Can a person's first name REALLY tell you if they're a lunatic behind the wheel?
--A study out of England looked at data from thousands of speeding tickets, and identified the first names of people most likely to speed . . . or drive safely.
--Men named Julian and Justin are most likely to speed. And for women, the most likely speeders are named Juliet, Justine, and Alexis.
--On the other end, men named Connor, Terrance, Jacob, Jordan, and Joshua are LEAST likely to speed. For women, the least-likely speeders are Paige, Molly, Shannon, Bethany, Lily, Courtney, and Caitlin.
--The study also found that men who are surgeons, sales managers, TV execs, CEOs, and lawyers are most likely to speed. Women who are in the military, or work as business consultants, veterinarians, or doctors are most likely to speed.
#1.) Fisherman. 116 deaths per 100,000. Average salary: $25,590.
#2.) Loggers. 92 deaths per 100,000. Average salary: $32,870.
#3.) Pilots. 70.6 deaths per 100,000. Average salary: $76,050 for commercial pilots, $118,070 for airline pilots.
#4.) Farmers and ranchers. 41.4 deaths per 100,000. Average salary: $60,750.
#5.) Roofers. 32.4 deaths per 100,000. Average salary: $34,220.
#6.) Trash collectors. 29.8 deaths per 100,000. Average salary: $34,420.
#7) Truck drivers. 21.8 deaths per 100,000. Average salary: $37,930.
#8.) Miners. 19.9 deaths per 100,000. Average salary: $37,230 to $89,440.
#9.) Police officers. 18 deaths per 100,000. Average salary: $56,250.
#10.) Stuntmen. 2.5 deaths per 100,000. Average salary: $70,000.
There's something kind of EVIL about craving the taste of HUMAN TEARS . . . it's like you can only be satisfied by other people's misery or something. So this is the official salt of evil.
--A company in London is selling salt that's flavored with HUMAN TEARS. And they have different varieties . . . tears from anger, chopping onions, sneezing, laughing, and sadness.
--They say the salts are made, quote, "with the freshest human tears which are gently boiled, released into shallow crystallization tanks, then harvested by hand and finally rinsed in brine."
--We don't know if it's real . . . although the proceeds from the salt do go to an organization that helps, quote, "young storytellers" so, ya know, approach this human tear supplier with the right amount of suspicion.
--You can buy the set of all five tear-flavored salts for $46, or each one individually for $11 at MonsterSupplies.org.