In the bizarre and incendiary decision, Justice Richard Danyliuk declared that animals aren't akin to children and therefore can't be handled in the legal system as such. Richard even went as far to compare the dogs to household objects like "butter knives" just to prove his controversial point!
On Monday, the 52-year-old met with young patients and their families at the Children's National Health System in Washington, D.C. — a First Lady tradition since Bess Truman made her holiday visit to the hospital in the 1940s.
This might be the craziest story to come of the 2016 holiday season yet!
Over the past few weeks, Water for Elephants author Sara Gruen has caused MAJOR controversy with a Hatchimals scheme gone terribly awry.
According to the author, the day after Black Friday she spent a whopping $23K on a supply of Hatchimals, the most coveted toy of the season. Each toy cost a little over twice its original price tag of $59.99.
Per Gruen's account, she hoped to markup the gifts for $189 dollars in order to raise money for a charitable cause near and dear to her heart. Apparently the writer has been quietly supporting an unidentified man she believes was wrongly sentenced to life in prison.
Unfortunately for Gruen, Ebay only allows its users to sell four toys a week. If you do the math, that means the author wouldn't be able to sell out her supply in time for Christmas.
After believing she was destined for financial ruin, Sara came up with the idea to
The product in question is described as a "smooth Los Angeles-area stone—wrapped in rich, vegetable-tanned American leather secured by sturdy contrast whipstitching." Fancy! And it's from LA! Maybe a celebrity even kicked it once!
In case you think this is just a glorified pet rock, well, you're right.
People have been clowning on the object, leaving joking reviews on the website, most of which have unfortunately been removed by employees who take this thing way too seriously.
Still, some of the reviews live on, and they're definitely worth a read.