Did you hear that the Cubs won the World Series for the first time in 100 years? So did their fans, and they came out in full force this morning for a massive parade in Chicago.
Watching this city support their team is a bit more than we can bear, so let's let the pictures do the talking. Check them out:
When Fidencio Sanchez pushed his ice cream cart to work again on Monday, he showed the world his resiliency in light of several recent tragedies in his life.
Thanks to a stranger setting him up a GoFundMe page to help the 89-year-old to retire and pay for his family's healthcare costs, he is now over $283,000 richer and can finally empty out the ice cream cart for the last time.
Here he is on a Facebook Live session, getting some of the fame he deserves:
Support his GoFundMe campaign here.
Fully Funding U.S. Medicare and Reforming our Immigration Policies are key to helping good people like Sanchez retire with the respect they deserve, because we will all grow old someday.
A Chicago police officer shot and killed 19-year-old black man Quintonio Legrier, and 55-year-old black woman Bettie Jones this morning, while responding to a domestic disturbance call, officials said.
As officers were called to the scene this morning at 4:25AM they were informed Legrier was seen brandishing a baseball bat, and in an evolving confrontation with his father. The officers described the young Legrier as a "combative subject."
Legrier's mother told the press his son was dealing with mental issues and was prone to loud, but never violent behavior.
"My son has seven bullet wounds in him," Cooksey told WLS-TV. "That's too much." Police disclosed the shooting is under current investigation, and has been referred to Chicago's main police oversight agency.
According to Thrillest the waffles are deep-fried in vegetable shortening and dipped in sugar, marshmallow, maple, or chocolate glazes. Add toppings like sprinkles, granola, or chocolate shavings, and voila: wonut! When will the madness stop?
Here are some mouth watering close-ups:
Brb, going to Chicago.