Nick Balenger, a high school student from Burke, Virginia, who was paralyzed last summer in a swimming accident, walked across the stage earlier this week to get his diploma during his graduation ceremony.
Other nations may have surpassed America in the fields of nanotechnology and sub-atomic particle science, but until those fancy physicists figure out how to put gravy and cheese on the Higgs Boson, the U.S. will maintain its lead in fast food technology.
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