GOOD DAY FOR:
Divers rescue a little boy's teddy bear from the depths of the sunken Costa Concordia cruise ship after the boy's father reported his son couldn't sleep without it. [Newser]
A study finds that people who say that they "feel well," as opposed to complaining about their health, have a lower risk of dying prematurely. [Daily Mail]
Crisply rendered Angry Birds
An anonymous Apple employee says Apple's next iPad will have a "truly amazing" screen. [Business Insider]
BAD DAY FOR:
New York City's Department of Environmental Protection announces it will offer tours of its sewage treatment plant on Valentine's Day. [Huffington Post]
A man takes a gun to his daughter's laptop after she posted a Facebook status update complaining about her chores. [Mashable]
Doping and driving
New research suggests that driving while under the influence of marijuana nearly doubles the risk of a fatal accident. [TIME]
For more winners and losers see: Good day, bad day: February 9, 2012
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