Epic lightning

God Bless America

It happened in Iceland

Texan Judith Streng was captivated by a throne-shaped chunk of ice on a recent visit to Iceland and just had to sit in it. “I thought it [would] be quite fun. You know I always wanted to be queen. I mean, come on, that was my chance.” But the iceberg carried her off, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC]. Thankfully, she was rescued before the floating throne could take her too far offshore. Meanwhile, her son was snapping pictures as mom was swept away by a strange destiny on the ice cold North Atlantic Ocean.

Baby, it’s cold outside

Wendy Lange really didn’t mean it when she posted the message, “I hate Iowa, please buy my house,” on Facebook. The Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC] reports that she was quick to tell reporters that she really doesn’t hate Iowa, “it’s just too cold” and she wants to move to a warmer climate. She said that she had no idea that her Facebook post would go viral, but it’s been reported that the “accident” might attract new interest in her home, which has been on the market for the better part of a year.

The doorbell cam caught it on video

You never know what those new-fangled doorbell cameras will capture. It could be a potential burglar or it might be an epic lightning strike that set a neighbor’s house on fire. It happened in Fort Bend County, TX and a good thing it was, too, because the residents of the home with the video doorbell were able to alert their neighbors to the fire so no one was injured, says the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC].