Around 400,000 people marched through Manhattan to send a message to world leaders regarding the dire consequences of climate change, and the urgent, desperate necessity of enacting sweeping reforms to stop it. It appears at least 150,000 of those people tossed away their paper Starbucks cups.
New York man gives high fives to people hailing cabs on Park Ave
“No matter what our calling, our occupation or our passion, we have a debt and duty as citizens to both learn about and support our Constitution, and we are obliged to do so above and before all other pursuits, for without constitutional Rule of Law, there are no other pursuits.”
“We would do anything to disrupt the Germans.”
A thoughtful pilot took a brief detour to give passengers a closer look at Iceland’s Bardarbunga volcano.
“I teach them classical music because I’m a classical cellist.”
Maine teen nets rare blue lobster
“To sit down and watch television all day, that’s not gonna help you.”
“If this doesn’t work out we are going to lose our house, [but my wife] and I took the decision together that we needed to do this for ourselves and the people we know.”
Giant whale shark driven through streets of China on roof of fisherman’s tractor A fisherman in China was delighted to haul a giant fish from his nets – until he was told that his mammoth catch was an endangered whale shark, and could not be sold. The fisherman, Cai Chengzhu, was at sea last week in Xiangzhi, […]