A refreshing reward
Two guys got up early one morning recently to clean up after Platte River floodwaters near Schuyler, NB receded recently. And, as fate would have it, they were well rewarded at the end of a hard day’s work, reports the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC]. Gayland Stouffer and Kyle Simpson, parched from their labors, spotted what turned out to be a refrigerator as they made their way across a field as they headed home. The fridge turned out to be chock full of ice-cold beer. Photos they posted on Facebook went viral and the owner of the fridge, Brian Healy, saw the post and recognized it as his. Healy told the Omaha World-Herald that the give-away was that it was packed with the proper ratio of Bud Light beer and Busch Light beer. Simpson promised to return the fridge to Healy, “minus a couple of beers.”
It’s all about the beat
A young 72-year-old Chicago man has embarked on a new career as a hip-hop artist– a field that is ostensibly the domain of trend-setting 20-somethings. But, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC], Arthur Dubois says he is “young at heart” and proved it to the folks at the Haven Studio where aspiring performers get discovered. Andre “Add-2” Daniels, who owns the Haven concern, posted this message on social media: “Today I met a 72yr old producer who makes TRAP MUSIC!! He said the doctor told him to stay in the house but instead of wasting away he used the time to teach himself how to produce beats.” Translation, Dubois is hot stuff.
A ‘house proud mouse’
A retired electrician with a messy storage shed in the U.K. couldn’t figure out how the shed was neat and tidy each morning, no matter what bits and pieces he left about the night before. And so, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC], he set a trap and caught a mouse in the act on video– a “house proud mouse” who lived in the shed and who, it appears, has a penchant for cleanliness.