You Play; You Pay
They only know his last name, but the details of how he came to suffer a fatal heart attack are clear – internet games! A 28-year old South Korean man died after spending 49 hours playing Starcraft – an internet video game. Doctors say the man suffered a heart attack and died shortly after. While at the café he ate minimally and barely slept. Police also allege the man had been fired for missing work to play video games.
Not A Gold Digger
Eight men are being sought in connection with the biggest bank robbery in Brazil’s history - $65 million dollars. The crime took some planning; three months of planning to be exact. The men dug a hole 13 feet below the vault floor and crawled through with only 28 inches between the floor and ceiling of the hole. They are still on the loose.
Today’s On Blast question is simple… Is the old Luther default-lover theory of “If you can’t be with the one you love, then love the one you’re with,” true? Is it good advice to tell folks to be with someone because they’re good for them, even if there are no genuine feelings there? Which brings up a more serious issue; can you be with someone in the hopes of falling in love with them because you believe they are good to you and good for you? Tell of any experiences you've had that support your theory.
Keep passin’ the open windows…