It's raining cats and dogs and they need some help.
Even though Hurricane Joaquin will move off into the Atlantic and not make landfall on the eastern seaboard, it still brought devastating weather to some parts of America.
South Carolina has had over two feet of rain in the past few days and it's caused a great deal of grief across the state.
Some of the most innocent victims of the storm has been the dogs and cats that have found themselves out in the storm, lost without their owners.
Well, the https://www.facebook.com/scpetsSouth Carolina Pets Facebook page has dedicated itself to providing a place where owners could report lost animals and those who found strays could connect with the owners.
As they say in the description:
This page was created to give people a broader audience to post lost & found notices rather just on random stop signs and utility poles in the community. We have often felt the concern of taking a found pet to a local shelter and then wondering if we could have done more to reunite them with their families. We wanted to bridge the gap between families who have missing pets and the benevolent individuals who go out of their way to try and rescue them.
Every couple of years, like the Olympics or astronomy-based-end-of-the-world predictions, we get a new James Bond movie. And somehow, its theme song has become almost as much of an event as the movie release. Enter: Sam Smith's theme for Spectre — "The Writing's on the Wall."
The video is fine.
It inter-splices the bare minimum of the footage they can show pre-release and casts a moody shadow over the anticipation of Daniel Craig's return to the character. It also shows Sam Smith looking at ... something.
One special boy got the most boring themed birthday party ever. It was all he wanted.
L'erin Dobra knew her son Grayson loves, loves, loves the Louisiana-based personal injury lawyer Morris Bart. You know the type. The lawyer that makes ubiquitous advertisements with some inane catch phrase in lieu of chasing ambulances.
Bart's is "One call, that's all."
So the thoughtful mother turned Grayson's second birthday into a Morris Bart-themed event.
Maybe it has to do with the flashing lights and music featured in the spots, but Grayson can't stop watching his ads, said Ms. Dobra, a nurse from Prairieville, La.
"He's always been very drawn to Morris Bart commercials," she told Law Blog. "He used to watch ABC and color videos, and he used to love those. But now he wants to watch Morris Bart commercials." When they're not on TV, he watches them on YouTube.
...The star of the party didn't make an appearance. But after Ms. Dobra emailed his office about her idea, Mr. Bart sent her an autographed photo, Morris Bart key chains and a New Orleans Pelicans shirt displaying his logo on the back. The shirt was size extra-large. "He'll have that for a long time," Ms. Dobra said.
She thought of everything.
There was a Morris Bart cake:
There was a framed picture of the lawyer and even a cardboard cutout!
Of course the kid loved it. Kids love everything. Even personal injury lawyers.