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MIRACLE!: A Mississippi woman who was shot in the head not only survived but also made herself tea and offered an astonished deputy something to drink, authorities said Friday.


Tammy Sexton (47) remained hospitalised three days after being wounded by her husband, who killed himself after he shot his wife. She is expected to fully recover.

“There’s no way she should be alive other than a miracle from God,” said Sheriff Mike Byrd of Jackson County, Mississippi. –  Msnbc.

TEACHER EXPOSED: A San Francisco school spokesman said a 47-year-old southwest Ohio teacher resigned after acknowledging she accompanied four female students to a male strip club.
The teacher told Edgewood High School administrators that the students, all cheerleaders, asked her to take them to the bar in February, said Bill Solazzo, Butler Tech school district’s spokesman.
The teacher told school officials in an e-mail that she got permission from the parents of the 17- and 18-year-olds to bring them to the club. —— Msnbc.

CAN FIGHT: A 54-year-old man stabbed his 63-year-old brother during an argument in their kitchen over a can of pork and beans, police said Wednesday.
Sheriff’s spokeswoman Cindy Chadwick said the suspect was booked on Tuesday on one count of aggravated battery.
Chadwick said the brother was treated at a medical centre for stab wounds in his left arm and shoulder blade.
Rivera said the suspect picked up a kitchen knife after his brother threw a punch at him but missed. ——Msnbc.

INSEPARABLE: Residents of a northeast Kansas town are mourning the deaths just hours apart of an elderly couple who were married for 67 years.
   Arnita Yingling died in her sleep early on Saturday at the family’s home in Troy. She was 93. Six hours later her 95-year-old husband, Lyle, died at a nursing home in the nearby town of Wathena.
 At their funeral, friends and relatives described the two as inseparable. Some found comfort knowing neither would have to live without the other. —— Sf Gate.

BREAST CHEESE: Cheese made with breast milk has been served at the launch of a new art exhibition in London.
  Mexican artist Raul Ortega Ayala named the show “Alejandra Ortiz-Reynoso”, after the woman who donated the milk, the Daily Express reported.
  The cheese is designed to “explore our first encounter with food, emphasising its territoriality and boundaries”, according to the artist.
  A spokeswoman said: “He makes the cheese in the normal way – it’s just a standard process.
“The women donate the milk to him voluntarily.” —— Ananova.

SNAKE BITTEN: A Kenyan man bit a python that wrapped him in its coils and hauled him up a tree in a struggle that lasted hours, local media said on Wednesday.
Farm manager Ben Nyaumbe was working at the weekend when the serpent, apparently hunting for livestock, struck in the Malindi area of Kenya’s Indian Ocean coast.
“I stepped on a spongy thing on the ground and suddenly my leg was entangled with the body of a huge python,” he told the Daily Nation newspaper.
When the snake coiled itself round his upper body, Nyaumbe resorted to desperate measures: “I had to bite it.” —— Reuters.

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