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Southwest Pilot Showers His Millionth Passenger With Gifts, Pays For Her Ticket

FINALLY some good airline news! 

John Richie is a former Air Force pilot who said he’s been with Southwest for 22 years and kept track of every since passenger he's ever had. During a flight from Denver to Pittsburgh on Saturday were he took to the intercom and announced that a very important person was on board.

“Today is a special day, ever since I started with Southwest, I’ve kept track of the passengers I’ve flown, and today I’m flying my one millionth passenger.”

The whole cabin cheered and the captain presented his millionth passenger with a bottle of champagne, an autographed copy of her boarding card and an envelope of cash equaling the cost of her ticket.

Nicely done!!!

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These 'Destroyed' Designer Sneakers Cost $1,425


This totally looks like something Kanye West would wear. I could think  of several other things that I would rather spend $1500 bucks on.

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Letting a Baby Play On a Tablet Can Lead to Speech Delays, New Study Finds

Well I was going to get my son an iPad....

Research found for every 30-minute increase in daily screen time, there was a 49% increased risk in speech development. Based on the study's findings, Dr. Birken suggests that parents avoid allowing children younger than 18 months to have screen time until more research is done. They also suggest that if you are to give your children screen time that you should watch it with them and explain what they are watching.

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There's a Major Recall on Aunt Jemima Products


Might wanna check your freezers. Pinnacle Foods, a New Jersey-based food company, is recalling Aunt Jemima frozen pancakes, waffles and French toast over fears of a listeria contamination. If you've purchased any of frozen Aunt Jemima products, you can return them to place of purchase for a full refund.

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Adopt-a-Mom campaign helps single moms on Mother's Day and throughout the year

This is so beyond cool! 

For a $25 donation, sponsors can choose the name of the mom they wish to adopt from a list found on The Ark's website. Then local sponsors donate flowers and cards for the moms, allowing the Ark to place the entire donated amount into a single mothers' fund that is used throughout the year to help moms in need with their financial difficulties.

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