Despite being born with no hands, Annie Clark is a pretty normal kid. She dresses herself, drinks soda from a can she opens, types on her computer and hopes to one day write a book about animals. Oh, and the seven-year-old just won a trophy and $1,000 in a national penmanship competition.
But now the $100 Frankfurter, a foot-long bratwurst topped with kobe beef, truffle oil, fresh lobster and hundred-year-old Louis XIII cognac, has been officially recognized by the Guinness Book of Records as the most expensive hot dog in world.
Lemonade stands are usually symbolic of the carefree nature of youth. Six-year old Drew Cox, however, has had to grow up fast. That’s because his dad, Randy, was recently diagnosed with seminoma, a rare form of cancer.
10-year-old Dylan Viale has a very close relationship with his grandmother Sherry, who is blind. The two walk dogs and go to the movies together, and recently went to a Lego event where they helped build a giant Lego Yoda.
But because of her vision impairment, Dylan wasn’t able to share with his grandmother his love of video games. So the fifth-grader at Hidden Valley Elementary in Martinez, CA, did something about that — he developed a video game which blind and sighted people can play together.
Michael Jordan has been in some great TV commercials over the years. But the best MJ ad we’ve seen in a while doesn’t even feature Michael Jordan. Well, the ESPN spot doesn’t feature that Michael Jordan. Instead it’s all about a poor schlub whose parents happened to give him the same name as the Hall of Famer. Witness the pain of sharing a legendary name.
When one thinks of teenagers descending on a warm locale for spring break, heroic deeds isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. But instead of making fools of themselves during their trip down to Florida, Cody Decker and Luke Vaughn saved two lives.
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