2 posts tagged cancer
In today’s episode of “Weird News” I cover two stories of the stupidest people from the past week. We see a Grandpa forget that his granddaughter is locked in the trunk while a women fakes have cancer (leukemia) just to get a free, dream wedding.
Grandpa Forgets Granddaughter in Trunk:http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/11/grandfather-forgets-granddaughter-ca…
A 72-year old German man went on a short road-trip with his granddaughter to visit a local lake. The granddaughter said she wanted to ride in the trunk. Well it seems that didn’t end well for her. The senior man was mesmerized by the beauty of the lake and decided to go for a walk. The problem? He forgot his granddaughter was locked n the trunk of the car. Luckily, local people hear her screaming and banging so they called the local fire department. The girl was released and the grandpa was given a warning after police officers saw how worried and sad he was.
Woman Fakes Cancer for Free Wedding:http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/10/woman-fakes-cancer_n_1416186.html?re…
Jessica Vega, 25, was arrested on April 3rd in Virginia and was sent to New York for trial after a massive hoax she pulled back in 2010 to get a free wedding. Jessica had lied to everyone in her town that she was dying of Leukemia and wanted to have a dream wedding with the father of her child before she passed away. The town gave support by donating a dress, rings, a honeymoon and the reception. After learning his new bride had lied about her cancer, the husband divorced Jessica Vega only to get back together a year later in Virginia where they had a second-child together. Now Jessica faces a possible term of 16-months to one-year in prison on charges like fraud and grand larceny.
YouTube is something I talk about often because that’s where all of my passion is. I love everything about YouTube and creating content for people to view. One issue I have run into though with YouTube is my lack of content. Or at least consistent content. Most users that gain notoriety and a fan-base have some sort of content they upload regularly like a show. That’s what im now working on. One idea I have came up with was to answer random questions from the millions submitted to “Yahoo Answers.”
So far Im really liking this concept of a show and I believe once I determine the right formula that works best for me. I can begin polishing up all the details regarding the “Cody Knows” show. Potentially turning it into a weekly or even daily event.