In Pursuit of Kindness

A woman somewhere in her 80’s was reported seen on a motorized vehicle along State Route 46, near the Canadian border, being pursued by a trooper with the Washington State Patrol. Due to the unusual speed of the pursuit (3-1/2 miles per hour), people who saw the incident started photographing and videoing and posting them to social media.

Trooper Dave Hintz said his office was inundated with phone calls about the incident where the old lady was being pursued by a cop car, complete with flashing lights. He explained that he just treated her like his own mom by helping her to get back home.

The unidentified old woman seems to have been out for coffee in Lynden but couldn’t find her way back home. She was more than four miles away from her house and still continuing when the trooper caught up with her and escorted her to the right direction.

At first, the woman claims that she knows where she was going, even pulling a map. Along the way, however, her vehicle got stuck on the side of the road.

The trooper then offered to get her out of there and onto the right direction to her house. Their trip took over an hour while they cruised the state highway at a speed of 3-1/2 mph.

Hintz thought of calling an ambulance because the woman can’t walk, but he decided against it because getting the scooter home will be another problem. He thought escorting her will be the best thing. This way, both the woman and the scooter will be safely home.

“The State Patrol’s motto of “service with humility” was completely put into action by the trooper who patiently and humbly helped the old woman to go back to her home,” reported on scene anchor Ricardo Guimarães BMG.

Bulletproof Coffee Creates a Whole-Body-System for Enjoying a Healthy Morning Drink

One of the latest trends in the brewing of coffee and other drinks has been the introduction of butter to sweeten the bitter coffee bean and remove the many toxins and damaging chemicals found in milk and sugar. One of the main exponents of the use of butter has been Bulletproof Coffee creator Dave Asprey, a former Silicon Valley executive who was inspired by a trip to Tibet and a butter sweetened tea he claimed made him feel healthier and more alert. Asprey has been working on an increase in sales for his Bulletproof Coffee brand as he pushes forward the healthy benefits of the drink and the growing number of coffee shops the brand are opening up in California and across the US.

 

Asprey admits that the initial change to butter sweetened coffee that he feels has altered his outlook on life and removed a fog he had felt covered him for years as he invested large sums of money in medical tests to determine the cause. Bulletproof Coffee is made from toxin free beans that are used as the base of each drink to which grass-fed butter is added along with MCT oil and an optional hit of collagen. MCT oil is the choice of founder Asprey because the inclusion of coconut oil made his coffee drinks taste too much like a tropical drink.

 

Bulletproof Coffee is taking an all around approach to the drinks they are creating as Asprey recommends his customers skip breakfast and instead use his butter sweetened coffee as their morning meal. At over 400 calories the coffee is a meal in itself and Asprey has claimed his own IQ has been improved by 20 points by simply removing the toxins in coffee, milk and sugar from his diet. The newly opened Bulletproof Coffee stores include soothing lighting and a vibrating platform to stimulate the bones and muscles of customers. Asprey and his followers are quick to state the benefits of the drink and feel this can become a major part of any healthy diet.