#RizzNews: Colorado mom scares off bear. Guy Sues Halo Top Because Their Light Ice Cream Looks Like Regular Ice Cream
Colorado mom scares off bear attacking 5-year-old daughter
via WBOY: A 5-year-old Colorado girl attacked by a black bear outside her home over the weekend was expected to recover thanks to the quick thinking of her mother, who scared the animal away, officials said Monday.
The unidentified girl was in good condition at a hospital. Wildlife officials announced they killed the bear believed to be responsible for the attack early Sunday in East Orchard Mesa, a semi-rural, unincorporated area near the city of Grand Junction, about 240 miles (386 kilometers) west of Denver.
Bear sightings are fairly common in the high-desert area, though it's not their typical habitat. Because acorns and berries that bears typically rely on are doing well in the mountains where they usually live, officials suspect the animal hibernated locally and became accustomed to easily finding food near homes, from trash, livestock feed or grills.
The attack led officials to renew their call for residents to secure food sources and use bear-proof trash cans.
The girl's mother told state wildlife officers that her daughter went outside around 2:30 a.m. after hearing noises she thought might be coming from her dog. The mother said she heard screaming and found her daughter being dragged by a large black bear. She told authorities that the bear dropped the girl after she yelled at it.
A Guy Sues Halo Top Because Their Light Ice Cream Looks Like Regular Ice Cream
via ClassAction: How DARE a company help someone eat slightly fewer calories! Lawsuit time, baby.
A guy named Josh Berger from Queens, New York just sued Halo Top for, quote, "false, deceptive, and misleading" labeling . . . because he says their light ice cream looks too much like regular ice cream.
He bought a pint of it for $7 last year, and he found it was HARDER and less CREAMY than regular ice cream. And he says that's when he realized it was light ice cream, and he was FURIOUS.
So now . . . he's suing.
And it gets better. One of his reasons for suing is because "halo" makes him think of the halo over an angel's head . . . which he pictures as yellow . . . which makes him think of butter . . . which makes him think of creaminess.
No really. That's in his lawsuit.
Anyway, he wants this to be a class-action suit . . . and he's seeking a minimum of $5 MILLION.