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A drunk man arrested by cops in Wyoming this week says he had traveled back in time from the year 2048 to warn civilization about the imminent arrival of aliens.
But first, a visit to the recent past: On Monday night, authorities in Casper received a call about a visibly drunk man claiming to be from the future, according to KTWO. Officers arrived to find Bryant Johnson warning that aliens would be coming next year and that people should leave as soon as possible. He claimed he was from the future.
...the alleged time-traveler had a perfectly logical explanation: the only way the aliens could send him back in time was to fill his body with alcohol and making him stand on a giant pad.
And I probably don't need to remind you how many selfless people are out there taking good care of our abused or missing furry friends.
Just last week, two hikers climbed up a steep mountain in Colorado to rescue a pup who had been stranded on top for a month.
The hikers had heard rumors of a barking dog in their mountainous neighborhood, so they set out and called for the dog for four hours with no response. But they refused to give up. The couple climbed chute after chute and finally heard a faint bark.
“We got her!” one of the hikers yelled.
The once 90-pound dog weighed just 26 pounds when she was returned to her owners that day, but she is now recovering.
Without the steadfast aim of good Samaritans Trinity Smith and her boyfriend Sean Nichols, also of Alma, it almost certainly wouldn't have happened. The couple, who previously lived in Breckenridge for two years after moving from Florida, read posts on the hiking website 14ers.com on Sept. 20 about climbers who thought they heard a barking dog while completing the DeCaLiBron Loop — Mounts Democrat, Cameron, Lincoln and Bross — and felt compelled to go search.
As the owners of the South Park Saloon nearby, he and his wife, Anouk Patel, put the entire town on alert that the 14-year-old lab-pit bull mix went missing the fourth week of August.