Stickin' it to the man since 1927.
Five articles about snooze news
by Claire Tierney
Further research into cows’ sleeping habits has been released. Testing in Germany concluded that cows are able to sleep on waterbeds, among other things. A tire recycling plant in Nova Scotia has sold something called “rubber crumbs” to a Canadian company so they could manufacture 45,000 cow mattresses. These mattresses would soften cows’ sleeping positions.
Pastor Greene of Frostberg, Maryland has been working for 30 years on his three-story high, 400 foot long frame for his “modern Noah’s Ark,” which will be utilized come judgment day. Many citizens of Frostberg are growing frustrated at the never ending construction of the ark, which originally began in 1976 after Greene experienced a series of disturbing “visions.”
A few years back, a Kansas City woman was questioned by police about why she had stabbed her 24-year-old boyfriend. Evidently he was sleep walking, and she feared that he would hurt her if she didn’t wake him up. So she stabbed him in the face. Reportedly, he had just finished urinating in her closet when the stabbing occurred.
Je suis le tired
As far as sleeping habits across different geographical locations are concerned (and I know you are all so concerned), the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has made a discovery. The study revealed that Japanese and Koreans sleep the least, while the French spend the most time sleeping the most time eating.
You’ve heard of sleepwalking, but what about sleep construction work? One balmy summer night in London, an unnamed teenage girl had to be rescued from a construction site at about 4:00 a.m. She had wandered up the arm of a crane about ten stories above the ground during a sleepwalking tryst and was brought back down to safety by a hydraulic lift.