Being approached by a drunk guy in the park late at night isn’t that uncommon. But KtheScreamer‘s London friend Logan had a much more rare encounter late at the park that has now gone viralviral.
While walking home after a show earlier that night, a drunk dude approached the group of friends and asked Logan to teach him a song. Logan agreed, not knowing that this drunk was a hidden musical gem.
The Internet has become a place where magical coincidences of fortune are beautifully common, and even better, are always shared events.
The latest story comes from Ed Church and the number bid site in the world, Ebay. Back in Montana–and most everywhere else in the Countryland–getting your first Harley-Davidson was a big deal. A coming of age.
Sadly, after thirteen grand years of riding, Ed sold his bike for family reasons. He always regretted that sale.
But one day, while surfing Ebay, there it impossibly was. Right there on the screen. All the specs checked out.
Jodi DiPiazza is a huge fan of Katy Perry like any teenage girl. But unlike most girls, Jodi has autism. But she and her parents were determined to persevere and defeat any obstacle the disability put in her way.
With the help of a special education and therapy program, Jodi has become unstoppable.
How far has she come? Last Sunday she performed her favorite Katy Perry song with Katy in front of millions of people at the Night Of Too Many Stars.
Terrifyingly, it seems the “post an emotional note card video before committing suicide as a result of bullying” trend is continuing.
Amanda Todd was a normal, bright and bubbly fifteen year old Canadian girl who enjoyed meeting new people online. Sadly, using bad judgement, she shared a revealing photo of herself with one of her new online ‘friends’. That was the beginning of the end.
The person spread her revealing photo across the web, and soon her entire school was harassing and bullying her. When the bullying continued even after changing schools, Amanda couldn’t take it any more.