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Nitwit News – February 3
Nitwit News – February 3

When Lake Tahoe fisherman Stephen Garnett reeled in a shiny object recently, he initially thought it was a smartphone. Upon closer inspection, however, he found he had discovered an old digital camera. Garnett brought it home to his wife Jamie, a photo enthusiast, who was stunned to discover five years worth of photos still intact on the memory card. 1,065 photos taken between 2006 and 2011 were found on the card, which had spent the last three years between 150 and 200 feet underwater. Jamie took to Facebook and posted a couple of photos from each year to her feed, in addition to getting in touch with the lacrosse team shown in some of the photos. The persistence paid off when the owner, Jana LeVitre, came forward to claim the camera as hers. Apparently, she had lost it while sailing and is thrilled, and more than a little dumbfounded, that her memories are on their way back to her.

A man told police in Michigan (Flint) that his ex-girlfriend keeps going into his house without his permission to steal and break things. She apparently decided to keep the key to the house after they broke up. The man told police he believes his ex has been coming into his home while he’s at work, throwing eggs against the walls and pouring syrup all over the floor.

Interviews & Bits

PODCAST pod

Willie Waffle reviews Fury

Will there be Oscars in Brad Pitt’s future with new film Fury?

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The “Duggar Rules for Raising Teens”

We found a list of their “rules” for their teens and wanted to see what Gina thought.

PODCAST pod

Better When Bleeped!

NBC’s Brian Williams sounds better when bleeps are added.