Showing posts with label odd news 9 February 2021. Show all posts
Showing posts with label odd news 9 February 2021. Show all posts
Idaho man retakes Guinness record for throwing CDs into a target

Idaho man retakes Guinness record for throwing CDs into a target

 An Idaho man recaptured a Guinness World Record by throwing 50 CDs into a 12-inch target in 1 minute.

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David Rush, who has broken more than 150 Guinness World Records to promote STEM education, originally set the record in 2019 at Boise State University, where he managed to get 41 CDs into the target in 1 minute.

Idaho man retakes Guinness record for throwing CDs into a target


Rush's record was beaten by Jay Rawlings, who sank 46 CDs into the target in the allotted time.


The Idaho record-breaker recaptured the record with 50 CDs in one minute

Mississippi city offering remote workers $6,000 to relocate

Mississippi city offering remote workers $6,000 to relocate

 

Mississippi city offering remote workers $6,000 to relocate

A Mississippi city is offering remote workers $6,000 to move to the municipality, buy a home and remain for at least one year.

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Natchez Mayor Dan Gibson said the city's Shift South program is offering remote workers a one-time payment of $2,500 and a $300 monthly stipend for one year if they move to the city and buy a house worth at least $150,000.


"We are excited to be the first and only city in the Deep South to offer an incentive like this to remote workers," Gibson told CNN. "Our warm and friendly people, the [Mississippi] river at our feet, our history and our beautiful sunsets make Natchez a great city to call home."


The city said 30 slots are currently available to applicants who are employed as remote workers in the United States. The workers will be required to establish primary residency in Natchez.


"The pandemic has really been a wake-up call to what people have been feeling for a long time," Gibson said. "They're tired of the big cities, the high cost of living and the long commutes. With this offer, you can live in a beautiful, historic small town where everything is convenient and affordable."