It all began as a way for 3rd-grade teacher Kyle Schwartz to get to know her students a little better…
As a new teacher, I struggled to understand the reality of my students’ lives and how to best support them. I just felt like there was something I didn’t know about my students.
She’s Selling Roses on the Subway to Make Ends Meet But Never Expected THIS To Happen When a Man Approached Her
Sometimes the kindness of strangers can be so amazing that it’ll leave you a little choked up. That’s certainly the case for this man who happened to cross paths with a woman selling roses on the subway.
He approaches her and asks how many roses she has left to sell. She tells him that she has 140 roses and they’re a dollar each. Wait until you see what he does next…
Freedom of speech and political protest are some of the greatest traditions in the United States, but sometimes they can get a little serious.
What better way to lighten the mood than these clever, funny, and just plain weird signs?
Down with them!
Image: The Chive
The relationship between police and civilians has been in the news a lot this past year and it’s moments like you’ll see here that make it such a hot button issue.
According to the video’s description, an Uber driver witnessed a car trying to park without using a blinker at a green light. The car, which turned out to be an unmarked policeman’s vehicle, didn’t have reverse lights on either, so it’s likely he was double-parking without using his hazards.
The Uber driver casually pulled around and gestured “non-offensively” that the car’s driver should use his blinker in that situation. Unfortunately for the Uber driver, the police officer didn’t take kindly to the gesture, followed him, pulled him over, and then this ensued. Thankfully, the driver’s passengers were smart enough to record…
The officer’s actions are under a “formal investigation,” but his behavior here is unacceptable in any profession, let alone one that’s designed to serve and protect.
In a time when high school sports hazing scandals have been making headlines around the country, it’s always nice to see a show of true sportsmanship that goes above and beyond what you might expect from kids that young.
In the below video, you’ll get a chance to see exactly what we’re talking about when two selfless high schoolers from Vanguard College Prep in Waco, Texas decided to give their opponents, the Gainesville Tornadoes, something special to play for.
Make sure you grab the Kleenex…
Over the course of several hours, one at a time, we see several actors come in to await their audition for a commercial. Little do they know, they are playing their part just by sitting there.
In the lounge area with them is a Black man who, as he says, has only been in Lithuania for two weeks. Because he doesn’t yet know the language, he asks for help translating a Facebook comment.
It is a despicable message.
How the aspiring actors respond to the man’s difficult request is both fascinating and touching…
Back in 2005, Boston legalized “parking space saving.”
What is parking space saving? Exactly what it sounds like. When there’s a snowstorm, if you shovel out a place to park, you are allowed to put your garbage can in the spot when you’re not using it so that there’s a place for you when you come back…
After signs proclaiming “White Power” were recently held high by the students at a high school basketball game in Flower Mound, Texas, Dallas sportscaster Dale Hansen had these powerful words to share…
The Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue began in an era not exactly known for its progressive and positive views on women, and yet it continues. But even putting sexism aside for a moment, the success and even existence of Sports Illustrated’s February issue makes no sense.
Practically speaking, why are people buying this magazine in such huge numbers? There’s a ridiculous amount of competition even just among other printed publications. And then there’s the internet. (I think there might be people wearing swimsuits on the internet.)
But still the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue thrives. Strange.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver explores this peculiar phenomenon…