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Young Drew Cox knows how to make lemonade out of lemons – and then some. The 6-year-old Gladewater, Texas, boy reportedly took in more than $10,000 in one day at a lemonade stand he set up to raise money for his sick dad.
It’s happened to most of us. We suddenly wake up and find ourselves disoriented, wondering where we are, and possibly mistaking a light in the distance for something completely different. Usually it’s no big deal — you shake it off, wake up and move on.
It’s just so easy. Waiting for the bus to work. Heading to a sunny park in the summer. Getting ready to sit in an airport for three futile hours. It’s all too easy to grab a bottle of water – it’s cheap, it’s cold and clean and it won’t rot your teeth. For many of us it has become the beverage of choice – it seems to make perfect sense.
On April 5, Virgil Joseph Madrid, 40, was in a piercing booth and piercing a woman’s nose and lip when she asked about a genital piercing, a police document filed with the court said.
8. Incredible High Speed Photographs Made From Music
German artist Markus Reugels specializes in high-speed and macro photography. By isolating the basslines from techno tracks, Markus captured these incredible (and brief) moments of explosive colour. He accomplishes this feat by the following methodology:
While Kala Golden Schuchardt’s family was struggling to come to terms with her seemingly random slaying in a parking lot outside a doctor’s office, authorities Wednesday began piecing together the story of her accused killer, a 30-year-old vocational nurse who inexplicably sought to add to her family by stealing a baby – any baby – and was willing to kill to get it.
An Italian art museum is so mad about the budget cuts coming its way that it has begun burning art works in protest. The Casoria Contemporary Art Museum’s eccentric director, Antonio Manfredi, set fire to a painting by French Artist Severine Bourguignon yesterday, the BBC reports, and let it burn until it was completely destroyed. He’s promising to do the same thing to three paintings a week until funding improves, in a protest he’s dubbed “Art War.”