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It’s so nice to see people in China coming together to save a man from being eaten alive. Oh wait, that doesn’t happen? Anyway…
This incident took place in Guangzhou, China, when a retired teacher attacked a younger man after getting into a disagreement about a seat on the subway. A female passenger took the video and uploaded it to a Chinese website, Sina Weibo.
The older man, a 67-year-old who has been identified only as “Chen,” boarded the subway at around 8:30 a.m., according to Sina.com. The younger man, a 28-year-old identified as “Wu,” reportedly shoved Chen out of the way as he scrambled to get a seat.
Chen was apparently upset that Wu wasn’t respecting his elders and resulted to punching the young man as the fight got heated. The witness said that people tried to break it up at first, but it soon got so violent that many people were too afraid to intervene.
Both men suffered minor injuries and apologized for their actions. It seems as though no illegal drugs were involved during this attack.
If for any reason, the video below doesn’t work or was removed, please click here: NEW ZOMBIE ATTACK ON SUBWAY [Warning Graphic] (Low)
On March 25th, 2012 a teenaged girl was talking on the phone, when suddenly the sidewalk below her gave way. Wang Wei was a taxi driver in the area, who witnessed the collapse and came to check on the young girl.
“I called out to her but she didn’t respond. After I shook her a little, she came to,”Wang told the Telegraph.
After a short time, emergency came to their aid and were able to get both Wang and the young girl out of the 19-foot hole that had been created.
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- GMA News video of the newly discovered Sinkholes in Cebu (cebulive.wordpress.com)
- A Sinkhole (twobairdsproofit.wordpress.com)
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- Family sues UDOT over teen’s death at sinkhole ()
- This Russian town is plagued by massive, spontaneous sinkholes [Holy Crap Wtf] (io9.com)
Chinese Crowd Lifts SUV to Rescue Run Over Child in Wenzhou
This video comes just months after the video that shocked many people across many countries of passer-by’s in China who avoided Yue Yue, a 2-year-old girl after she was ran over…twice. It is literally like you are watching two completely different groups of people that have opposing beliefs as far as morals and compassion are concerned. Well, in fact, they are.
This video shows a 5-year-old girl who is protesting going to Kindergarten. Her mother (I’m assuming) gets fed up with her attitude and resistance and walks away while she throws a temper tantrum in the middle of the street. Quickly after she walks away, an SUV drives her way and runs over the small girl. Yet, in this video as opposed to the video of Yue Yue, the woman immediately stops. Around 16 people, including the young girl’s mother, came to help lift the SUV and remove the girl from underneath. Although she was taken to the hospital, they found no injuries and released her to go to school.
People walked by when Yue Yue needed help and she ended up dying because of the injuries that were inflicted as well as the delayed response to helping her out. And, however, this girl lived because of the urgency that 16 people who were around had at the time. This is incredibly sad and difficult to understand.
- Another child run over in China is caught on camera, this time crowd rushes to lift SUV off of her (news.nationalpost.com)
- Watch: Girl Hit by SUV, Walks Away (abcnews.go.com)
- Bystanders Lift SUV Off Man (myfoxny.com)
- Video: SUV Runs over Little Girl (myfoxphoenix.com)
- Police search for SUV that ran down firefighter in San Francisco (mercurynews.com)
I love hearing stories about animals that are gay. Not only does it go to show that the urge to have a partner of the same-sex is not just something that comes from having a choice in the matter, but also shows how religion has nothing to do with their choice in lifetime partners.
A gay penguin couple at the Harbin Polar Land in northern China wanted a baby so bad that they resorted to stealing the eggs of other penguins—bad birds! Bad, naughty birds! So to appease their parental instincts, the zookeepers inadvertantly replicated the plot of And Tango Makes Three by giving the couple a newly hatched chickling—one from a pair of twins that the mother had trouble caring for.
See? Gay adoption works miracles, even in the animal kingdom!
Zookeepers say male penguins can care for a chick just as well as a female and that the chick will most likely grow to recognize the gay penguins as its parents. But we have another question: why is it that of all the animals in all the zoos worldwide, that we only keep hearing about gay penguin couples? It’s weird, right?
Way to go penguins! Without even knowing what you’re doing, you’re standing up and fighting for gay rights in humanity. That is fucking awesome. Now Mitt Romney and other like him can stop saying that this is a choice, because animals don’t really make many decisions as far as how they should spend their days or who should be involved in their lives. Animals follow a pretty strict guideline as far as what they do and who they do it with. And how damn adorable that they wanted a child so bad, they stole another penguins?! This is how homosexual humans feel, except very few people are as willing to give them children because there is a lack of either masculinity or femininity in a single household. Pathetic.
- Gay penguins no more: Buddy and Pedro find female partners, zookeeper says (vancouversun.com)
- ‘Gay’ Penguin Pair Adopts a Baby Chick in China (newsfeed.time.com)
- Gay Chinese Penguin Couple Gets A Chick, Keeps Faggy Arctic Birds In News Cycle (queerty.com)
- China’s ‘Gay’ Penguins Given Baby Chick To Care For (VIDEOS) (huffingtonpost.com)
- Gay Penguins Allowed To Be Gay Together AFTER Impregnating Female Penguins (practikel.com)
Debbie McCann, 48, had never visited Italy and had a strong Glaswegian accent before suffering a stroke that would forever changed the way she spoke. For the first few weeks after the incident, she had completely lost the ability to speak, and as it came back, it was coming back in an Italian voice that she had never heard and didn’t recognize.
‘For the first two weeks, I couldn’t speak and it was very frustrating,’ said Ms McCann.
‘When my voice came back, I sounded Chinese. I couldn’t believe it.
‘Now, people say I sound more like I’m from Italy, yet, I’ve never been to either of those countries.’
‘I’m having speech therapy and every day I wake up hoping my old voice will be back’, she said.
‘We laughed about it in the beginning but it’s become a nightmare for me.’
She said it’s only now she feels brave enough to go out on her own.
The grandmother-of-two added: ‘It’s made me very embarrassed to speak to people. I only go shopping where I used to work because everyone knows me there.
‘Otherwise I’m constantly having to explain myself.
‘I don’t like speaking on the phone. When I called the Job Centre to apply for disability allowance, the lady asked me where I was from.
‘I said Glasgow and she said: ‘No, where are you from originally?’ I had to explain to her I had Foreign Accent Syndrome.