911? My Stuffed Bunny’s Hurt!

Lucia I. Suarez Sang, Fox News
h/t Vic on A♠

Two Colorado police officers were quick to respond to a call from a 6-year-old Fort Collins girl who called 911 to get help for her “hurt” stuffed animal. …

Two Colorado police officers were quick to respond to a call from a 6-year-old Fort Collins girl who called 911 to get help for her “hurt” stuffed animal.

The police officer asked what was wrong with the bunny, to which Natalie is heard saying: “A scratch!”

“Should we go find a Band-Aid?” he asks.

While they are helping the hurt bunny, Stratton gave the 6-year-old a little lesson about emergency calls.…

Best Travel Idea Yet!

My late oldest brother traveled by train in India, where the tracks are maintained for old-fashioned passenger comfort. Then he was shocked to take the train from mid-America to the East coast, where tracks are maintained merely for cargo. He said the ride was so bumpy, “I traveled farther going up and down than I did going forward.”

Now someone thinks this is a good idea.

h/t KPIX
c/o Nickarama on Weasel Zippers

I can see absolutely no way anything can go wrong with this transport method or the business model!

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This looks like a great solution!

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Just as long as you have no luggage, not even a briefcase. And have no need of fundamentals like, say, motor or fuel. And everybody can stand for the whole trip.

The guy tipping his hat is cute. Bizarre altogether. But cute.

From Alex at Weird News, where there is a ‘before’ picture.

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