Last May, an envelope marked ACT, Inc. arrived in senior Daniel Keller's mailbox. Putting his anxiety aside, Keller sat down on his living room couch, ripped it open and stared at its contents in shock. To his amazement, Keller scored a 34 out of a possible 36 on the ACT - a score that unofficially corresponds to a 2280 out of 2400 on the new SAT - 160 points higher than the 2120 he had scored six months before.
Sitting at a dinner table, the impoverished Hewitt family feasted for the first time in weeks. They slurped down the red, meaty soup and satisfied their large appetites. Once they decided to eat humans, they will never go hungry again.
Everyone pulls the occasional prank on their friends, but not as the tricksters of "Jackass Number Two" do. Their idea of a practical joke is releasing a king cobra on an encaged buddy.