“So ... I was texted by a wrong number. I decided to mess with them, now I’m obligated to them," the man wrote on Facebook.
The camp brings teenagers to the Washington region for a packed agenda that includes a heavy dose of fun.
Detroit Hives aims to revitalize the economically depressed city by turning vacant lots into bee farms and urban gardens.
"Comedians can use the work, and people with memory loss can use the laughter,” said the founder of Laughter on Call.
Some people slip $5 in the donation box, and some serve food in exchange for meals. Sometimes, the owners get checks worth $500 or more.
The boy, who lives in Florida, would be part of the class of 2032.
Jeremiah Stamler's work has focused on how diet and environment affect heart health and blood pressure — even when such ideas were roundly dismissed by the scientific community.
"I need to be as helpful and available as possible to my wife in these early months of raising Kensli and Marli," Chance the Rapper wrote.
“Y’all I’m about to be THICK thick,” the tweeter, Bri Hall, wrote to her almost 27,000 followers, before adding “much love.”
"When I told him that his design was being made into a real shirt and people wanted to wear it, his jaw dropped,” wrote his teacher, Laura Snyder.