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Mindful : April 2015
12 mindful April 2015 An unknown drug dealer may be consid- ering a career change after mistakenly sending two separate packages of high-grade marijuana—totaling 90 lbs and $300,000 value—to a clothing store in Pennsylvania, where it was seized by police. ● With an X-Box One, you can order pizza while gaming by yelling “FEED ME” at the TV. A pizza menu then loads on screen and you can select toppings with a controller or by simply gesturing. Recently, a San Diego courthouse was evacu- ated and a bomb squad was called, set ting off a huge panic. Turns out someone found a vibrating sex toy on a nearby patio. Now that takes “unsafe sex” to a whole new level. Would you like fries with that amen? The McMass Project thinks they’ve found a way to get more people at tending mass: by opening McDonald’s chains inside churches. A man decided to take a few minutes to med- itate while in his car. Unfortunately, he left his window open and a kid reached in and stole his iPad. All rejoice! Kim Kardashian’s shiny heinie did not #breaktheinternet as intended by Paper magazine. Tweets about humanity’s first comet landing out- stripped Kardashian’s nude pics more than two-fold within the same time frame. Bringing new meaning to the idea of “gas- powered,” the UK put its first “Bio-Bus” into ser vice, which runs entirely on human and food waste. Two women in Berlin star ted the city’s first no-packaging grocery store. Customers fill their own containers with their desired quan- tity of food and pay by weight, reducing food and packaging waste. An Alabama fraternity put together an initia- tive to raise money and build tiny houses for homeless veterans in Huntsville, Alabama. Inspired by a German school, first-grader Christian Buck asked his principal to put a bench on the play- ground for lonely, shy, or upset kids seeking friendship. So was born Christian’s Buddy Benches, which, two years later, now sit on schoolyards across the country. Mindful–Mindless Our take on who’s paying attention and who’s not mindlessmindful culture Illustrations by Jessica Rae Gordon Suggestions for Mindful–Mindless? Send them to