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A Kid with Down Syndrome Nailed a Half-Court Shot at the Buzzer

By |2019-01-25T08:02:22-06:00January 25th, 2019|

There's a high school junior near Denver named Andrew Regan who has Down syndrome.  (Pronounced REE-gan.)  But he's also an athlete. His high school has a "unified" basketball team, where differently abled kids play together in a less competitive environment.  Which is awesome. Anyway, a video of Andrew is going viral after he snagged a rebound in a game last Friday . . . and hit a buzzer beater from HALF COURT. His teammates and coaches went nuts.  It was only the third quarter, so it wasn't a game winner.  But it's the kind of thing most of us dream of doing.  And [...]

For the First Time Since 1901, Conversation Hearts Won’t Be on Sale This Valentine’s Day

By |2019-01-25T08:01:43-06:00January 25th, 2019|

Is it really Valentine's Day if you can't hand someone a small, chalky heart candy that says "BE MINE"? A little bit of our childhood just died . . . because for the first Valentine's Day since 1901, conversation hearts will NOT be on sale this year. They were made by Necco, which went out of business last July.  The Spangler Candy Company acquired the rights to make conversation hearts, but they weren't able to get production set up for this year. That means no conversation hearts in 2019.  On the bright side, Spangler says they WILL be selling them again [...]

What’s the Nicest Thing a Stranger Has Ever Done for You?

By |2019-01-25T08:00:33-06:00January 25th, 2019|

A thread on Reddit is going viral after someone asked people to name the nicest thing a complete stranger has ever done for them.  Do you know yours?  Here are a few highlights from Reddit . . .   1.  A guy was at a bar with his girlfriend when a random dude walked up and said they seemed like a sweet couple.  Then he handed them two free tickets . . . said he couldn't go at the last minute . . . and they were front-row seats to see PRINCE. 2.  Someone lost their keys in college, then they showed [...]

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