Missing Children Statistics

A recent study has found that an average of 91.000 people is missing in the United States at any time. The study comes from the hand of Todd Matthews, who works at the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUS), which consists of an archive database of missing people in America.

The study has been made due to the recent disappearance of Hannah Graham, a woman from Charlottesville, Virginia which directed the attention towards the high number of missing people all across the country. The FBI’s National Crime Information Center shows that of the 83,956 people currently missing, 50,000 are adults. The missing children statistics show that 33,387 out of the 83,956 are children under 18 years old.  

Regarding gender, there are more men missing (43,000) than women (40,000). While 47,000 are white or Hispanic and 28,000 are black. These numbers are really high if you consider the numbers of the population in the country.  

If you know someone missing, then you should call 911 as soon as possible. There is no time period which you should wait for reporting someone missing. Also, you can report a disappearance at the NamUs.  

Blue Moon Beer

MillerCoors, the famous company of beer has claimed that blue moon beer is, despite many rumors, a truly, authentic American craft brew. So, for all beer snobs out there, please show respect.

The message from the famous brewery comes from a very popular rumor that was spread while ago. People claimed that Blue Moon was nothing more than a product made by a huge brewer and claimed to be artisanal just to take advantage of the newest and most attractive market: the consumers of authentic artisanal beer.  

 
Thus, Blue Moon is not holding back its produce due to the misconceptions regarding its quality. In fact, they are actually fighting back by adding a more artisanal brewery to its produce and even including a beer mixed with a wine hybrid. Also, this beer comes from a brewmaster whose expertise comes from Belgium. They want to take credit in popularizing the market of craft beer. 

 
Tom Long, MillerCoors Chief Executive said: “As Americans, we should all be proud of a beer that is both artisanal and popular.”. So, next time you consider saying something regarding craft beer you should totally double check the information.