On the day before her big day, Norah happened to explain to Tara her affinity for elderly folks — their soft skin, their slow-moving gestures, and how — since they’re reaching the end of their lifespans — she wants to “love ‘em all up
It’s no secret that restaurants regularly throw away a lot of food.But when one restaurant owner in Kochi, India, noticed a homeless woman eating from a garbage bin, she knew she wanted to do something. That’s when Minu Pauline, who runs a restaurant called
Despite the fact he suffered with painful dental issues his entire life, everyone who knows Brian loves him for his cheery disposition. He never stops smiling, even through his mouth full of crooked teeth and the insecurities they caused him. That’s why Timirie Shibley,
Sometimes it’s funny. Sometimes it’s embarrassing. And sometimes it’s downright disastrous. But thanks to a new translation device that easily fits into your ear, the days of struggling to speak the local lingo might soon be a thing of the past. The device is
After a year of living conjoined at the lower half, the twins are experiencing a whole new world after their successful surgical separation. Born one year ago in Nigeria, Miracle and Testimony Ayeni were connected at the pelvis. The girls shared a colon, their
Jim Ford, a repo man, had to go take an elderly couples car. After he heard their story, he had to do something. “I go out and take cars,” Ford told reporters. He is co-owner of Illini Asset Recovery. His job as a repossession
Bus drivers become experts at understanding the normal traffic patterns and environments of the streets their routes cover. Although bus drivers normally do not receive much credit for this useful knowledge, they often become the unspoken heroes in their communities for their keen observations.
There are far too many cases in the news where a baby or small child has been left in a car unattended. The parent leaves them in their vehicle to go shopping, or for some parents, they have simply forgotten that their child was
Sometimes it’s the little things that mean the most to people – like a simple shake of the hand. That’s exactly what happened during a San Jose Pat Tillman benefit run several years ago. Hundreds of runners approached a 95-year-old waving veteran named Joe
An “idiot” driver blocked a hydrant and left his or her car sitting in front of a business. With the car sitting there, someone’s life was potentially at risk, should a fire break out. Lo and behold, a fire started at the business nearby,
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