By Raequan Harrison |Staff Writer|
Big tippin’ pastor (Oct. 19)
An Alaska pizza man was given a $1,900 tip.
In the city of Anchorage, “pizza man was asked what’s the highest tip you’ve ever gotten?” according to the Voice of Alexandria.
When he replied $100, Pastor Dan Krause asked him, “How does a tip of $1,900 sound?”
According to the Voiceofalexandria.com, Krause said “this was an opportunity to do something small that would really have a big impact on somebody’s life.”
Cat day the Uber way (Oct. 28)
Over 50 cities teamed up with Uber for National Cat Day according to CBS New York.
By using the Uber app, you can have kittens delivered to your work place for 15 minutes of play time for a one time charge of $30 with the money going right back to the Humane Society, according to Fox17online.com.
Uber’s UberKITTENS campaign is intended to raise awareness about cat adoption, and to promote adopting animals from shelters rather than from breeders according to businessinsider.com.
China ends one child policy (Oct.29)
China is ending their one child law.
The state-run Xinhua news agency reported, China will allow two children for every couple, according to CNN.
The policy change is expected to “balance population development” as well as “address the challenge of an aging population,” according to Xinhua News.
The decision was made during the Fifth Plenary Session of the 18th Communist Party of China Central Committee that was held from Monday to Thursday.
Fogle gets foiled again (Oct.29)
Jared Fogle’s interview recordings of how he lured children to have sex with him will be released.
Former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle and an FBI informant, in which he details his attraction to minors and his strategy of sexually manipulating them, will be aired on Dr. Phil Thursday and Friday in a two-part installment, according to CBS News.
“We just start sharing stories, and then, you know, we get a little closer, and a little closer, and a little closer, and before you know it, it just starts to happen,” Fogle told Rochelle Herman-Walrond.
He claimed it was not hard “at all,” said Fogle.