This ski lift malfunction is still so crazy 😳🤯 pic.twitter.com/Kax2OlOJNW— Daily Loud (@DailyLoud) November 24, 2022
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"It ain't over till (or until) the fat lady sings" is a colloquialism which is often used as a proverb. It means that one should not presume to know the outcome of an event which is still in progress. More specifically, the phrase is used when a situation is (or appears to be) nearing its conclusion. It cautions against assuming that the current state of an event is irreversible and clearly determines how or when the event will end.
Something must be over......
I just can't place my finger on it......
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'I heard this big bang!' Meteor in direct hit on man's rural California home - killing one of his dogs and completely destroying the property in ONE-IN-FOUR-TRILLION freak event
A Northern California man said he believes a meteor fell from the night sky and landed on his property, destroying his home in a massive fire. Officials are looking into the possibility that the bright flaming ball - that was spotted by several people across the region - was a meteorite that caused the fire in Nevada County on Friday night. Dustin Procita told KCRA that he was inside the house with his two dogs when something hit the house and started the fire. 'I heard a big bang,' he said. 'I started to smell smoke. I went onto my porch and it was completely engulfed in flames.' Multiple people all over the region captured the bright ball of fire on camera as it lit up the dark California sky around 7:30 p.m. on Friday night. The odds of being hit by a meteor - one in four trillion - are considerably less likely than the odds of winning the Powerball jackpot - which is one in 292.2 million. The current Powerball jackpot sits at a whopping $1.9 billion with the next drawing set for Monday. NASA and the US Air Force will now be contacted as the local fire department investigates if the blaze was caused by a meteor crashing down to earth.One homeowner caught the ball of light on a Ring camera in Redding, California. The footage shows the bright fireball flash in the sky before descending to the ground in the distance. Several other people caught the fireball on camera as it fell to the earth, seemingly in the middle of nowhere. Procita said he wasn't sure at first what it was, but after hearing about the fireball lighting up the night sky at the same time, he believes it was a meteor that landed right on his house. Source