On January 26th, 1993, Calvin Hawley from Winnipeg, Canada came home and noticed that the curb outside his house is damaged.

“I came home from the hospital … and discovered a large chunk of curb under a whole whack of snow,” says Hawley, who lives on Tyrone Bay in St. Vital” The day is clear in his mind, because that’s when his second son was born.

Twenty-six years later, the damaged is still there.

Hawley says he called the City of Winnipeg in the early spring of 1993 and continued to call off and on over the years. He was promised repairs, but nothing happened.

“One time they told me the system for logging complaints had changed and my previous complaints weren’t on record.”

Hawley says the final straw came on July 1, 2017, as he was woken up by the sound of City of Winnipeg crews on his street.

“I was watching crews merrily drive past the front of my driveway to stop and repair other curbs on the other side of the bay that weren’t as damaged as mine or as old.”

But the years of complaints have finally paid off and he has a repair date. The city officials have confirmed that the curb will be repaired by 2037! Better late than never.

I think he has proven his point clearly.

Do you sometimes feel like you can’t do anything right? Try to imagine how this guy feels.

A woman from the UAE sought divorce from her husband at the Shariah court in Fujairah because she just could’t stand his love anymore. 

“He never yelled at me or turned me down. I was choked by extreme love and affection. He even helped me clean the house.” the woman, a UAE national, told the court.

The wife complained that her life was “hell” because the man was so kind to her. “I long for one day of dispute, but this seems impossible with my romantic husband who always forgave me and showered me with gifts. I need a real discussion, even an argument, not this hassle-free life of obedience.”

The husband said he did nothing wrong. “I wish to be a perfect and kind husband,” he said. The husband asked the court to advise his wife to withdraw the case. The court ordered the adjournment of the case to give the couple a chance at reconciliation. 

Neither do I, little man. Neither do I.

That is a very expensive nap.

Doorbell surveillance cameras in Henrico County, Virginia captured a man with a TV set over his head, leaving older TV sets  on people’s front porches and just walking off. The ancient devices were found at more than 50 homes.

“He wants to be known as the TV Santa Claus. I don’t know. We got an old tube-style TV, 13 inch- I thought my son brought it home, but apparently not. They had way too much time on their hands if they had all these TV’s and spread them all over the neighborhood. It’s summer, and people are getting ready to go back to school. Maybe TV man was just ready to strike and put a little humor in our lives.” said homeowner Jim Brooksbank.

Officers and county workers spent Sunday morning picking up the old units and hauling them away.

This is the second time the police and residents had to deal with the TV set mystery. The same thing happened in a different neighborhood last August. According to Henrico Police, the only crime committed was illegal dumping.

Considering that in a lot of US towns you have to pay 25 dollars to dispose of an old TV, this little stunt saved TV Head a lot of money.