Showing posts with label odd news 13 February 2021. Show all posts
Showing posts with label odd news 13 February 2021. Show all posts
Late businessman's dog inherits $5 million

Late businessman's dog inherits $5 million

 

Late businessman's dog inherits $5 million

A Tennessee dog is living the comfortable life after inheriting $5 million from her late owner, who stipulated in his will that his money should go to his pet.

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Lulu, an 8-year-old border collie, was named in the will of owner Bill Dorris, a Nashville businessman who died late last year at age 84.


Martha Burton, 88, a neighbor who often cared for Lulu while Dorris was away, was named as the canine's caretaker in Dorris' will, which states Burton will be reimbursed for "reasonable" monthly expenses.


"I don't really know what to think about it to tell you the truth. He just really loved the dog," Burton told WTVF-TV.


Burton said she is perfectly happy to act as Lulu's caretaker.


"She's a good girl," she said.

Canadian gardener's 63.9-pound turnip breaks Guinness record

Canadian gardener's 63.9-pound turnip breaks Guinness record

 

Canadian gardener's 63.9-pound turnip breaks Guinness record

A Canadian farmer broke a Guinness World Record when he grew a 63.9-pound turnip in his garden.

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Damien Allard of Carleton-sur-Mer, Quebec, said he decided to take on the world record in 2016, when he grew a 15.4-pound turnip and discovered the world record has stood at 39 pounds since 2004.


Allard said he grew three turnips in late 2020 that all broke the record: a 50.49-pounder, a a 53.79-pound vegetable and the new record-holder, a 63.9-pound turnip.


Allard had his turnips officially weighed in November and Guinness confirmed this week that he was now the holder of the record for the world's heaviest turnip.