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  • 'Rib Hero' Saves Rack of Ribs from Fresno Apartment Fire [AUDIO]

    A rack of ribs (and his children) are safe after Fresno resident Robert Wright rescued both from an apartment fire early Tuesday.  The newly dubbed “Rib Hero” was cooking up some ribs up around 3am when he saw the flames break out in his apartment.  After getting his kids safely outside, it dawned on him that his ribs were still inside.  “I didn’t want to let my ribs burn and stuff. I take pride in what I do, man!  It’s like 3’clock in the morning. I was hungry man!” he told local TV station KMPH. Read More
  • Head Lice Increase Linked to Selfies [AUDIO]

    A proliferation of head lice cases has led experts to warn against taking group self-portraits known as “selfies.”   Breitbart News reports that a Wisconsin pediatrician set off a slight panic over the Internet when she blamed selfies for a nationwide lice infestation.  Dr. Sharon Rink told a TV station in San Francisco that “lice can’t jump.  So the only way they can transmit lice is touching their heads together and that’s happening with all these selfie photos.” Read More
  • University of Tennessee Requests Use of Gender-Neutral Pronouns [AUDIO]

    The University of Tennesee at Knoxville is asking students to use “ze, hir, hirs and xe, xem and xyr” instead the usual pronouns that denote gender.  “We should not assume someone’s gender by their appearance, nor by what is listed on a roster or in student information systems,” Donna Braquet, the director of the University of Tennessee’s Pride Center said to WATE TV. “Transgender people and people who do not identify within the gender binary may use a different name than their legal name and pronouns of their gender identity, rather than the pronouns of the sex they were assigned at birth.” Read More