Bill Morgan was a 37 year old truck driver who had gone through a slew of bad luck all in a row, only to finally be showered in good luck.
He was in a serious trucking accident, developed a heart condition, and then even had a worsening reaction from his heart medication, sending him into a life threatening coma.
After surviving by just a hair, his karma seemed to turn upside down. He found a woman, got a new job, and even won a car in the lotto. When the local news were producing the story about his life changing luck, they had him reenact scratching his winning lotto ticket.
Incredibly, the ticket he scratched for the camera was a $250,000 winning ticket! Naturally, he just lost it after that.
Bob Saget introduced the cute video with, “This maybe one of the sweetest tapes you’ll ever see. Parents, get your kids over here to show them this is a good example of a brother helping his little sister.”
In the short clip, a brother’s little sister was having difficulties making it across a small gap in the sidewalk. To help her out, big bro literally lied down across the gap, so his little sister could climb over him to safety.
The cute! It’s too much!
Jimmy Fallon is a big fan of 80′s and 90′s nostalgia. For the latest throw back on his Late Night show, he invited world famous performer Alicia Keys to sing the classic theme song for the 1980′s Disney TV show Gummi Bears.
Thankfully, sketch comedy artists Brian and Maria finally tell the world the truth.
The only reason music videos took were ever produced back then was to sell CD’s and other related merchandise. Now that downloading, done legally or not, is the norm, why would any company waste money creating an expensive music videos to be played MTV?
The only music videos that are actually produced these days are packed with product placement–the only way to get the video funded in the first place–and are all available at the click of the mouse on YouTube and iTunes.
The question should be ‘Why would MTV play music videos anymore?’ …
Exactly. No reason.
YouTuber docarii put it best: “…I think this is going viral… …among people born before ’95… ”