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Just in time for Memorial Day Weekend …
More than 210,000 pounds of Nathan's and Curtis hot dogs are being recalled. Apparently, metal shards were found in some of the packages. Yikes. (Fortune)
Costume Jewelry Ends Up Being Worth BIG Bucks
One woman in London has expensive taste and didn't know it. She spent $15 on a ring about 30-years-ago, figuring it was a piece of costume jewelry. Turns out, what she actually bought was a 26.27 carat white diamond.
Now the gem is going up for auction at Sotheby's next month and is expected to bring in somewhere near $454-thousand. The owner, who asked not to be identified, said she wore the ring every day with no idea how much it was worth.
Source: Associated Press
Joel and Victoria Osteen criticized for throwing ‘Hook ‘Em’ hand sign
Over the weekend Joel and Victoria Osteen's son Johnathon graduated from the University of Texas Austin. To celebrate both parents took a picture with Johnathon with the hook em horns hand sign. They then tweeted out the pictures. People are now upset over this pictures because of the hook em horns. Although the hand sign means longhorns, the school's mascot, it is also been said to be the sign of the devil. There are plenty of people upset about this, but it seems the vast majority are sticking up for the couple. (mypalmbeach)
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