These Neo-Nazis Have No Idea This Little Town Is Tricking Them Into Defeating Themselves

Nov 17, 2014 By Abraham 0

This past weekend, to the chagrin of the entire town, busloads of Neo-Nazis descended on Wunsiedel in Germany. There is nothing the town can do to stop the hate group’s annual march that they hold there.

But some creative thinkers realized, while they can’t legally deny the Neo-Nazis, they can make it work against them.

With the help of sponsors and regular folks making smaller donations, the town turned the hateful march into a walkathon in support of EXIT Germany, a charity that helps people get out of extreme right wing organizations like the ones putting the Wunsiedel march on.

For every meter that the Neo-Nazis marched, 10 Euros was donated to this initiative that stands strongly against them. They raised 10,000 Euros. Good for them.

Watch as they see that every step they take is supporting their defeat…

(Turn on closed captioning for English subtitles.)

This Male TV Host Wore the Same Clothes Every Day for a Year. Do You Think Anyone Noticed?

Nov 17, 2014 By Joey White 0

Last year, Australian journalist Lisa Wilkinson became just the second woman to present Australia’s distinguished Andrew Olle Media Lecture. In her speech, she noted some of the difficulties faced by women in her industry, particularly regarding their fashion.

After hearing Wilkinson’s speech, her cohost on Australia’s Today show, Karl Stefanovic, decided to do an experiment, but it was a secret experiment. Every day, to see if anyone noticed, he began to wear the exact same suit.

After several days, no one had commented, despite the fact that, not only was it the same suit, it was a cheap Burberry knock-off. He decided to keep the experiment going.

He eventually told Wilkinson and one other colleague, but nobody else knew…

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Finally, after an entire year of wearing the same blue suit all but a few days when he was getting it dry-cleaned, Stefanovic quietly noted what he’d been doing in an interview this past weekend.

Over the course of the last year, Stefanovic says he has not received a single email or comment from anyone about the suit he’s been wearing. Meanwhile, Wilkinson continues to receive regular criticism over her apparel.

Stefanovic notes,

“I’m judged on my interviews, my appalling sense of humor – on how I do my job, basically. Whereas women are quite often judged on what they’re wearing or how their hair is … that’s [what I wanted to test].”

With a year of silence over his suit, there’s no doubt Stefanovic’s test has been a resounding success…or, perhaps more accurately, a giant failure.

Old Italian Cook Can’t Say “Worcestershire” to Save His Life…but He Keeps on Trying

Nov 17, 2014 By Abraham 0

Chef Pasquale has a show on YouTube where he shares “Genuine Italian recipes [he's] learned over the years.”

Recently, though, he took a break from regular programming to share some bloopers after filming an episode where he had to say “Worcestershire sauce”…

Dad Puts on a Spider-Man Suit and American Accent to Thrill His Dying Son on His 5th Birthday

Nov 17, 2014 By Abraham 0

Jayden Wilson is a typical 5-year-old — he LOVES Spider-Man.

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But unlike most other 5-year-olds, it’s unlikely he will make it to another birthday after the one he just had. He was recently diagnosed with a brain stem tumor and does not have long to live.

But this tragic news can’t keep mom and dad from providing him with the happiest life possible. In fact, it is all the more motivating to make the most of the time they have.

So for his 5th birthday, dad had a Spider-Man suit custom made and when Jayden came out the front door, he leapt off the roof to come see him in character as the boy’s favorite superhero.

Dad pulled the ruse off perfectly, even using an American accent so Jayden wouldn’t know it was him…

As you see in the video, The Amazing Spider-Dad didn’t just stop by to say hello. He actually stayed for the whole party…

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British Cop Shows How to Be an Angry Cop Without Being a Jerk About It

Nov 17, 2014 By Abraham 0

After a motorcyclist got caught speeding and doing a wheelie by a cop on horseback, the officer asked if he was recording. The very polite driver said yes and offered to turn the camera off. The policeman said no, leave it on, so everyone can see the tongue-lashing he was about to receive.

But for all the officer’s severity, he treated the offending driver in a way we would all be lucky to be treated the next time we’re pulled over…

So why did the motorcyclist share this? It’s simple. He says…

Reason I shared it is because the police officer told me to show to my friends.

This Teen Waited 19 Years to Have a Family. It’s Never Too Late to Be Loved or Belong…

Nov 17, 2014 By Megan Berman 0

All 19-year-old Logan Hunt ever wanted was a family. He grew up in the foster care system after being given up for adoption as a toddler. He survived a failed adoption as a child and never felt as though he belonged anywhere. When Logan, whose legal name was Seth Miller, aged out of the system last year, he ended up homeless, alone, and living in a car. “Everything around me was pretty much empty,” he says.

But then last year, when a local news channel interviewed him for a story, Seth’s court-appointed special advocate found the couple who had adopted his biological sister and encouraged them to meet Seth. Although at first they were unsure, Robert and Ara Hunt eventually let their daughter Shyann meet the brother she never knew existed.

From that moment on, the Hunts knew that Seth belonged with them. Ara Hunt says…

I’ve had to tell him many times, “I’m sorry for not finding you sooner. I wish I had. I wish I knew about you, because I would have gotten you the minute you were born.”

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This Paraplegic Vet and His Friends Rigged Up a Beautiful Surprise for His Bride

Nov 17, 2014 By Megan Berman 0

How could this paraplegic groom make his new wife’s wedding day even better?

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By giving her the biggest surprise of her life — dancing on his own two feet for their first dance.

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Sgt. Joe Johnson was paralyzed from the chest down in a motorcycle accident, shortly after returning from Afghanistan. Suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, he rode motorcycles for the rush, but suffered a spinal cord injury and has been confined to a wheelchair after a bad crash. He explains…

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This Mama Cat Ignored Her Predator’s Instinct to Nurture 3 Unlikely Foster Babies

Nov 15, 2014 By Megan Berman 0

Kit Kat had just become a mama for the second time and was nursing her litter a few years ago when a neighbor brought her three more babies to feed… Baby squirrels. They’d fallen out of a tree and been abandoned.

So what did Kit Kat do with the defenseless little additions? Well, seeing as cats usually hunt squirrels, you might be surprised…

The happy little family, 3 squirrel pups bigger, snuggled and washed each other. And when Kit Kat needed a break, the squirrels’ feline siblings babysat!

Via: The Animal Rescue Site

Neil deGrasse Tyson Answers 1st-grader’s Brilliant Question. Life Just Got Harder for Parents.

Nov 14, 2014 By Abraham 0

After a recent lecture, a little girl got a chance to ask Neil deGrasse Tyson a question — “How can first-graders help the earth.”

After taking a moment to think, Tyson had his answer. It’s simple, insightful, true, and even a little inspiring… So that’s good, right?

Yeah, except that it’s also a real pain to put into practice.

Thanks a lot, Neil.

The Best Christmas Ad You’ll See Today Recreates Christmas Eve On a WWI Battlefield

Nov 13, 2014 By Joey White 3

Throughout Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in 1914, German and British troops along the Western Front laid down their arms and met on the field of battle for a game of soccer, a gift exchange, or just to share a smoke in an incredible display of humanity…

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This Christmas advertisement for UK supermarket chain Sainsbury’s tells the touching story of the Christmas truce that occurred a century ago…

The time and effort Sainsbury put into ensuring historical accuracy is phenomenal. In another video explaining the behind the scenes, they note…

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