Up first, a Virginia man dropped 80 pounds in 6 months with the help of good ole' Mickey-Ds. The 42-year-old ate from the healthier menu at McDonald's for just about every meal, losing 14 inches from his waist and now weighing in at 199 pounds. His goal is to return to the 185-pound-body he had on his wedding day.
There's a new trend for filling up the gas tank. Many motorists are driving down to Mexico to fill-up their tanks and they're saving money. On average, gasoline in Tijuana currently costs about 3-dollars-10-cents versus the US-average of 4-dollars-and-60-cents. The money saved equals about 30-dollars per 20-gallon pump. However, the Triple-A Auto Club warns US-drivers to not make the trip across the border for gas fill-ups. Triple-A says that the mixture of gasoline in Mexico differs from the formulas used in the United States. More specifically, the company's research center says Mexican gas has more sulfur in it and using the gas to fuel American cars will result in future needed repairs of the emission control equipment.
Time Magazine reported last week that a group of teenage girls at a Boston high school made a pledge to get pregnant and deliver their babie