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This Kid is Hiking in the Grand Canyon. Now Look What is Tied to His Waist.

“I can’t believe we just did that .”


There is no greater regret than having your life stolen from you just because of inevitable circumstances. All the possibilities of new hopes and beginnings may easily shatter in just a blink of an eye. Thanks to his strong hold of faith and determination, what was thought to be lost, was right then and there after all.

Bob’s life has taken a serious turn when he lost the gift of walking 10 years ago. For those years, he was haunted by the horrors brought by a bad fall when he lost balance on a ladder that cost him 17 broken ribs, a collapsed lung and apparently a paralyzed waist down. Since then, his life seemed limited and his dream of hiking the terrains of the Grand Canyon close to impossible.

Thanks to his dear family who unanimously agreed to pursue the long-overdue dream of dear old Bob—to hike the famous Grand Canyon. With the help of his three sons and eight grandsons, they effortlessly took turns in carrying Bob while seated on his wheelchair. Without any hesitation and complaint, each one did their own share of effort and made sure that his Royal Highness met supreme luxury.

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God has never given anyone a challenge that cannot be resolved within their capabilities. Hence, a man who has lost a few will always be rewarded with a thousand. All that is needed is the support from the closest of ties and the objective that, indeed, good things for a good cost can be done.


The World’s First Successful Head Transplant is Just Another Hoax

Although this success story can be considered another ladder to the winding staircase of “what ifs”, one cannot disregard that science and technology can be both dangerous yet efficient.

This just might be the cure that all cancer patients have been waiting for. This was the expected promise of a pool of surgeons who were believed to successfully conduct the first ever head transplant in the medical history. However, as this article continues to circulate the internet, more people are questioning its authenticity. Did this operation really take place?

It all started with a 36-year-old US-based Paul Horner who was believed to be diagnosed with a bone cancer five years ago. However, the story became even more interesting when a professor who claimed to be under the name Myron Danus allegedly lead a medical team who conducted the first ever successful head transplant.

As the conspiracy progress, a statement was also released stating: “Before the operation, Horner’s body was riddled with cancer and he had less than a month to live. We were fortunate enough to find a donor body; a 21-year-old man who has been brain dead from a serious car accident that happened in 2012. The boy’s body worked just fine, but his brain was not functioning whatsoever, and there was absolutely no chance of recovery.”

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This Woman Says This is the Primary Reason “Why Fat Girls Shouldn’t Wear Bikinis”.

Why fat girls shouldn’t wear bikinis.

Media's standard of beauty glorifies lean and slim bodies. Only fit-looking women should wear crop tops, bikinis, skinny jeans, etc. Do you think it is about time to stop body-shaming on social media? Any kind of '-shaming' on social media should stop. Anybody should be able to wear what they want, regardless of size, age, or gender.

According to YouTube star Loey Lane, fat girls in bikinis often get mixed reviews. So this featured video points out the most common complaints about larger women wearing bikinis, and what these body-shaming reviews made her realize.

Here's her list of the reasons why fat girls shouldn't wear bikinis (apparently):
  1. Bikinis don't look good on bigger girls.
  2. It makes people uncomfortable.
  3. It promotes obesity.
  4. Big women who wear bikinis are asking for 'feedback'.
Watch Loey Lane's video and let us know your thoughts on this matter.

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Sneaky Crow Hitches a Ride at the Back of a Bald Eagle

Someone’s getting a free ride again!


Remember the fantastic moment when a baby weasel decided to hitch a ride at the back of a woodpecker? The rare sight was luckily caught on camera and the unbelievable images certainly took the Internet by storm.

This time, stunning photos of a crow getting a ride at the back of a bald eagle is making rounds on the Internet.

California-based bird photographer Phoo Chan was at the right place and at the right time when he photographed the incredible moment a crow lands and rides the bald eagle.

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