Category Archives: Television
I cried like a little baby. This is amazing.
One cannot help but be moved to tears by this amazing young man; Sung-bong Choi.
When Sung-bong decided to sing on the Talent Show “Korea‘s Got Talent” he had no idea that he would win the hearts of millions all over the world!
His story of his childhood is so moving that even the judges had a hard time keeping their composure.
He told the judges that even though he didn’t think he could sing very well, he sang because it made him happy.
They couldn’t have been more surprised.
- [VIDEO] The Human Dolphin: Unbelievable (practikel.com)
- Amog Presents: How to feed the homeless (amog.com)
- Korea’s Got Talent! Sung-bong Choi! (meddlingmom.wordpress.com)
- Two Charged After They Videotape Themselves Beating Homeless Man (dreamindemon.com)
- Choi Sung Bong confesses that he tried to commit suicide (allkpop.com)
Seeing a man commit such a heinous act, unprovoked, is insanely shocking. The video is 11 minutes long, but includes the victim escaping from the room and the suspect seemingly unfazed by the incident that had just occurred.
All of this took place at the Bakırköy Mental and Neurological Diseases Hospital in June of 2011. Dalakli had been experiencing nightmares after witnessing many of his friends being murdered while involved in the fight against the Mardin terrorist organization, while serving in the army. What a tragic series of events.
- Man missing from Halifax psychiatric hospital (cbc.ca)
- [VIDEO] Turkish 14-Day-Old Infant Rescued From Being Beneath Rubble For 2 Days After Quake (practikel.com)
- Turkish rapevictims are recommended to marry their rapists… (destinationcyprus.wordpress.com)
- Psychiatric exam ordered for Calgary man accused of slashing baby son (theglobeandmail.com)
Professor Irwin Corey was not only an intellectual, but he was also a comedian, actor and liberal activist. He has been patrolling Manhattan’s East 35th Street for 17 years, collecting small amounts of money from the people who unknowingly gave to a once very well-known man.
In fact he is not even homeless, despite his scruffy, scrawny appearance, but has an apartment in an affluent area of New York which he believes to be worth $3.5million.
His reasons for posing as a homeless down-and-outer and hassling drivers for change are two-fold: Since his wife of seventy years Fran died in May he said it helps beat the loneliness.
Since he doesn’t need the money, he donates all of his earnings, sometime even $250/day, to a charity located in Cuba that buys medical supplies for the children there.
He has had a career since a VERY young age, and has worked alongside many well-known personalities, such as Jackie Gleason and Woody Allen. He also appeared on The Late Night with David Letterman. He hasn’t stopped yet and still continues to perform.
Mr Corey has cultivated his ‘professor’ charade since the 1940s, with his trademark black tails, a string tie, high-top sneakers and scarecrow hairdo.
Though his stage persona is known more of its witty one-liners, put down of hecklers and nonsensical observations, he is mild-mannered to those who give him money on the street, always expressing gratitude and telling them: ‘See you later, alligator.’
Mr Corey has travelled to Cuba to donate personally, he said, and has photographs on his wall with Fidel Castro, alongside one of him on the David Letterman show in 1982, and with the likes of the comedian Dick Gregory and the actor Ossie Davis.