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Here at Weird Street, we provide the strangest stories of the economy. The economy is already difficult enough to understand, so what better way of embracing that difficulty by attempting to understand the most irrational stories?
Ranging from unbelievable stories about coffee makers in space to a squirrel causing $300K in damages and everything in between, Weird Street is your destination for the most interesting stories on Wall Street.
Norway says the Disney movie Frozen is prompting more Americans to visit the scenic Scandinavian country. Read Article
In one of the week's craziest stories, a Family Dollar store manager attacked a shoplifter with Febreeze after an argument. Read Article
A Japanese woman has moved out of her home and asked her husband for a divorce after he told her that he didn't think 'Frozen' was all that great. Read Article
Bottle Boys, a YouTube musical group that performs songs on beer bottles, has released a cover of Michael Jackson's 'Billie Jean'. Read Article
Yeni Sleidi, who calls herself the 'Weed Fairy', posted fliers around Seattle with small bits of weed attached to them over Memorial Day weekend. Read Article
Scout Willis, the daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, is protesting against Instagram's no nipple rule with pictures of her topless walk in New York. Read Article
Bill Murray made a surprise appearance at a stranger's bachelor party and passed on some words of wisdom about love and marriage. Read Article
Just two years after a public backlash drove pink slime from beef products, surging beef prices have brought pink slime back to the dinner plate. Read Article
An unknown person is using Twitter to tip off residents of San Francisco to the location of envelopes stuffed with hidden cash left around the city. Read Article
A pizzeria in Mumbai, India, successfully completed pizza delivery by drones earlier this month, but has attracted attention from unhappy local officials. Read Article
Walmart's founding family is taking the widow of a small-town photographer to court over Walton family photos dating back decades. Read Article