If you’re looking to start a new business, this is something I know for a FACT you could do. There’s a 37-year-old guy named Shoji Morimoto in Tokyo, Japan. And he’s making serious money renting himself out, “to do nothing.”
Covid Chaos: Disneyland Ends Annual Passes, a Racing Pigeon Flies 8,000 Miles and Becomes a Covid Risk, and More
Here’s a fresh round-up of Covid insanity.
You know how you’d get excited as a kid hearing the music that meant the ice cream man was coming? I’d say that as adults, the closest we get to that excited feeling is when the Amazon delivery person is coming to drop off our packages.
Good News: A Nurse Hits the Lottery, a Guy Tips His Entire Stimulus Check, and a Generous Waiter Turns Down $2,021
Here are a few more good news stories making the rounds.
We saw a product like this for cats a few months ago, but a lot of people said it didn’t work that well. So hopefully this one’s better. A company in South Korea called Petpuls has a new collar that analyzes your dog’s barks and translates them into emotions.