Fish Fry...Almost. When a burning candle left in a schoolroom in Minnesota started a fire, Dory, the class fish, helped put it out-well, kind of. The heat caused her fishbowl to crack, and the water extinguished the blaze. Thankfully, about an inch of water remained and Dory survived.
Respect Elders. Methuselah, an Australian lungfish believed to be the oldest fish in captivity, turned 65 last November. After receiving a cake and a serenade from local schoolchildren, Methuselah complained of an aching back and the rising cost of prescription drugs before telling the kids to get the hell out of her sight.
Call of Duty. A SWAT team piloted 24' Zodiac RIBs from Washington, D.C., to New York City. Don't be alarmed; SWAT stands for SEAL Wives Against Terrorism. The women, married to Navy SEAL servicemen, embarked on the Bullet Proof Tour to support troops and to raise funds for the Naval Special Warfare Foundation.
Fish Early. A dose of bright light in the morning could raise your testosterone level. Just knowing that higher levels of this manly hormone can build muscle, cut fat, lift spirits, and give your libido an extra kick in the pants should rouse you out of bed for that 5 a.m. fisherman's wake-up call.
Marathon Dive: To raise money for children's leukemia, Lloyd Scott, known for wearing a 1940s diver's suit while running in charity marathons, finally used the suit as it was intended: He completed a 12-day trek on the bottom of Loch Ness, the infamous lake in Scotland. After covering 26 miles in what's being called the first underwater marathon, Scott said he saw no sign of Nessie.