Nearly five million people have seen Christopher Jones' skydive on YouTube. It's breathtaking.

He bails out of the plane - and everything's going great. Until the seizure. After four years seizure-free years, he's cleared to jump.



"Frozen" is more than a blockbuster Disney movie. It's the headline for this record-busting winter in much of the United States.

Any time I hear myself starting to whimper over the long freeze, I think "Boston." Some 100 inches of snow in just a few weeks!

But out of those snowdrifts comes this really cool story. With a big shot of hope to people who've gotten slammed in their life.



He was in the homes of some ten million Americans every night. NBC's TV news anchorman. That voice that millions trust.

Or did trust.

The most experienced, most watched anchorman in the country now faces that worst possible question - "Can we believe him?"



It's becoming a "girlfriends" thing to do on Valentine's Weekend. "Let's check out 'Fifty Shades of Grey.'"

Opening weekend for a movie that's about a young woman becoming the object of a man's sado-masochistic sexual bondage.

It seems odd that it would be something so many women want to see. Especially when our culture has fought so passionately to elevate the dignity and worth of women.



It opens in theaters on Valentine's Weekend. How ironic.

"Fifty Shades of Grey." A 100-million selling book, called by many "mommy porn." Evidently, it's known for its portrayal of a young virgin's seduction into sado-masochistic sex in a charming man's "room of pain." Now a movie with the fastest-selling advance ticket sales in online history.

A friend just told me it's the talk of the women in her office. Forty and 50-year-old women "giggling like schoolgirls." Dying to see it. To see a woman submitting to sexual violence in the name of "exploring her dark desires."



Déjà vu.

New York City - the city that never sleeps - totally shut down. Planes, trains, roads, bridges. Just like Superstorm Sandy a couple years ago. Except my wife and I were in the middle of that one. I'm really good at accepting speaking engagements at what turn out to be crazy times!

The weather folks got it right. They said Sandy was going to be horrendous. She was.



Fifty million of us watched what they're calling the greatest comeback in NFL conference championship history. Too bad so many of their fans missed it.

With just four minutes left, the Seattle Seahawks were down by 12 points to the Green Bay Packers in the NFC championship game. At stake - who goes to the Super Bowl.

It really wasn't looking good. Seattle's usually-efficient quarterback had thrown four interceptions and been sacked five times. With just two minutes left, they were still behind. So fans gave up and started leaving in droves.

A runner

Health clubs and spas love January! Business skyrockets as December bulges turn to January workouts.

A "new year" sounds like a great time to work on a new you. Thus, the infamous New Year's resolution. "A firm decision to do or not to do something."

Sadly, research shows that about 88% of our resolutions won't happen.



Health clubs and spas love January! Business skyrockets as December bulges turn to January workouts.

A "new year" sounds like a great time to work on a new you. Thus, the infamous New Year's resolution. "A firm decision to do or not to do something."

Sadly, research shows that about 88% of our resolutions won't happen.

Seven-year-old survives crashShe's only seven years old. The lone survivor of a plane crash that killed her parents, her sister, and her cousin.

The sheriff said "she literally fell out of the sky into a dark hole." He called her survival "a miracle."

This "miracle" survivor somehow crawled out of the upside-down wreckage of her dad's plane. Dressed only in shorts and a t-shirt. Shoeless. Through brambles and underbrush, this "remarkable" young girl navigated two embankments, a hill, and a creek bed in the dark.

            

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