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Stray Pup in Nepal Follows Mountain Climbers to The Top in Amazing Feat – Maybe The World Record for a Dog

After braving wind, snow, and dizzying elevations in the Himalayan mountains, this tenacious stray dog may have broken a world record without even knowing it. The mutt in Nepal began following a group of climbers who were getting ready to scale to the top of nearby Mount Baruntse. The Kathmandu-based peak stands just south of…read more »

Guide dogs help blind man to historic finish at New York City Half Marathon

Thomas Panek is the CEO of New York-based Guiding Eyes for the Blind, an organization that trains guide dogs, and he put some to the ultimate test when they helped him become the first blind person to finish the United Airlines Half Marathon in New York City on Sunday Three highly-trained running guide dogs, Waffle, Westley and Gus, aided Panek as he ran…read more »

Woman gives birth to six babies. In nine minutes.

Well, if you’re gonna have a lot of babies, might as well have them all at one — and fast. According to the Houston Chronicle, Thelma Chiaka gave birth to one set of twin girls and two sets of twin boys last Friday morning at the Woman’s Hospital of Texas.  That’s impressive enough, but then consider that the…read more »

Flintstones house? That’s OK, but those dinosaurs have got to go

Who doesn’t love The Flintstones?  The town of Hillsborough, California, that’s who. A little background first.  For years, there’s been a property in Hillsborough, in the San Francisco Bay area, known as the Flintstones house.  And for good reason — built in the 1970s, its design was inspired by the classic Hanna-Barbera cartoon.  Since then, its distinctive…read more »

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  • Bryan Reeder

    One of my earliest memories was riding in the car with my mom in 1972.  I was too little to see out the window, but I could see tree tops passing by while 55 KTSA was on the radio.  Whenever Saturday In The Park comes on, I picture those tree tops in my mind.  I…
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  • Larry Crippen

    My job is to tell your story. But first, since this is a bio, let me say some things about me. I was probably destined to be in radio. As a kid of fifteen in Dallas, I could often be found talking with other ham radio operators around the world. Money from playing drums in…
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