Earlier this year, a boxer puppy named Duncan was born in the Seattle area with deformed back legs. There was no way to fix it, so when he was 12 weeks old, both of his back legs were amputated.
Duncan's guardians have a custom wheelchair for him, but it seems that he doesn't need it. Because in the month that's passed since his surgery, he's learned to run on just his two front legs.
Now, he runs around on his two legs, going just as fast as a dog with all four legs.
A woman named Amanda Giese adopted him. She says people protested her having his legs removed and told her she should just put him down. Instead, she went through with the surgery, and now Duncan will live a long, full life.
Amanda says, quote, "Duncan is my hero. He doesn't let his unique differences slow him down and he doesn't know he is any different."
Every neighborhood has that one house that gets a lot of attention each holiday season – the one outdoes every other house with hundreds of lights and decorations. The neighbors either appreciate the decorations ... or they complain about it.
Imagine living near the Richards family in Canberra, Australia. They just broke the Guinness World Record for the most Christmas lights on a house. Their unbelievable display contains more than half-a-million light bulbs, requiring 31 miles of wire. And their enormous electric bill sets them back about $2,000 a month.
Some of their neighbors, as you might expect, are not happy about it and have stopped talking to the Richards family.
This is one of those Black Friday deals that people are going to initially buy as a gift, and then decide to keep it for themselves.
On Black Friday, Starbucks is offering a stainless steel tumbler for $65, and it comes with a FULL MONTH of COFFEE. Not just regular coffee . . . you can get lattes and macchiatos and any espresso drinks.
You can only get one drink a day, but it's still estimated to be worth at least $120.