Sh*t Happened 1/18/18: Star Wars popular, loose snake big, Senator Hogan?

Uh, no.

click to enlarge Sh*t Happened 1/18/18: Star Wars popular, loose snake big, Senator Hogan?
Scott Harrell

Noon approacheth and that right quickly, so let's do a few fast ones and let you get to your drinky lunch meeting.

Star Wars and the Power of Costume, the show currently at the Museum of Fine Arts St. Pete, made it into a Travel Channel piece about the 10 exhibitions in the world worth traveling to see. How... fashionable.

If you live on or around Siesta Key and seem to have misplaced your 12-foot reticulated python, some guy found it in the water off his dock and the cops would like to talk to you about it

We're pretty sure the Tarpon Springs guy who called 911 repeatedly to report that his wife was a black widow spider meant that he thought she was the kind of woman who kills her spouse, but we don't want to go putting words in the mouths of people who call 911 repeatedly to report that their wives are black widow spiders — those people might be, you know, unpredictable.

Fish funk. FISH FUNK. #fishfunk

And finally, some Republican consultant thinks he can help Hulk Hogan — the pro wrestler you loved as a dumb, self-absorbed, tantrum-throwing child because you saw in him the chance to be that way as a grown-up — win Bill Nelson's seat in the Senate. Can we please just not?

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