I like to think we live in the best country this world has to offer, but then I see videos like this that make me question the people of the United States. A young boy was freezing on the streets of New York for two hours before anyone stopped to see about him.
You may recognize this guy from the 'Do You Even Lift' videos. His name is Vitaly Zdorovetskiy and his YouTube channel VitalyzedTV is known for comedy, pranks, and other randomness. This time around, he used his channel to be a day-maker for a random homeless guy named Martin.
Patience may be a virtue, but honesty could get you a new set of boobs. At least that’s the theory being espoused by an Ohio chick standing on busy streets begging passersby for breast-implant money.
In recent weeks we have seen a rash of reports that teenagers in our area, Acadiana, have gone missing. Luckily, most of the stories end on a happy note as the teenager simply elects to return home or is found safe.
The annual SXSW interactive conference in Austin is sometimes plagued with snail-slow internet speeds (when you can connect at all). But this year it’s been a little easier to find a wifi hotspot: just look for a homeless person. Yes, homeless people are now being used as wifi spots.
A lot can happen in 24 hours.
Ted Williams was recently standing on the corner in Columbus, OH, holding up a sign that read "God-given gift of a great voice." A local paper shot a video of Williams telling an abbreviated version of his story, and soon