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Mindful : June 2014
22 mindful June 2014 Sometimes it just isn’t worth the trouble: A naked guy hid inside a top-loading washer in order to surprise his par tner. He got stuck, and the police were called. It took them 20 minutes—and a gen- erous splash of olive oil—to get him out. Grade school kids in Auckland, New Zealand are spending play- time climbing trees, skateboarding, and sliding in mud. That’s because the school has done away with recess rules. The result? Less bullying, fewer serious injuries, and better con- centration in class. Utah found the annual cost of a homeless per- son’s medical care and jail time was $16,670, while an apar tment and social worker cost $11,000. They’ve been giving away apar t- ments to the chronically homeless ever since. Homelessness has been reduced by 74%. In Mexico, a driver was pulled over by police in a routine stop. A parrot in the car squawked, “He’s drunk!” Police administered a breath- alyzer and sure enough, booked the driver for a DUI. But he got to take the parrot with him to jail. No hard feelings bet ween them, we hope. Nymphomaniac is a sexually explicit film. Frozen is a Disney animated movie about a princess. When the trailer for Nymphoma- niac was accidentally shown before a screen- ing of Frozen, parents in a Tampa cinema scrambled to cover the eyes and ears of their kids. While still sneaking a peek themselves. ● It’s healthy to mess with people’s expecta- tions now and again: A Swiss organization for the disabled partnered with fashion designers to create mannequins representing people with disabilities. The mannequins—draped in haute couture—showed up in the windows of a fancy Zurich boutique. A security camera in a Ner vous Dog Coffee outlet in Ohio caught a guy helping himself to the contents of the tip jar. Instead of calling the cops, the shop owner and baristas— knowing lots of people are going through hard times—held a food drive for the thief. Whether flying to Boca, Oahu, or Cincinnati, gun owners love their guns so much, they want to take them along. Or so it seems: In 2013, five guns a day were confiscated by security agents at US airports. And four of those five were loaded. Can a refreshing brewski save the day? Yes it can: An off-duty firefighter in Texas came upon a big-rig with a burning tire. He doused the fire using the rig’s cargo— cans of beer—before it could spread to the rest of the truck. A tourist in Australia was so engrossed reading Facebook on her smartphone she strolled off a Melbourne pier. She’s fine, but probably will pay more at tention to where she’s walking than her status updates in the future. Especially since she couldn’t swim. Mindful–Mindless Our take on who’s paying attention and who’s not mindlessmindful now Illustrations by Jessica Rae Gordon Suggestions for Mindful–Mindless? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org