A Cop’s Cash for Life

edna-aguayoHas a psychic ever told you anything that turned out to be true? A lottery-winning police officer in New York says a fortuneteller she saw at a carnival in 1998 predicted she’d win the lottery one day. Edna Aguayo, a 20-year police veteran who retired in 2011, is the state’s first daily Cash4Life winner, winning $1,000 a day for the rest of her life, and she knew she would. She went to the a fair and visited a psychic who not not only predicted her win, but even what game it would be in, telling her to buy ‘for life’ tickets. And, the name of the game was Cash4Life, so she bought them every Monday and Thursday and it’s paying off. She’ll get $227,410 a year after taxes for the rest of her life. Hopefully she doesn’t try to hunt her back down and get investment advice.

A Safety Innovation

are we there yetDriving when you’re tired isn’t safe, just ask Tracy Morgan. A company has invented the Harken which is a seatbelt with sensors in it that monitor your heart rate and breathing and will sound an alarm if it thinks you’re falling asleep. Or, you could just drive everywhere with a 5 year old because it’s nearly impossible to sleep through them asking “Are we there yet” every 20 seconds!