A horn to toot

Goodwater, Texas - Jeral Pope of Goodwater, earned the right to toot his own horn when he learned that the record keepers at Guinness picked his seven-year-old longhorn, Poncho, for what amounts to two world records. The Association of Mature American Citizens notes that Pope’s steer has the longest horns of any living longhorn and he has the “largest horn spread on a steer ever.” 

A wing and a prayer

Yuma, Arizona - The Dutch airline KLM aims to make the future of air travel eco-friendly by building a plane with no fuselage. Instead, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens, passengers will be seated inside V-shaped wings. 

Let the competition begin

Japan - The Japanese may be known for their prowess in the Martial Arts and the sport of Sumo Wrestling, but perhaps they may soon gain fame for their skill as pillow fighters. 

The Pandemic of Fatherless Sons

Yuma, Arizona - On Sunday, June 16th millions of Americans will celebrate Father’s Day. Unfortunately for many, they will not be celebrating as a whole family.

“In there stepped a stately Raven,” as Poe put it

London, England - They are breathing a sigh of relief in Great Britain. Four raven chicks were born recently in the 1,000 year old Tower of London, the first in some three decades. According to the Association of Mature American Citizens, the lack of newborn raven chicks over such a long period of time raised the specter, in some circles, that the Tower and the Kingdom would be doomed.