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Female Pilot Pioneer Is Still Fearless at 77
Never underestimate the power of a woman! Judy Feinstein, one of the first female pilots, talks about her experience learning to fly like the guys! In her 77 years of life, aviation has always been a main focus for Judy. Flying gave her the independence and ego to do many things in life. Along with being a female pilot, Judy worked as an occupational technician, ran air races and wrote curriculum for vocational trade books. Currently, Judy is working in the antique business. As an employee, Judy refers to herself as "a jack of all trades". She has 3 wonderful children and 2 granddaughters. Judy has no intention to stop working, socializing or keeping up with her children and grandchildren any time soon! Her motto in life: "If you stop, you get stale".

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Best Videos of the Year 2017 | People Are Awesome
From Parkour, Snowboarding, Water Skiing to a guy jumping over an object higher than his head, these are some of the clips you will in today's video compilation. The very best videos of the year as picked by the good folks at People Are Awesome.

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Bill And The Belles-White Christmas
Bill And The Belles-White Christmas
Added: 7th December 2017
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Metro The Painting Racehorse
Many animals are very smart. Like the dog who opens doors, or a monkey who can play chess... But one very special horse has captivated our attention for his unbelievable talent. After retiring from being a racehorse, Metro seemed to be nearing the end of his life. Born with a knee a problem that was the cause of his career's end, he could have been put to sleep. Luckily, Ron Krajewski, an artist from Gettysburg, PA, and his wife, Wendy, adopted him. They quickly fell in love! They knew Metro had a knee condition, but didn't realize how bad. It got to a point where Metro couldn't even go on the trails. A vet told them his condition was terminal, but the horse and his owners didn't take that news lying down. They were going to see to it that Metro continued to fulfill his destiny. After all, he is a very special horse! Ron noticed that Metro liked to bob his head up an down. Naturally, the artist in him had an idea. He put a paint brush in Metro's mouth and beautiful things started happening. Metro was a natural painter! His big, colorful brush strokes would lead him to become a best-selling artist in Gallery 30 in Gettsysburg. The money his paintings earned even saved his life! They had an experimental procedure done which reversed the bone growth. He also donates the rest of his earnings to New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program, which helps retired thoroughbreds find homes and get new careers. This painting horse not only captivated our attention but also our hearts! Learn more about Metro and see his awesome paintings by visiting paintedbymetro.com and www.facebook.com/PaintedByMetro.

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Dogs Raise Orphaned Piglets
Dogs Raise Orphaned Piglets | These sweet dogs LOVE taking care of their orphaned piglets. They teach their little piggies what family means, and they all wrestle together like puppies until they all fall asleep in one big cuddle puddle. Today on Odd Couples, watch them fall in love with Piper, the most special piglet of all.

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