May 082013

Dodgers player Matt Kemp has gone viral, and it’s all because an unplanned act of kindness was caught on camera.

Joshua Jones is sick with cancer was at the last Dodgers-Giants game with his dad last Sunday. His dad started talking to third base coach Tim Wallach, telling him about his son who is sick but loves the Dodgers and Matt Kemp. 

That was all Tim and Matt needed to hear. At the end of the game, Tim gave Josh a ball, and Matt gave him his cap, jersey, and even his sneakers!

Now, video of the scene taken by Josh’s good friend Tommy Schultz has gone viral, amassing over half a million views in just two days. 

“He’s fighting a tough battle and this was such a great gift by Matt Kemp! I’ll never forget this,” says Tommy. 

The story is further featured on LATimes, YahooSports, and DeadSpin


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May 072013

Everyone expected it. After Charles Ramsey saved Amanda Berry and the other trapped girls he instantly became an American and Internet hero.

And all veteran users agreed of all TV interviews, this guy needs to be ‘songified’–as the Gregory Brothers put it. 

And that quickly, in just a matter of hours, Schmoyoho, famous for their Auto Tune The News bit, has published the song Dead Giveaway by auto tuning Charles in his awesome interview.  


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May 072013

Magician Rahat is famous online for melding his outrageous magic illusions with his pranks.

Back in March he teamed up with fellow YouTube prankster Jack Vale to pull off their imaginary friend photo prank

On a busy street Rahat would ask passersby to photograph him with his arm around nobody. After taking the picture, the volunteers would be freaked out to discover Rahat’s friend under his arm. Of course they took the trick picture together before the prank

Now, the duo have teamed up again, this time performing their previous prank in the reverse concept. While standing next to Jack, Rahat would ask people in the mall to take a picture. The volunteers would simply assume Jack was with him and take the picture of them standing together. 

But afterwards, Rahat would claim he blinked and asked to see the photo. Only then would Jack quietly run off as the volunteers would be left scratching their heads as they look at the photo they themselves just took of two men that now only contains one

“But where’s the other guy?” they would ask. “Where’s your friend?”


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May 072013

Track star Derrick Hayes of Columbus High School may have come in first place last week, but the Mighty Cardinals will not continue to the State Championship. 

After crossing the finish line, Derrick simply lifted one index finger into the air towards the sky, but now officials have disqualified his win as it is against policy of high school sports to show any excessive act of celebration. 

Now, the community has rallied behind Derrick and the apparent injustice the high school is enduring. The KHOU 11 news report has gone viral, and is further featured on DailyMail


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