Morning Air Show


 A fella from Ringgold, GA claims he has the secret Coca Cola recipe that’s been held in a safe in downtown Atlanta for years.

He loves finding and selling antiques, and recently bought a box of letters and papers at an estate sale.

One of the papers is a cola recipe from 1943.

He thinks it’s the recipe for Coca Cola. The letter is a formula and the process to make it, and it matches closely with another recipe found two years ago. That one was published online from NPR and crashed their site from all the traffic.

He contacted Coca Cola and they told him they’d call him back within 10 days. Until then, he’s put the recipe on Ebay with an initial bid of $5million and a buy it now price of $15 million.

So far he’s had no takers. CLICK HERE FOR EBAY LINK



If your company offered you a pay raise to tattoo its logo on your body, would you do it?

A New York City real estate company made the offer and dozens of employees are getting inked.

As CBS 2′s Emily Smith reported Tuesday, a tattoo can be a way to show off your personality. For Rapid Realty employees, it is the fast track to a 15 percent pay raise if you get inked with the company logo.

There are no size or location restrictions. Brooke Koropatnick got hers behind the ear.

“I had a paycheck coming in what was a substantial amount of money different, so it was nice,” she told Smith.

Stephanie Barry got tattooed two weeks ago and, along with it, a permanent pay raise for every real estate transaction.

“I was like, why am I throwing my money away when I could give myself from a $25,000 to $40,000 for the same amount of work?” Barry told Smith.

The credit doesn’t go to Rapid Realty owner Anthony Lolli. He said he got the idea from a loyal employee who wasn’t doing it for money.

“He calls me up, he says ‘Hey Anthony, I’m getting the logo on me.’ I show up at the shop and I’m like ‘this is cool, how can I repay you?’” Lolli said.