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High School Teacher Tells Seniors They Aren’t ‘Special’ In Inspirational Graduation Speech

There are ten of thousands of high school and college commencement speeches every year in America, making it difficult for the speaker to say something particularly original.

However David McCullough, Jr. figured out a unique to make his words stand out when he did the commencement duties at Wellesley High School in Massachusetts.

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Teen in Tinker Bell Costume Denied Entry Into Disney World

April Spielman wanted to make her boyfriend’s 16th birthday special. So the 15-year-old woke up at 4am and put on a painstakingly detailed Tinker Bell costume which she had spent the last few months preparing. When that was done, she accompanied her beau, who was dressed as Peter Pan, on his maiden trip to Disney World.

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Who Do You Want to Write a New National Anthem? — Survey of the Day

Francis Scott Key, who was a lawyer and an amateur poet, wrote the lyrics to ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ in 1814. While nobody is suggesting our national anthem should be replaced, if it was it would probably be done by more of a singer-songwriter type.

But which one?

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See Tanning Mom Patricia Krentcil In Her Less Orange Days

Patricia Krentcil, aka the ‘Tanning Mom,’ was charged last month with child endangerment after being accused of allowing her six-year old daughter into a tanning booth, which is against the law in her home state of New Jersey.

While Krentcil denies she did this, and insists her daughter’s sunburn was a result of a day at the pool, her own deeply-browned skin isn’t helping her make her case.

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High School Runner Carries Fallen Competitor Across the Finish Line

West Liberty Salem high school runner Meghan Vogel wasn’t going to win the Ohio D-III 3,200-meter state finals, which was held last weekend. In fact, the junior, who had already won the 1,600 meter, was in last place with about 20 feet to go.

That’s when she noticed that one of her competitors, sophomore Arden McMath, had collapsed and fallen in front of her. Rules state that anyone who aids another runner will be disqualified. But Vogel decided this wasn’t the time to follow the rules.

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