Mexican Woman Aided By Bank for Being ‘Too Old’
Posted on : 05-20-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
Maria Félix is a Mexican woman who will be seeing her 117th year alive in July. Despite her longevity, Maria had to endure three months without access to her welfare card for being considered too old. Fortunately, she was graced with someone personally delivering her 1,200-peso checks, roughly $63 dollars, after the situation was made known. Maria's age means that she can still remember the Mexican Revolution and that she numbers among the world's oldest people on the planet.   The three month gap began after Maria was turned away…
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How Being a Morning Person Can Change Your Life
Posted on : 05-19-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
One of the best ways to improve your life is to start waking up earlier. Studies have proven that those who wake up at an early time are more likely to be successful in everything they attempt in their lives. If you hate the morning and you think you’re not a morning person, you may have pigeonholed yourself. Some people think they’re not morning people because they don’t like getting up early after they’ve only slept for four or five hours. Well, this makes perfect sense. Who would want to…
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Illinois Couple Dies Minutes Of Each Other After 69 Years of Marriage
Posted on : 05-18-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
They say that there is a bond that forms between a husband and wife. Those who have been married for many years understand this bond. Many people watched Nicholas Spark's famous movie The Notebook and felt overwhelmed with emotion. Two people who loved each other so much died in each other's arms. A Notebook type experience happened in Highland Park, Illinois.   Isaac and Teresa Vatkin passed away on Saturday, April 22, 2017 at 12:10 am. Her doting husband was right beside her. He too passed at 12:50 am. She…
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Scientists Find New Breeding Ground of Rare Indochinese Tiger
Posted on : 04-26-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
Scientists and conservationists have reported finding a second breeding population of Indochinese tigers in a jungle in Thailand. They have also released photographs of the cubs as proof.   Indochinese tigers are a critically endangered subspecies. According to Panthera, a conservation group, Freeland, an anti-trafficking organization, and the Department of National Parks of Thailand, there are only 221 Indochinese tigers left in the wild. They are found only in Myanmar and Thailand, and their only other breeding ground is Thailand’s Huai Kha Khaeng wildlife sanctuary.   The surveyors had been…
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Brooklyn Cops Show Their Friskier Side
Posted on : 03-14-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
In a world where cops regularly come under consistent fire for a wide range of abuses, it's always refreshing to be reminded of the many humanitarian acts that police officers an other public servants commit on a regular basis.   Recently, in Brooklyn, Cops in Coney Island's 60th precinct found an adorable abandoned kitten at their station house. Instead of taking the kitten to the shelter, the cops convinced their boss to let them adopt him. Martin, (named for Martin D. Constanza, one of the primary "lobbyists" for keeping the…
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