Disney Store Japan sells merch featuring Winnie the Pooh holding up blank white paper
The Disney Store in Japan is selling items that depict Winnie the Pooh raising a blank piece of white paper on them, including T-shirts, hoodies, tote bags and mugs. T-shirts on Japan’s Disney Store website are priced at 4,950 yen ($36), mugs cost 2,420 yen ($18) or 2,530 yen ($19), while tote bags cost up to 4,290 yen ($32). The store also sold phone cases with Pooh holding up a piece of white paper on them, but they have since been sold out, according to Insider, which first reported on the collection.news.yahoo.com
Australian woman speaks out after a man — who she alleges broke into her home, raped her, and sent an apology text for doing 'the most heinous thing possible' — was found not guilty
On September 7th, Lyndon Montgomery was found not guilty of breaking into Holly Harris' home and raping her.news.yahoo.com
🏚️ This free Central Florida haunted house promotes fellowship with little fear
Spending thousands of dollars on animatronics, speakers to bring in the spooky sounds, smoke and light machines. Every year collecting more items to grow the attraction. There are seven lairs in the haunted house including the Devil’s Den, Demented Manor, Garden of Souls and Strawmen Forest.
A Santa Fe jeweler covered her 1-bedroom house in foam so it would blend right in with the limestone cliffs it sits on. It's on the market for $899,000.
"I have not sold anything this unique before," one of the listing agents told Insider. "There is no other like it at all that I know of."news.yahoo.com
🐜What is that? Floating fire ant colonies survive flooding
Since Hurricane Ian brought record-breaking rain and flooding to many parts of Central Florida the, what appears to be, ‘life boats’ made of thousands of fire ants are popping up all over the area. (We’re not the only ones trying to survive the rising flood waters.)
German officials reportedly believe the crucial Nord Stream natural-gas pipelines connecting Russia to Europe were sabotaged near a Danish island
Germany's economy ministry declined to comment on "speculation." The pipelines' operator said they'd suffered "unprecedented" damage in a single day.news.yahoo.com
A Colorado couple who met in high school got married in the hospital while the groom was being treated for cancer — see photos from their special ceremony
Zach and Madison Stroup told Insider that a social worker told them: "You guys have lost out on so much. Don't let cancer take away your wedding."news.yahoo.com
I went to Disney's mega resort in Hawaii with my family. Here's a closer look at the hotel's 6 pools, character photo ops, and private beach.
Insider's Emily Hochberg stayed at Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa on Oahu, Hawaii, with her daughter and husband for two nights in an ocean-view room.news.yahoo.com
Social media users slammed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for holding hands while leaving a service for Queen Elizabeth – but ignored other royals who did the same thing
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle accompanied other members of the royal family to a service honoring Queen Elizabeth II on Wednesday.news.yahoo.com
One of the largest student-loan companies could be engaging in 'unconscionable' behavior by encouraging refinancing to federal borrowers, Elizabeth Warren and Ayanna Pressley say
In a letter provided exclusively to Insider, Warren and Pressley called out Navient for encouraging refinancing that could strip federal debt relief.news.yahoo.com
Aspiring Navy SEALs are using Viagra to self-medicate when they start coughing up blood during qualifying drills. They say it works — but at a price.
Controversial Navy SEAL training is linked to a recent death which uncovered recruits using illicit drugs, including Viagra, to survive 'Hell Week.'news.yahoo.com
Former DOJ official says Trump's special master request will dump a 'thankless' task on some intermediary's shoulders: 'No one wants this assignment'
Signing on as the special master in Trump's burgeoning document fight is a "damned if you do, damned if you don't" situation, Barbara McQuade said.news.yahoo.com