Boy sings emotional tribute to his younger brother who died in crash

Boy sings emotional tribute to his younger brother who died in crash

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It’s pretty brave to step up and open up about a tragedy in the family, especially when you’re auditioning for a TV show.

That’s what 14-year-old Fletcher Pilon from the Central Coast in New South Wales did in an episode of Australia’s Got Talent on Sunday. The teenager wrote and performed a song in tribute to his 10-year-old brother Banjo, who he lost only months ago. Banjo was skateboarding when he was hit by a car in August.

Pilon’s touching performance was met with tears and a standing ovation from the crowd and the judges, in awe of his ability to perform so shortly after his brother’s death. Not to mention Pilon has an incredible voice. His performance is absolutely spine-tingling. Read more…

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These people are so dedicated, they voted in the Iowa caucus from California

These people are so dedicated, they voted in the Iowa caucus from California

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If you want to see real change happen in this country, you have to get out and vote no matter what. Nothing should hold you back — not the weather, not your job, not the fact there’s nothing to vote for in your state yet and the only voting is happening roughly 2,000 miles away.

Thankfully, the people featured in this Iowa caucus-themed edition of “Lie Witness News” on Jimmy Kimmel Live aren’t the type to skip voting. According to all of them, they were able to make it to a polling place, get some free coffee and place their vote in a different state’s primary election.

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See how Tesla's Autopilot can make your commute better in new promo video

See how Tesla’s Autopilot can make your commute better in new promo video

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Wouldn’t it be nice if your car could simply pick you up in front of your house and drop you off at work, while you sip coffee and read the news in the back seat?

While we’re not quite there yet, a new Tesla promo video shows how the car’s Autopilot feature can make your daily commute more comfortable

Titled “Revolutionize Your Commute,” the 1-minute video shows a Tesla come out of the owner’s garage all by itself by using the Summon feature. Then, during the ride to work, Autopilot navigates the car, conforms to traffic flow, makes sure the driver doesn’t accidentally exit his lane and, finally, parks itself Read more…

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Ninja kick stops man's car from being stolen in Australia

Ninja kick stops man’s car from being stolen in Australia

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Check out this guy’s impressive ninja skills, which he pulled out when his car was about to be stolen at a petrol station in Darwin, Australia in November 2015.

As the owner walks away from the car, CCTV footage shows the wannabe thief walking towards the car and jumping in before attempting to drive away with it. Bad choice, silly thief. Ninja guy sprints towards the car, leaping through the window feet first.

After the car rolls away slightly, and after a brief struggle, the would-be thief can be seen running off

Watch out for the ninjas.

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94-year-old Irish granny gives sage dating advice

94-year-old Irish granny gives sage dating advice

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If you’re ever after a bit of dating advice, you could do worse than to ask a grandparent – they’ve usually been through it all by their age.

One sage 94-year-old, Eileen, had some particularly succinct advice for her granddaughter Katie O’Connor. “Cheer up,” she told her, adding with a chuckle, “you’ll meet a big man one day and you won’t know what to do with him.”

She also told Katie to steer clear of men from Mayo, in the west of Ireland, because they’re “too small.”

“They aren’t up to your shoulder,” she said with a smile.

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Pranksters pull off a seriously good joke on Goodwill

Pranksters pull off a seriously good joke on Goodwill

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Prank videos have gone from funny to downright offensive and cringe-worth in recent years, so Gus Johnson’s YouTube channel is definitely a welcome addition to the plethora of pranksters in the land of YouTube

Don’t worry, though, Johnson’s channel is basically the dad joke of prank videos — and he gets hit by cars a lot.

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Creepy video of a kid spinning at an unnatural angle is freaking us out

Creepy video of a kid spinning at an unnatural angle is freaking us out

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Don’t try this at home.

In a scene that should probably be in a modern-day reboot of The Exorcist, this flexible kid appears to spin his body nearly 180 degrees while his head remains in place with the assistance of someone behind him. The kid then hugs the person behind him

Even if this video was edited — and it definitely looks like it may have been — it’s still freaking us out. Seriously, WTF?

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Grateful child overjoyed for delicious gift of steak sauce

Grateful child overjoyed for delicious gift of steak sauce

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This kid is A1.

Apparently, this child’s family has a serious sharing problem when it comes to the A1 Steak Sauce because as he pulls out a fresh bottle from his stocking, he declares that they better keep their greasy palms off of it the next time steak is served.

“I’m not gonna share this,” the young boy declares. “It’s very special for me.”

Maybe he should make friends with the avocado kid.

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