STORY - WINNER
CHEAPER RING...BETTER MARRIAGE
New research has found that the less spent on an engagement ring, the more likely a marriage will last. The study found that men who spent between $2,000 and $4,000 on an engagement ring had a higher rate of divorce (1.3 times) than those who spent between $500 and $2,000 on a ring.
JASON'S STORY -
AMAZON IS TRYING TO BUST THEIR DELIVERY PEOPLE
Did you know that Amazon uses fake packages to try and catch delivery drivers who are stealing?
Apparently, the company plants the "dummy" packages in the trucks of random drivers. These fake packages have fake labels and are often empty.
During deliveries, the drivers scan the labels of all of the packages they deliver. When they scan a fake label on a dummy package, they'll get an error message. When this happens, drivers usually call their supervisors to address the problem. OR...they keep the package in their truck and return it to the Amazon warehouse at the end of their shift. OR...the drivers could choose to steal the package. The error message means the package isn't detected in Amazon's system. As a result, it could go unnoticed if the package were to go missing.
If you bring back the package...you're innocent. If you don't bring back the package...GUILTY!