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Vol. 6:43 Oct. 27, 2014

Everybody’s Talking!

Cuddling kangaroo: If someone is going to get lost in the
bush, it helps if a kangaroo comes along to share its body heat
on a cold night. That’s what happened to a little boy in the
Deep Creek Conservation Park in South Australia. Simon
Kruger went exploring in the nearby bush and got separated
from his family's picnic. A rescue party was called in and
Simon was found safe and sound the next day. He explained
that he slept under a tree and that kangaroos came to visit him.
One ate the flowers he had picked for his mother, then fell
asleep beside him, keeping him warm during the chilly night.
Doggy heaven: Talk about pampered pets! There is a hotel
in Vienna, Austria, that caters to the dogs of its guests. In the
19th century, the Hotel Sacher was once owned by Anna
Sacher, who loved her French bulldogs. In keeping with the petloving history of the hotel, the current management decided to
provide special rooms with all the things that dogs need, such as
baskets, blankets and feeding bowls. A dog’s owner can obtain
dog food from the concierge or, if desired, can order a steak
from the hotel’s kitchen. Rules do apply, however. Furry guests
are not allowed in the spa or in the restaurants and they must
be kept on leashes at all times.
Bus love: Getting married on a bus is not something most
couples would think to do, but for Nina Schmidt and Jarred
Greff of Vancouver, British Columbia (CAN), it only made
sense. The pair first met on the No. 3 TransLink bus during a
commute one day. They noticed each other, and when a seat
became available beside Nina, Jarred sat down beside her. They
went bowling on their first date and not long after realized they
were in love. It was arranged for wedding guests to take seats
on that very bus to witness the nuptials. Fittingly, the wedding
took place during the city’s “I Love Transit Week,” and it was
sponsored by the transit company.
Caring thieves: Some burglars in San Bernardino County in
California (US) had a change of heart after committing a crime.
In the middle of the night, they broke into a non-profit agency
that helps victims of abuse. They cut alarm wires so they would
not be detected, then stole the agency’s computers. Executive
Director Candy Stallings was upset to discover the theft, but
what happened the next day truly amazed her. The thieves
brought back the computers in a shopping cart and left them at
the front door, along with a heartfelt note of apology stating
that they hoped the agency could continue to make a difference
in people’s lives.

Quoteable Quotes

"Along with success comes a reputation for wisdom."
- Euripides
"Variety's the very spice of life that gives it all its flavor."
- William Cowper

What’s Happening

Thu, Oct 30: Free Movie fea. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
6:30pm at the Library, 4101 Las Posas Rd. Info: 805-388-5222
Fri, Oct 31: Halloween “Fright Fest” Carnival fea. Trick-or-Treat
Village, Carnival Games, Pooch Parade, Costume Contest & more.
FREE! 5-8pm at the Community Center, 1605 E. Burnley St.
Bonus: Hotel Transylvania screens @ 8pm. Info: 805-482-1996
Now thru Oct 31: Underwood Family Farms’ Harvest Festival
Acres and acres of pumpkins, country games, activities, pig races and
great photo opps! At 3370 Sunset Valley Rd. Info: 805-529-3690
Sat, Nov 1: Farmers Market fea. local produce, flowers, nuts
and more! 8am-noon at 2220 Ventura Blvd. Info: 805-389-6870

Trivia

September
Karin P.
got Coffee News at
Carl’s Jr.
and won the
Prize!

1. In the TV series, "The Cosby Show," what was the name of
Cliff Huxtable's spouse?
2. Who succeeded Nasser as Egypt's president in 2007?
3. What is the correct term for a collector of butterflies and
moths?
4. What does summa cum laude mean?
5. Who was named Time magazine's Person of the Year for
2013?
(Flip bottom of page for answers)

©

2014 Coffee News. Published with Permission.

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Your Weekly Horoscope

ARIES
(March 21 - April 20)
You could receive a
positive response for your
efforts. As well, your
contacts may be able to
reach a wider audience,
and your creative work is
sure to touch the hearts of others. Lucky
Numbers: 3, 15, 9, 18, 30, 36.
TAURUS
(April 21 - May 21)
You may be feeling more
confident and have more
faith in yourself. That
feeling will be reflected
in the warm welcoming
response you receive from
important people. Lucky Numbers: 4,
12, 24, 30, 44, 48.
GEMINI
(May 22 - June 21)
Your vitality and selfconfidence may seem
very high. You could
achieve your goals with
more ease than usual.
Physical activities will
help you to meet difficult challenges.
Lucky Numbers: 6, 16, 22, 29, 35, 40.
CANCER
(June 22 - July 23)
You may seek acceptance and approval
for your new creative
project or idea. The
energy that you exude
is sure to attract
others. Lucky Numbers: 10, 23,
27, 33, 41, 44.
LEO
(July 24 - Aug. 23)
Try not to overextend
yourself in order to
better advance your
personal causes. Don’t
allow others to quell
your enthusiasm with
negative comments. Lucky Numbers:
8, 22, 27, 31, 35, 42.
VIRGO
(Aug. 24 - Sept. 23)
Your patience and ability to work hard will be
apparent. With excellent
concentration, you’ll be
better able to focus on
accomplishing all of
your goals. Lucky Numbers: 2, 20,
29, 32, 39, 40.

LIBRA
(Sept. 24 - Oct. 23)
You may find that it is
easy for you to be assertive
and confident and that
you don't necessarily need
the approval of others.
Using physical outlets will
increase your energy. Lucky Numbers: 7,
19, 25, 31, 41, 47.
SCORPIO
(Oct. 24 - Nov. 22)
Your word is your bond,
so just be careful with
the promises you make.
Your mental effort, concentration and total
commitment will greatly
help the causes of others. Lucky
Numbers: 10, 11, 22, 23, 30, 41.
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 23 - Dec. 21)
Your business dealings
could bring a harmonious
atmosphere that fosters
better understanding.
Contracts signed now are
most likely to be successful. Lucky Numbers: 21, 26, 31, 36,
41, 46.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 - Jan. 20)
Issues may now be more
clearly understood. Original ideas and insights
could energize your new
perspective and make it
easy to deal with unpleasant personal matters. Lucky Numbers:
5, 8, 14, 22, 29, 38.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 21 - Feb. 19)
You might find that you
are able to reflect on
your deepest desires and
approach them more openly. If you feel that you are
not being appreciated
enough, try not to react too strongly.
Lucky Numbers: 1, 2, 9, 12, 32, 42.
PISCES
(Feb. 20 - March 20)
You may feel resentful
if others try to manipulate your words. Old
wounds may rise to the
surface. Pay close attention to unfinished business. Lucky Numbers: 6, 19, 24, 36,
40, 47.

Lucky numbers this week: This week's odds favor Leo winners
with the luckiest number being 8.

Did You Know...

Extinct bird: Passenger pigeons were once so plentiful in
North America that the sky would become dark when a flock
passed by. These migratory birds became extinct in 1914 when
the last one, known as Martha, died at the Cincinnati Zoo (US).
Keep your distance! Those who think crocodiles are
dangerous should beware of the box jellyfish, also known as
the sea wasp. These creatures live in waters around Australia
and have deadly toxins in their tentacles.
Potato facts: Potatoes are a staple in the diets of many
people and they have been cultivated for many years. There
are also about 187 species of inedible wild potatoes, with
South America having the highest concentration.
Official name: Few westerners may know that the official
name of Japan is Nippon. This country is a land of islands,
having four large ones and over 3,900 smaller ones.
Ouch! When people bump their 'funny bone,' what they have
actually hit is their humerus, the upper arm bone. However, it is
no laughing matter when this happens, as the nerve endings near
the elbow can result in pain or a tingling sensation when bumped.

On the Lighter Side

The accountant had trouble falling asleep, so he tried counting
sheep.
But then he made a mistake and it took him all night to find it.
Where does satisfaction come from? A satisfactory.
The three stages of getting sick: Ill, Pill, Bill.
A son at college wrote his father: "No mon, no fun, your Son."
The father wrote back: "How sad, too bad, your Dad."
Among the things that are quite easy, even simple for a child
to operate, are the grandparents.
Echo: The only thing that can cheat us out of the last word.
You know you're growing old when your knees buckle but
your belt won't.

Answers

Trivia answers: 1. Clair 2. Anwar Sadat 3. Lepidopterist
4. With highest honor 5. Pope Francis
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