You can’t get much more heroic than rescuing school children from a burning bus. Which is why public school officials and firefighters in Charlotte, North Carolina are raving about school bus driver Lindora Richardson, whose calm in the face of potential catastrophe may have saved the lives of the six children on her bus last Wednesday afternoon.
It’s February, so that means you’re on the Valentine’s Day clock, fellas.
While knowledge of your special lady should be what dictates what you get her, come the 14, perhaps this survey from Sears of more than 1,000 adults on their V-Day gift preferences can also help you out.
Singing in front of an audience at church is a lot less intimidating than subjecting yourself to, say, the judges on ‘American Idol‘. But it still takes guts to stand alone on a stage and belt out a tune, so that’s why we have to commend this enthusiastic fellow who sings ‘Looking For a City’ for his congregation despite having what could be fairly described as a dreadful singing voice.
Are you planning on using your passport in 2012? According to a Travel-Ticker survey of 2,301 people, Italy is the most popular overseas travel spot for the coming year, with 43 percent citing it as one of their “dream destinations.”
There weren’t a whole lot of basketball fans in the Pauley Pavilion stands when UCLA took on Richmond late last month, so you could almost hear every individual groan when a man proposed marriage to his girlfriend on the arena’s JumboVision and was cruely rebuffed.
But was it actually a failed marriage proposal or a hoax?
Weatherman Brian Niznansky of NBC26 in Green Bay, Wisconsin cemented his spot in the Ron Burgundy Hall of Shame when he proved that, like Will Ferrell’s famous ‘Anchorman’ character, he will read anything that is put on the Teleprompter.
The hangover has subsided, and the noise makers and funny hats have been thrown away, so now New Year’s revelers are just left with the resolutions they made when the clock struck midnight. Unfortunately, most of us may even throw those out as well.
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