During an interview on the Y94 radio station in Fargo, North Dakota a woman named ‘Cheryl’ shared her plan to give ‘moderately obese’ trick-or-treaters a letter instead of candy this Halloween. Cheryl says she wants ‘to send a message to the parents of kids that are really overweight’ with hopes that they ration their children’s candy this Halloween. View Cheryl’s ‘Obese Letter’ letter here.
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Late last month, Jessica Robles of Miami, Florida was desperate enough for food that she visited a supermarket, filled her cart with $300 worth of groceries, and attempted to leave without paying. Robles was stopped by Vicki Thomas, a 23-year police veteran of the Miami-Dade Police Department. Instead of arresting Robles, Thomas spent $100 of her own money on groceries for Robles and gave her family a ride home.
Comedian/actor Russell Brand recently sat down with BBC Newsnight‘s Jeremy Paxman to discuss what gives him the authority to be a guest editor for the New Statesman political magazine when he admits he has never voted and never will. Brand believes the UK’s political system has created a ‘disenfranchised, disillusioned underclass’ that it fails to serve and calls for a revolution to solve the world’s problems.
18-year-old senior Noah VanVooren was born with Down syndrome and has been a longtime water boy for his high school’s football team, the Little Chute Mustangs in Little Chute, Wisconsin. For the first time ever Friday night, VanVooren suited up as honorary team captain and led his team onto the field. With just 1.2 seconds left on the clock, Little Chute called time out and put VanVooren in the game. In the game’s final play, VanVooren received a handoff, ran the ball 35 yards, and scored his first ever touchdown.
Two weeks ago, when 17-year-old Erin Cox, a senior honor student at North Andover High School in Andover, Massachusetts, received a call from a friend at a party who was too drunk to drive, she didn’t hesitate. Moments after arriving to the party, the police showed up and busted several kids for underage drinking. Despite police confirming that Erin wasn’t there to drink, Andover High School took away her role as team captain of the volleyball team and suspended her for five games saying she violated the district’s zero-tolerance policy toward alcohol and drugs. Even knowing the consequences, Erin says she would do it all over again because ‘it was the right thing’.
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