Jon Cryer turns to B.C. ring-finder to search for lost wedding band

Actor Jon Cryer arrives for the Entertainment Weekly Comic Con party at the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego, Calif., on July 20, 2019.

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An actor is sharing his gratitude towards a Vancouver service specializing in finding lost rings after losing his own wedding band, kicking off a panicked search attempt.

Jon Cryer, known for his role in the television series Two and a Half Men, was walking along Vancouver’s seawall to meet up with castmates, on Friday when he lost his wedding ring.

“I pulled my hand out of my pocket and heard a ‘ping!’ To my left. I walked a couple more steps and realized my wedding ring was gone…,” he wrote on Twitter.

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Cryer said he frantically searched for the missing wedding band but rain and a lack of working lamp posts hindered his efforts.

Losing the ring was especially

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The Pennsylvania women Trump lost

They are all nervous.



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Hollie Geitner fidgets with her coffee on a brisk and foggy fall morning. Joan Smeltzer shifts in her seat, adjusting her shirt as the breeze rolls through her backyard. Julie Brady smokes one last hand-rolled cigarette, playing with the case adorned with the American flag to calm her nerves.

They are all nervous because of what they are about to discuss. They haven’t really talked about it in such a public way.

“I wasn’t ready to say to anybody, even my own husband, I’m not voting for him again. But I, I obviously am saying that now,” Geitner said.

“My husband and his whole family are Trump supporters. So, I’m kind of in the minority,” Brady said.

These women voted for Donald Trump in 2016. They are part of the 50% of white women in Pennsylvania who exit polls showed helped

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Jon Cryer Shared A Sweet Story About His Lost (And Found) Wedding Ring

The world right now is starving for nice stories. There’s a lot of very serious business afoot, from the election to the pandemic to the long-needed social justice reform proposed by the Black Lives Matter movement. And though sometimes these serious stories sometimes take bizarre and absurd turns, a brain can only take so much important stuff before it needs a break. And on Sunday, we got one, thanks to Jon Cryer.

On yet another crazy Sunday, the Two and a Half Men and John Hughes movie alum cut through the din of Twitter to share a sweet story. It began with heartbreak: He lost his wedding ring.

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Jon Cryer Shares Epic Saga of How He Lost (and Found!) His Wedding Ring: ‘I Panicked’

Jon Cryer’s tale of losing (and finding!) his wedding band is like a scene straight out of a movie.

When the Two and a Half Men actor, 55, was walking in the rain in Vancouver along the ocean, he pulled his hand out of his pocket to realize his wedding band was missing and “panicked,” he shared in a lengthy Twitter thread.

“I looked around trying to see if something was glinting on the pavement. But it was raining and there were only a few lamp post with working lights. So nothing. I pulled out my phone and turned on my flashlight. Not much, but worth a try,” Cryer said.

Since it was dark, Cryer tried his hardest to scour the wet pavement using his flashlight to try and find the ring, but wasn’t successful. “My wife and I have been married for since 2007 and it’s hard to

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‘I will never be OK:’ Mother of Euclid fashion model killed in shooting grieves second child lost to gun violence

EUCLID, Ohio — Shalaymiah Moore died Oct. 1 when a gunman shot and killed her. The headlines that followed her death focused on her burgeoning career as a fashion model.

In a recent conversation with Moore’s mother, she said she would like her daughter’s memory to consist of more than just “model” or “actress.” She was a mother, a daughter, a nurse’s assistant, a friend to many and someone who battled depression.

“She had gone through a long history of depression thinking she was not adequate enough to be a mother,” Moore’s mother Rochelle Moore said. “She had finally found her niche in life.”

Shalaymiah Moore died from several gunshot wounds to the back and shoulder in an incident that happened about 3:15 a.m. Friday on Lakeshore Boulevard just west of East 210th Street, according to Euclid police. Paramedics took her to University Hospitals, where she later died.

For Rochelle

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Tesla’s Model 3 Lost In The World’s Most Advanced EV Market In A Peak Month (NASDAQ:TSLA)

Introduction

Norway is a small automotive market but is widely regarded as the most advanced market for electric vehicles (EVs) in the world thanks to generous government incentives. Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and hybrids accounted for over 80% of sales in September 2020 and the national parliament has set 2025 as the target year for the country to go fully electric.

This is why electric vehicle data from Norway if often used as an indicator for the prediction which models and manufacturers will excel in a world in which electric vehicles become the norm. There is also no local player, which means the Norwegian EV market is not skewed like some other countries like France where the Renault Zoe reigns supreme.

As I mentioned in my previous SA article on Tesla (TSLA), its Model 3 always performs poorly in Europe during the first month

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Man reunited with wedding ring after he lost it on the Gold Coast’s Burleigh Beach

Metal detector reunites wife with her husband’s lost wedding ring after miraculously finding it buried in sand on a beach

  • Man who lost wedding ring at Burleigh Beach thought he had lost it for good
  • The buried gold band picked up by Karen Preston’s metal detector hours later
  • She has since reunited the ring with its owner through power of social media

A relieved man has been reunited with his wedding ring after he lost it during a family outing at a Gold Coast beach. 

The father-of-two and his young family spent hours desperately hunting for the solid gold band after he lost it at Burleigh Beach on Monday and thought they would never see it again.

Treasure hunter Karen ‘Kazz’ Preston discovered the ring buried 20 centimetres deep in

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Watch: Lost wedding ring found after two years at Vermont reservoir

Oct. 5 (UPI) — A New Jersey man was reunited with his wedding ring two years after he lost it during a day at a reservoir in Vermont.

Lou Rider said he and his family drove from New Jersey to the Waterbury Reservoir for a Labor Day weekend family reunion in 2018, and he didn’t discover until he was in the car to drive home that his wedding ring was missing from his finger.

“We were from one end of the reservoir to the other. We were in and out of the boats, hiking through, jumping with the rocks and everything, so we were everywhere,” Rider told WVNY/WFFF.

The ring was thought to be lost forever, until Lorraine Tallcott, Rider’s aunt, was reading an online forum for residents of her area in Vermont. and saw a post that a man’s wedding ring had been found at Waterbury Reservoir.

Tallcott discovered

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Heritage craftsmen working overtime to restore lost Beirut beauty

SHOTLIST BEIRUT, LEBANONSEPTEMBER 17, 2020SOURCE: AFPTV 1. Close-up Lebanese artist Maya Husseini working to rebuild a blast-damaged stained-glass window at her studio on the outskirts of Beirut2. Mid shot Lebanese artist Maya Husseini working to rebuild a blast-damaged stained-glass window at her studio on the outskirts of Beirut 3. SOUNDBITE 1 – Maya Husseini, stained glass artist (female, 60 years old, Arabic, 16 sec): “I did a quick tour and started looking around. You try to hold yourself together and stay strong. I arrived at the Saint Louis Cathedral of the Capuchin Fathers. Here I was really affected. Two years of my work, two years working on those details. The cathedral is one of the oldest monuments in Beirut… it’s lost history.” 4. Close-up Maya Husseini working to rebuild a blast-damaged stained-glass window at her studio on the outskirts of Beirut5. Mid shot Maya Husseini looking at sheets of stained

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