A Texas grandmother is looking forward to a new pair of boots. Judy Cochran, who is also the mayor of Livingston, Texas, shot and killed a 12-foot, 580-pound alligator. She says, “One shot in the head and he just went under.” Cochran’s catch is now at the local taxidermist. She says she’s going to have a beautiful new pair of boots made out of the skin. Coincidentally, Cochran took down the gator in the same pond where her grandson took one down in 2009. Cochran did offer a word to the wise: “Don’t mess with Nana.” Source: people.com
Ooni is a compnay that makes outdoor, portable pizza ovens, and they have a pizza lovers dream job. They’re hiring 10 pizza testers from a range of pizza-making backgrounds to test their ovens, new products, and recipes. Compensation is experience-dependent but ranges from $300 to $1000 per day. The better you are at making pizza related brand content and doing demos, the higher your salary. A successful applicant can be based anywhere in the world. The company sends each of its testers one of their pizza ovens, and the testers then work freelance from their homes, with expenses for ingredients covered by the company. If you want to apply, we have a link for you to follow.
And a seafood restaurant in Maine is giving marijuana to lobsters to put them at ease before cooking them. Customers at Charlotte’s Legendary Lobster Pound in Seawall can request to have their lobster sedated with the drug when they order it. The sea creature is placed in a box with some water, and marijuana smoke is blown inside to help calm them down. The owner of the restaurant says she came up with the idea because she wanted to kill lobsters in a more humane way. Marijuana is legal in Maine, by the way. Source: kansascity.com