The Rock has a full schedule that will prevent him from running for the Presidency
We won't be witnessing the swearing in of President Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in 2020. He's apparently got other things on his place.
“Unfortunately I don’t see it happening in 2020,” Johnson says. “It’s a position that requires years of hard work and experience to learn the skills...and due to my schedule, it’s not possible in 2020."
He doesn't want to rule out a future run, though. "I have so much respect for the position," he added. "It’s something that I seriously considered. What I need is time to go out and learn.”
A “Run The Rock 2020” campaign committee was formed in 2017, but Johnson wasn’t involved in its creation.
Source: Page Six
Sometimes lottery lightning can strike twice
A Montana woman won $2,000 from a scratch-off ticket at a convenient store, but that’s not where the story ends. Taking a trip to the gas station that evening she bought three power play tickets and one of them turned out to be a $75,000 winner!
"It was a super genuine and blissful moment," winner Cheyenne Longsays of her win.
Cheyenne says she plans to use her winnings to pay off bills and chase her goals of becoming a personal trainer and pilot.
Source: Montana Lottery
Pal-Pal went a bit too far!!
Lindsay Durdle lost her battle with breast cancer in May and her husband Howard took care of her personal matters, including letting Paypal know that that she passed by sending a copy of her death certificate.
He then received an automated letter from the payment service, addressed to Lindsay, saying she is default for non-payment and that “the breach is not capable of remedy.” Imagine Howard’s surprise, since the company knows she’s dead. Howard said that letter was like salt on a wound.
And they didn't stop...until Howard contacted the BBC to share is story...and now (magically) Paypal has excused her bill, apologized and is going to make sure it doesn’t happen again.