Coleman Shannon was born without a right hand and forearm, due to a medical condition called Amelia, but that hasn’t slowed him down from chasing his baseball dreams. In fact, the 14-year-old left-handed pitcher recently threw a no-hitter in a Johnsonville, SC little league game.
A woman from Hartlepool, England is finding that having a 161-word name can be awkward. But the 41-year-old has only her self to blame for any complications stemming from the monster 1,055 letter moniker.
If you are reading this, you are on the internet. The World Wide Web went commercial about 1990, and over the last couple decades it’s come to completely change the way we communicate and get information.
Five-year-old Leland Camara suffers from Leukemia. He’s had some tough days since he was diagnosed in September, but he also realizes that others have gone out of their way to make his time more joyful as he battles the disease. For example, last winter his hometown fire department in Anchorage, Alaska sent Santa Claus over to his house so he could enjoy a proper Christmas.
So when Leland got hooked up with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, he asked for two wishes.
Fifty-two percent of Americans over the age of 18 are married. This is down from 57 percent a decade ago. Perhaps the decline has to do with the fact that many young people don’t believe having a successful marriage is one of the most important parts of their life.
WNBC New York anchorwoman Sue Simmons must have been at a baseball game over the weekend. Because just as the 11 o’clock news started on Monday, a live mic caught her saying “the ball took a bad hop and hit me in my breast.”
“Are we on?,” wondered her long-suffering, er, longtime co-anchor Chuck Scarborough. As you can see in the clip below, they were.
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