Lizzie Velasquez: How You Define Yourself
Once labeled \’The World\’s Ugliest Woman\’, Lizzie Velasquez asks questions that touch the heart of the issue: how women define themselves, and how to create your own definitions.
Chinatown jumping joy photo of the day with Qelsey Zeeper!
Carroll introduces the item:
“A German mediation panel has started hearing evidence in a dispute about the ownership of a vast collection of medieval religious art, believed to be worth hundreds of millions of pounds. The Guelph Treasure is currently housed at the state-founded Bode Museum in Berlin. But the heirs of Jewish art dealers who owned it in the 1930s say they sold it to the Nazis under duress. Israel has taken the unusual step of writing to the German government to say it’s watching the matter closely. Our correspondent Steve Evans has been to see the treasures in the darkened vault where they’re on display.”
Steve Evans has been the BBC’s Berlin correspondent since September…
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Find the camouflaged animals!
Animals are great at adapting to their surroundings and blending in. As a result, it can be quite hard to find a camouflaged animal, especially if you don\’t know what to look for. See if you can spot the animals hiding in these photos, if you can\’t, we\’ll let you know.
Instructions: Click on a photo to see where the animal is hiding.
First Bull: “I’ve been here five years. I’m not giving this new bull any of my 100 cows.”
Second Bull: “I’ve been here three years and have earned my right to 50 cows. I’m keeping all my cows.”
Third Bull: “I’ve only been here a year, and so far, you guys have only let me have 10 cows. I may not be as big as you fellows, but I’m keeping all 10 of my cows.”
Just then an 18-wheeler pulls up in the pasture carrying the biggest bull they’ve ever seen. At 4,700 pounds, each step he takes strains the steel ramp.
First Bull: “I think I can spare a few cows for our new friend.”
Second Bull: “I actually have too many cows to take care of. I can spare a few. I’m certainly not looking for an argument.”
They look over at the third bull and find him pawing the dirt, shaking his horns and snorting.
First Bull: “Son, don’t be foolish – let him have some of your cows and live to tell about it.”
Third Bull: “Hell, he can have all my cows. I’m just making sure he knows I’m a BULL.”