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Mindful : April 2019
MF ML Megan O’Grady, a high- schooler and daughter of a police officer in Florida, founded Blue Line Bears, a nonprofit to comfort families of police officers killed in the line of duty. O’Grady sews and delivers teddy bears personalized with the officers’ names and badge numbers. So far she’s gifted more than 450 bears. ● California recently enacted a bill banning pet stores from selling dogs, cats, or rabbits obtained from pet breed- ers, which can be hotbeds of animal abuse. Can a cold-blooded killer learn compassion from Walt Disney? One Missouri judge thinks so: He ordered a poacher, who’d killed hundreds of deer for trophy heads, to watch Bambi at least once every month dur- ing his yearlong jail sentence. The key to romantic har- mony: Don’t drink alone. University of Michigan researchers found US couples in which both or neither of the partners drinks alcohol reported sunnier relation- ships—for example, being less critical of each other—than couples where one partner drinks and the other abstains. Cops in Richland, WA , put a call-out on social media for wanted man Anthony Akers. To their surprise, Akers responded, saying he would turn himself in. When days passed and he didn’t show, the depar tment lamented, “Is it us?”, to which Akers replied that he had “commitment issues.” The series of fake- flirty posts culminated in Akers posting a selfie at the station captioned, “Here for our date, sweethear t,” before turning himself in. A Utah state worker goofed up by emailing a potluck invite to 25,000 state employees, spawning a “Reply All” nightmare—on a Friday, of all days. TGIF indeed. MINDFUL OR MINDLESS? Our take on who’s paying attention and who’s not by AMBER TUCKER illustrations by JESSICA RAE GORDON MINDFULMINDLESS what’s new