Man Shoots and Kills Teenage Neighbor for Walking Across His Perfectly Manicured Yard

Can you believe that roughly 60% of high-earning individuals work 50 hours/week, and 35% of them work 60-hour workweeks! Looks like some American workers are saying “so long” to the traditional nine-to-five workday. Today I’m talking with Sylvia Ann Hewlett, president of a non-profit called Work Life Policy, about a new breed of “extreme” workers. She’ll tell you how workers can healthfully balance their professional and personal lives in a culture of Blackberries and e-mails. If you think you or someone you love may be working to the point of obsession, take a look at for support and helpful resources.

A man in Ohio suffers from a different type of destructive compulsion. When a teenage neighbor walked across his perfectly manicured lawn, the man was furious…so furious that he shot and killed the boy! Neighbors of 66-year-old Charles Martin say that he was consumed by a bizarre need to keep his lawn in perfect shape.

Do you have your eye on a pricey piece of land, but don’t have the money to buy it? You may want to take a cue from London’s Harry Hallowes, a man who squatted in a shack rent-free for so long that he was actually awarded the property under British law. Eighteen years of squatting earned Hallowes the plot worth four million American dollars for free! A developer that recently bought the property agreed to let Hallowes stay put. The grateful 71-year-old says, “I just want to carry on as I am. I’ll be very lucky if I live here for the rest of my life.”

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