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What does freedom mean to you? That's what a filmmaker asked Instagram users. The users then uploaded a video of them answering. The results are this poignantly beautiful documentary to honor girls affected by child, early and forced marriage and female genital mutilation.
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During Tim McGraw's performance of "Truck Yeah" in Atlanta last week, one fan went in for a grab of McGraw and got 'swatted' by the country crooner. In the video you can see the woman grab on to McGraw's jeans and tug. McGraw responds by pushing her head away from him before she's promptly removed by security. A representative for the singer says, "He instinctively swatted to try and keep them from ripping his jeans (which they succeeded at doing), and so he could get to more fans who were trying to slap hands with him before the end of the show. He didn't know who had grabbed him and was trying to keep his pants from being torn." We got it Tim, look, don't touch.
Burger King created a "Proud Burger" exclusively for the San Francisco Gay Pride 2014. People were curious about the addition to the menu. Some didn't want it based solely on what they thought it stood for, while others were only too happy to give it a try. Watch what happens when people start realizing that's its more about the message than the actual sandwich.
Upon seeing someone filming him, this police officer's attention went straight to the man behind the camera. His actions during this incident have drawn criticism as people believe he acted sarcastic and too aggressively. Police Chief Robert Paoletti told KRCR he is disappointed in the officer's actions. But, be your own judge when you watch this video that has sparked such a heated debate.
Robin Thicke wants to "start the healing" between him and his (soon to be) ex-wife, Paula Patton, according to his new lyric video titled "Forever Love." If that title sounds familiar, it's probably because the Shaytards recently released their own original song and music video with the same name that quickly went viral. Granted, Robin Thicke seems to have recorded his version first, but he made it to YouTube second, and maybe too late. Another thing he might be too late about? Getting his wife back with his new album - straight up called Paula - despite being filled with sappy love ballads. Fans are also split, questioning the sincerity of his actions, and lamenting the deviation from louder hits à la "Blurred Lines." Aside from the controversy of Thicke's situation, however, the animations in this lyric video are rather good.
This "Teens React" episode from TheFineBros tackled the social importance of Jonah Hill's recent paparazzi encounter (during which he used an unfavorable word), and his subsequent public apology on Jimmy Fallon. The incident has stirred up controversy, and these teens discuss the impact some words can have, and whether or not they're okay to use. While the consensus seems to accept his apology as genuine, there still seems to be an agreement that, even in the heat of the moment, you should still watch what you say.
The conversation is hard to make out, but Emma Stone has gone to the source to discuss how the presence of paparazzi invades her privacy. The paparazzo seems to be scolding her for previously refusing to pose for pictures outside her apartment before a premiere, but she counters that her privacy should be respected when she isn't working.
[Note: Audio begins right away, however the video starts at 2:14]
An Arizona State University professor is being charged with assaulting an officer and resisting arrest following an altercation near the campus. The professor and some witnesses are claiming that the officers used excessive force, although the raw footage indicates that the assistant English professor may have been resistant to show identification after she was detained for jaywalking across a road near a construction area. According to The Huffington Post, the ASUPD does not believe there is any evidence of inappropriate action, however, the arrest is being investigated to determine if the police officers used excessive force or were racially motivated.
A pharmacy was recently ransacked by a group of Buddhist extremists in Sri Lanka. Surveillance footage shows the Buddhist group smashing glass display cases and lighting the building on fire. The Muslim victims of this attack suffered damage to their business and several people in the store were injured. This war between Buddhists and Muslims was sparked by a speech from a local monk.
A video shot from inside a home has surfaced on the Internet and is now the center of a police investigation. Two police officers in Wareham, Massachusetts responded to a home after an abandoned child call, according to the man behind the camera. The man announced he was filming but one of the officers decided to reach for the camera and that's when chaos broke out. The residents of the home began accusing him of slapping their mother and the man behind the camera called 911 which has sparked a police investigation into the incident.
Why are women always apologizing? Pantene noticed and made it the centerpiece of their latest commercial. Watch as several career women constantly say sorry in situations where it's not only unnecessary, but it weakens their strength among their male co-workers. Keep you head up, ladies... and #ShineStrong!
This satirical sketch has seemingly backfired on the comedy group that presented it. It makes light of gun violence via fake "sympathy cards" specific to various gun violence related events. Reviews are mixed about whether the sketch should be taken as a joke, or if it's just inappropriate, especially with recent incidents still fresh in people's minds.