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Bizarre News - Dad and daughter find 2-carat diamond at the park.
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Wednesday, October 12, 2016
Greetings fellow Bizarros:
How's this for luck? A father and daughter visiting Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas took less than hour to find a massive 2.03-carat white diamond.
Dan Frederick and his daughter, Lauren, said they were visiting Arkansas from their home in Renton, Wash., when they went to the park and discovered what has been dubbed "The Lucky Diamond."
The father and daughter said they planned their trip to the park after searching the internet for "places to find gems."
Dan Frederick said he spotted the reflection of light off the diamond just a few feet away from where he was standing.
"Dan Frederick has proven, once again, that it is possible to find large, beautiful diamonds while surface searching. This is an example of a diamond that all park visitors dream of taking home," Park Interpreter Betty Coors said.
"My dad and I have always loved to hunt for gems; we've dug for sapphires and garnets and always search for agates when we're on the Washington coast," Lauren Frederick said.
"Naturally, we had always wanted to go to Arkansas to dig for diamonds. As much as we have talked about the trip and planned it out, I think we're still kind of in shock that we found something as big and beautiful as our 'Lucky Diamond.'"
The family said they haven't decided what to do with their diamond.
The last thing I found lying on the ground was a quarter. And it turned out to be Canadian.
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For the mother in Texas it's not your fault that you have all those girls it's the fault of the donor of the sperm that determines the sex of the baby. maybe get another donor? -Keith
[After 14 kids I doubt she's going to find anybody else to dip his sausage in her mustard pot.]
What the hell is going on in the world when a 19-year-old commits a double homicide and tries to eat one of his victims? Is it just me, or does anybody else feel like humanity, or at least society, needs one big reboot?
That poor, dumb kid. Society has clearly failed him. What he needs is a lot of therapy and understanding, and dare I say it, maybe a hug?
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