I got another email from AOL stating that my email was being used an an alternate email for a person I’ve never heard of and all I needed to do was click to confirm. Of course I didn’t click to confirm, but I can’t find anything on Google about other people experiencing this same issue. I’m not sure if’it’s a scam, and if it is, how it would work (other than the link being misleading, which it doesn’t seem to be per the code behind the link) or if it’s just another mistake.
1% Problems – A few months ago, Stuart Leaf was sitting in his Brooklyn Heights apartment when he got a call from his wife asking when he’d be home. It turned out “we’d both been home for three hours,” he said—their roughly 11,000-square-foot condo is so large that neither one realized the other was there.
I thought Senator Rand Paul graduated from Baylor, but I’m wrong, per his Wikipedia page – Paul left Baylor early, without completing either his Bachelor’s degree in biology or in English, when he was accepted into the Duke University School of Medicine. At the time, Duke did not require an undergraduate degree for admission to its graduate school. He earned a M.D. degree in 1988 and completed his residency in 1993.
I was surprised to hear that the twelve-year-old AT&T Center in San Antonio was getting a $100 million renovation after the Spurs’ season, but I guess I was more surprised to learn that Whataburger has been one of the concession providers for years.
Leaves have now appeared on the crepe myrtles, but so far no flowers.