Woman With Down Syndrome Dedicates 10 Years To Handwriting The Bible
Ten years ago, 28 year old, Caroline Campbell decided to handwrite the Bible. She finally finished her longstanding project earlier this month, in front of a crowd of fellow parishioners at Community Bible Church in Beaufort. what makes this act even more remarkable, is that Caroline suffers with Down Syndrome. “I want to inspire people to write the Bible like me,” Campbell said. Caroline has numerous binders of all of her hard work. “My favorite book is Esther,” she said. Read more about this amazing woman here.
Converse Under Fire For Shoe Featuring A Satanic Symbol
Finding themselves under scrutiny, Converse unveiled a new limited edition collaboration with fashion designer Rick Owens, through his brand, Drkshdw. The sneakers, coming in several styles, feature a pentagram in place of the iconic Chuck Taylor star. In a quote posted by Converse, Owens said he has “been using this pentagram for a long time because, obviously, it has adolescent occult associations. But one of the main things that I think it suggests is empathy and a consideration of systems of living that might not be standard. Read more about the shoes here.
Muppets Go Woke Featuring Gonzo In A Dress
In a sad display of the recent “woke culture”, the Muppet Babies have joined the cause. The show dove into the cultural debate over gender expression and LGBT ideology in recent days when it aired a new episode showing Gonzo wearing a dress to a royal ball. “I don’t want you to be upset with me, but I don’t want to do things just because that’s the way they’ve always been done, either. I want to be me,” Gonzo says. The episode received some backlash on Twitter. Conservative commentator Candace Owens said: “I can’t believe I’m tweeting this but.. they are pushing the trans agenda on children via muppet babies.” Read more about the show’s decision here.
Premature Baby Becomes Prodigy At Age Three
Lawson Lundberg was born prematurely in a hospital in Portland, Oregon 3 years ago. He was expected to have significant delays in cognitive development. For the first two years of Lawson’s life, Lawson’s mom didn’t hear him speak a word. Then she noticed a change. “He seemed leaps-and-bounds ahead, learning shapes without us having to teach him, learning words we don’t even remember saying around him.” At 3 years old, Lawson now knows every flag, capital, and country in the world. His IQ is a whopping 151 after getting tested and has joined the national intelligence organization of Mensa. Lawson is among the group’s youngest members. Read more about this remarkable toddler here.