Logan Hill, The Washington Post Published 8:42 am PDT, Monday, July 15, 2019 Since Florida Man was first defined on Twitter in 2013 as the "world's worst superhero," many men (and it's almost always men) have assumed the mantle. One man's Flordia Man story begins with an encounter crocodile. less Since Florida Man was first defined on Twitter in 2013 as the "world's worst superhero," many men (and it's almost always men) have assumed the mantle. One man's Flordia Man story begins with an encounter ... more Photo: Courtesy Chris Dieter/Crocodile Encounter Photo: Courtesy Chris Dieter/Crocodile Encounter Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 Since Florida Man was first defined on Twitter in 2013 as the "world's worst superhero," many men (and it's almost always men) have … [Read more...] about Is it OK to laugh at Florida Man?
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Opinion PUBLISHED: 19:24 10 March 2019 | UPDATED: 19:24 10 March 2019 Keith Skipper Master of road safety Olly Day prepares for another cheerful lesson on his Norfolk school rounds Archant Nothing annoys Keith Skipper more than drivers who use their mobiles at the wheel. Despite being a non-driver he hopes the next generation of road users won’t be so stupid Ted Wild .. also known as Ted Whiskers and Father TimeAs one of Norfolk’s most experienced non-drivers – that’s more of a proud boast than a humble confession – I tend to steer clear of smug condemnation of scary behaviour on our increasingly-busy roads.Even so, all those years of loyal service as passenger, pedestrian and public transport user have given me an ideal box-seat when it comes to weighing up a fair number of the careful, the sloppy and the downright demented.My choice to stay away from the steering wheel altogether was influenced considerably by a succession of test examiners … [Read more...] about Next generation of drivers will be smarter with their phones
Nostalgia PUBLISHED: 11:00 21 December 2018 Steve Russell Steven Hillyard wanted a boa constrictor for Christmas, so his dad got him Sammy Picture: ARCHANT Archant Can you remember what you were watching on Christmas Day years ago? Remember when we had only three channels? Ken Dodd was a Christmas TV star in 1968 Picture: ARCHANT ARCHIVESteven Russell got a Man from U.N.C.L.E. spy briefcase for Christmas 1968, with fake Luger pistol, plastic grenade and invisible-ink pen. These days, it’s socks. (More PC but less fun.) He looks back at Christmas over half a century: how we lived, what we watched, and moreSteven Hillyard asked for a boa constrictor for Christmas, as you do, and his dad got him one for £7. It was named Sammy. Er…don’t they grow to six feet or so?“He’s not really dangerous,” dad John, a diver (honestly) from Dunlin Road in Ipswich, told us in 1968. “Boa constrictors are not poisonous. … [Read more...] about Flashback: Suffolk Christmases in the past