Nov 112013
Powerful Interviews With Homeless People In Atlanta End With $200

After pulling off some shinanegans in Atlanta, Georgia, Andrew Hales of LAHWF and Kyle and Josh of Give Back Films decided to get serious and do some good.  

They found a few homeless people on the streets, and interviewed them about their lives and struggles. 

After hearing their powerful stories, they gave each $200 cash to give them an emotional and uplifting boost. 


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Oct 312013
Growing Up Blind

The web’s most prominent blind YouTuber, Tommy Edison, discusses what it was like growing up blind from birth in his latest video. 

“A lot of people wonder what it’s like growing up blind. This is all I’ve ever known.”

He confesses that his parents wanted him to be like everyone else. They even taught him how to ride a bike, wrapped his gifts, and bought him braille board games. 


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Oct 312013
Celebrities Discuss LA In City Of Angels Music Video

30 Seconds To Mars has gone viral with their nontraditional music video for their single City Of Angels

Instead of simply having the band dance and sing, or chase girls like most videos, director Jared Leto had a slew of famous celebrities discuss life in Los Angeles, and intertwined their interviews with the music. 

Ashley Olsen, Lindsay Lohan, James Franco, and more tell the honest side of fame, fortune, and stardom, and the web is loving it. 

Already, the new video has garnered over half a million views


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Oct 242013
Russell Brand Explains Why He Doesn’t Vote On BBC NewsNight With Jeremy Paxman

Those in the viral community will remember that Russell Brand recently went viral online when he was invited onto MSNBC’s Morning Joe program and completely pulled the rug from under the hosts’ feet. 

The web loved the segment as Brand basically took over the show, helping just one copy on YouTube amass over 8 million views

Now, Russell is again trending online after appearing on the BBC Newsnight show with Jeremy Paxman.

Among many other political issues, he explains why a growing number of people don’t vote anymore–not out of apathy, but as to not be complicit with a system they view as corrupt–and encourages more young people not to participate. 

At first, Jeremy attempts to stand up to Brand’s views, but by the end even he seems to understand.

“Aren’t you more bored than anyone?” Russell asked Jeremy who could only nod. “Haven’t you been talking year after year listening to their lies, then it’s this one gets in, then it’s that one, but the problem continues.”

“There’s going to be a revolution. This is the end.” Russell dramatically closed his interview with. 


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Oct 132013
Stan Lee On The ‘Science’ Of Marvel Superheroes

Stan Lee, the creator of Marvel comics, is no scientist, but one might assume otherwise from the semi-scientific explanations he offered for his superheroes

“I am the least scientific person you’ll ever know,” Stan Lee boasts to PBS.

But as he explains in this trending video, he made sure not to create superheroes that would simply break the laws of physics–like other comic series–without at least some psuedo-science behind them. 


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