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A recent visit to San Francisco turned quite eventful for a group of tourists. While they were on a tour bus, the guide started swilling what appeared to be a beer and then went on a fierce racial rant about Chinatown. UPDATE: We have received the following statement from Christian Watts, CEO of City Sightseeing San Francisco:
"On behalf of City Sightseeing San Francisco, I deeply apologize to the residents of Chinatown and San Francisco, for the conduct of a former employee.
Comments made by this former employee on her last day of employment are absolutely not a representation of how much we love and support Chinatown, and every other community in San Francisco. Due to this unfortunate incident, we have added additional training processes to ensure that each tour is up to our rigorous standard."
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Many of us take for granted how easy it is to get around a city. But as this video from Vocativ proves, getting around a city, like New York City, is an extremely difficult task for someone in a wheelchair. It took over a hour for Scotty Hard to get a taxi ride. It's a major issue that many of us are unaware of as only two-percent of NYC taxis are wheelchair accessible.
The NFL has been surrounded by controversy in regards to domestic abuse. That's why the league is now taking a stand, along with several of its players, to progressively stop the problem moving forward. NoMore.org has posted this video featuring Eli Manning, Alfred Morris, Jason Witten, Antonio Gates and other current and former NFL players. Hopefully these superstars will grab the attention of current and future generations and help stop domestic abuse.
Ottawa, Canada is under lockdown because of an active shooter incident occurring. There are reports of multiple shooters. A soldier at the the Ottawa War Memorial has died, according to CNN. The parliament building and others are under lockdown. It is unclear how many shooters are involved. This is footage of the shooting inside parliament.
This isn't art. This isn't taking a stand on something. This is blatant vandalism. This nameless "artist" took a can a spray to a wall at the Whitney Museum in New York City. Thankfully, he was quickly apprehended.
To answer your question Baha Men, it was the "dog inspectors" who let the dogs out...
Rape is one of the worst crimes in society. Unfortunately, there are countless victims of said crime throughout the world. According to YouTuber Steven Crowder, a difference between real rape and rape culture must be distinguished.
The global warming argument really needs to stop. There's indisputable evidence that global warming is real. There's no need to argue anymore. Let's take all that energy and do something else with it. Via John Elerick at JLE.
An investigation is underway after cell phone footage of a fight in Baltimore went viral. The video captured the brawl on a Maryland train full of witnesses. Two young men fought a middle-aged man and tried to throw him out of a moving train. The video was posted to Facebook and caught the attention of the Maryland Transit Administration and local police.
When a teenager on a train in Brisbane, Australia, was asked to take his feet off of a chair, he responded with a verbal assault directed at a security guard's race. The shocking incident was filmed and both the 18 year old behind the camera and the 17-year-old kid yelling the racial insults have been charged with various offences, including assault occasioning bodily harm for the latter. The security guard, on the other hand, has garnered praise for his handling of the situation.
While on vacation with her new husband last year, Brittany Maynard began experiencing excruciating headaches. After several doctor visits, she was diagnosed with grade II Astrocytoma, a severe brain tumor. Quickly, the diagnoses progressed to Glioblastoma multiforme, the deadliest form of brain cancer. The average life expectancy is only 14 months. Even with treatment, death will come slowly and painfully. That's when Brittany came to a decision. On Nov. 1, just two days after her husband's birthday, she will end her own life under Oregon's "Death with Dignity Act." Oregon is only one of five states — including Washington, Montana, Vermont and New Mexico — that have "Death with Dignity" laws.
Thea is a 12-year-old bride-to-be who is set to marry 37-year-old, Geir, and has blogged about her experience leading to marriage. The blog has caused outrage in Norway with many calling police and child welfare authorities. Although Thea's story was just a viral marketing campaign, the other 39,000 preteen girls around the world who are forced into marriages every day are real. The organization Plan used this shocking story as a way to give these girls a voice and raise awareness for their rights in this controversial issue.