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Ann Curry to Get $10 Million to Leave Today Show

Jun. 28, 2012

Ann Curry to Get $10 Million to Leave Today Show: After negotiating a reported $10 million severance check for little more than a year’s work, Ann Curry broke down in tears while telling viewers that she will be leaving the Today show and will be going back to work in the NBC News Department. Which in turn made all the viewers burst into tears at the thought that someone who was basically fired is actually gonna get $10 million just to go work in another department.

Oldest Known Pottery: Archaeologists say that pottery fragments found in a south China cave have been confirmed to be 20,000 years old, making them the oldest known pottery in the world. Scientists caution that while the pottery is quite attractive, its not considered microwave safe.

Cost of Wedding Dress: A research company that tracks and forecasts trends in the wedding industry says that most brides shell out between $875 and $1,458 for their wedding dresses with veils are an extra $80 to $134, according to The Wedding Report. And that doesn’t even factor in what the groom had to shell out just to get them to put on a wedding dress.

Spray-On Battery Developed: Scientists in the United States have developed a paint that can store and deliver electrical power just like a battery. Now all we need to do now is give a can or two to every graffiti artist and tagger and America will be on its way to energy independence.

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