This is great news!
Spencer Stone, the man who first rose to fame after thwarting a terrorist's attempted attack on a train in France over the summer, has been released from the hospital!
We're so glad he's recovered enough from his stab wounds to be discharged!
Video: Jimmy Kimmel Talks To Another French Train Attack Hero!
As we reported last week, Stone was stabbed multiple times outside a bar in Sacramento possibly after trying to defend a woman from being hit on the street.
Now, though, he is getting healthy again thanks to some great health care, his mother Joyce Eskel confirmed to reporters:
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There's no question that bullying is a very real issue that many kids struggle with everyday of their lives for various reasons. However new research shows that bullying can be just as bad (or arguably, worse) for popular kids than it is for kids who don't "fit in."
While it's definitely true that many kids are targeted by bullies for things that
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Last night the
Food Network Fox News gave us an inneresting take on the UC Davis Pepper spraying incident! According to chemist anchor Megyn Kelly pepper spray is a "derivative of actual pepper."
If she had looked on Wikipedia like any good journalist, she could have avoided that embarrassing mistake.
Bill O'Reily at least got some of the effects right though: "That just burns your eyes right?" That's right, Billy! Pepper spray is just like shampoo. If your shampoo is made of chemicals that burn your throat and corneas!
Fox News: America's fave por-violence news source!!
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Thankfully, something is being done.
Yesterday, we showed you the disturbing and SHOCKING video (above) of police pepper spraying non-violent protestors at the Occupy movement on the UC Davis campus.
UC Davis Chanceloor Linda Katehi said she shared the "outrage" of students and was "deeply saddened" by the actions of the police.
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