Don't Panic! Lighten Up!
Meet the 94-yo grandmother who has practiced martial arts for 9 decades and can probably still kick your butt
Mon, 06 Mar 2017 00:00 UTC
Despite being nearly a century old, Zhang Hexian is more flexible and lithe than most youngsters you'll meet. That's because the 94-year-old, fondly known as "Kung Fu Grandma," has been practicing martial arts since she was four years old.
Never giving up on the sport, the has honored the discipline through practice for over nine decades. Hexian is a resident of Ninghai County in east China's Zhejiang Province, where many esteemed elders practice kung fu. Inspired to keep her body and mind in top shape, she undergoes a daily fitness regiment to stay tough.
Washington Post not only establishes link between Trump and Russia, but also Subway spokesman, cat playing piano, and the lizard queen
Sat, 04 Mar 2017 23:25 UTC
But they're not the only news outlet that knows how to use MS Paint. We made some slight improvements:
Thu, 02 Mar 2017 17:46 UTC
Krause, a 41-year-old sales manager and father of two, told reporters that his unequaled comprehension of politics, technology, popular culture, interpersonal relationships, food, sports, and all other existing subjects brings with it a heavy obligation to share all he knows with the countless individuals everywhere who remain totally in the dark.
"Being the only one who knows everything isn't an easy cross to bear, but simply put, I have a responsibility to tell people when they're wrong," said Krause, adding that despite an initial reluctance to impart his singular wisdom, he ultimately accepted it as his duty. "It's not their fault, but I'm still going to correct them for their own benefit—maybe next time they'll know the right way to run a meeting, lose weight, or listen to music."
"If I don't help these people, who else can?" he added.
CBS New York
Wed, 01 Mar 2017 09:06 UTC
Real "face time" can be a foreign concept for millennials, according to Myka Meier, the founder of Beaumont Etiquette, a company helping millennials polish their manners. "I think overall the millennial generation is lacking in social skills because they're so used to computers and communicating via text and apps," Meier said. "We want to put away our phones and go back to that face time."
Comment: Well, thank the stars someone has put together a social skills safety net to save floundering millennials from peculiar embarrassments.
Thu, 02 Mar 2017 15:17 UTC
Allan Verno Evans, 55, placed an ad in The Times of London on Tuesday claiming he is the rightful heir to the throne and will launch a bid for his "royal historical estate" in just 30 days.
The Colorado man says he has traced an unbroken line of primogeniture, the right of succession belonging to the firstborn child, back to the third century.
Evans claims he is a descendant of Cunedda - an early Welsh leader of the 5th century who, according to legend, was sent to the region to stop Irish and Pict incursions.
Tue, 28 Feb 2017 14:01 UTC
"Bravo! Bravo! Marvelous!" actor Kevin Spacey was overheard yelling over hundreds of cheering actors, directors, and producers as the 20-foot-long mirror was carefully positioned directly in front of the Dolby Theatre auditorium, the ovation only growing louder the longer it remained onstage.
"Simply incredible! We love you!" At press time, the crowd had resumed their seats immediately after the mirror was taken offstage, and Best Foreign Language Film award presenter Gael García Bernal was introduced to a smattering of polite applause.
Mon, 27 Feb 2017 15:37 UTC
The phrase "real heroes don't wear capes" has never been truer. In fact, Isaac, an African giant pouched rat, looks like a run-of-the-mill rodent.
But despite his appearance, Isaac is far from an everyday sewer rat.
Instead, he's part of the Anti-Personnel Landmines Removal Produce Development (APOPO), a non-governmental organization based in Tanzania which trains rats to detect explosives.
Although he may seem like an unlikely candidate for the job, Isaac and other rats of his kind are actually highly intelligent with a sharp sense of smell and the ability to learn quickly.
Fri, 24 Feb 2017 00:00 UTC
This list will be submitted to the Library of Congress upon completion, so that it might survive the impending Arctic Killer Squid War of 2017. Since there are so many things to blame on Russia, and there is no possible way to remember them all, we kindly ask that you help us add to our list. We only request that you provide a source that corroborates said blame. Even though it's already obvious that it's Russia's fault.
Fri, 24 Feb 2017 17:46 UTC
According to the bewitching campaigners, the "spell" is scheduled to be performed at the stroke of midnight EST on Friday February 24, and again on waning crescent moon ritual days until Trump leaves office. (In case you don't already have them marked in your diary going forward, for the next few months they include March 26, April 24, May 23 and June 21.)
We're here to tell you there is HOPE!!!
Comment: Caution: This is not a syndrome for MSM (Main Stream Medicine)!!!