Omaha, AR(DE)- Amazingly the act to end one’s life ultimately
“Steve Huey” was suffering from an inoperable and fatal brain tumor. Doctors had given him only two months to live, so Huey decided to end It sooner rather than face the pain. He wrote a suicide note and then placed the gun to his head and shot.
Later, friends found him on the floor in a pool of blood. They called the ambulance and
within hours, Huey was up and walking around. “His sense of humor was amazing, but
even more amazing is his luck,” remarked his doctor.
The chances of him shooting out his brain tumor are 254 million to one. The bullet missed all of the vital parts of the brain and shot out the tumor. Friends and family have urged Huey to put his luck to good use and buy lots of lottery tickets.
“I tell him everyday ‘go buy a lottry ticket’ and ‘go bet on a horse’, but he just won’t do it. Sometimes he can be so stubborn,” said a close friend. Doctors are cautioning to other terminal patients not to try what Huey did. They say there is no way that they help themselves, they will harm themselves severely.
Huey is currently writing a book and is planning a national book signing tour. Also in the
works, a movie and a sitcom based on his story. “I am a very lucky guy and I plan to turn this mirale into some serious cash for myself,” said Huey in an exclusive interview. An auction is also in the works that will sell the gun, the hosptal bill, and the tumor itself. Any collector will love to own this tumor and should be willing to spend lots of money for it,” added Huey.
Ice Cream Filled Grand Canyon
Mexico City, Mexico(DE) – At the annual conference for the American Citizens For A Better Grand Canyon Group (ACFABGCG), attendees decided that the only way to attract more people to the Grand Canyon would be to fill the natural woder with ice cream. Twenty millions gallons of ice cream will be needed to maintain a full level everyday. It is hoped that this will help Arizona’s ice cream manufacturing plants and a fee will also be passed for anyone that looks at the Grand Canyon. In other Grand Canyon developments, a vote narrowly failed to build an amusement park at the bottom under all the ice cream.