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Disabled Young Man Helps Bus Driver Fight Off Knife-Wielding Man

A disabled young man showed extraordinary courage when he helped a bus driver deal with a criminal.

With all the cynicism and suspicion going on in the world, we are often taken by surprise when complete strangers go out of their way to help out people in trouble. It seems to be even more unbelievable for us when we hear stories about individuals who risk their lives just to do something good. Their selfless acts often baffle us. It’s really quite tragic that we don’t have more faith in the goodness of people.

Writer Charles de Lint said, “I don’t want to live in the kind of world where we don’t look out for each other. Not just the people that are close to us, but anybody who needs a helping hand. I cant change the way anybody else thinks, or what they choose to do, but I can do my bit.”

The young man showed great courage.

The young man showed great courage.

De Lint’s words definitely come to mind when you watch a clip from this closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage shared on the Facebook page, Real Fights Caught on Camera.

The CCTV footage was recorded last September 20, 2015. It shows a man wearing a hoodie attempting to overpower the bus driver. The man in the hoodie pulls out a knife. Watch how the bus driver fights back and when the disabled young man steps in to help him.

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After just 12 hours of being posted on the Real Fights Caught on Camera Facebook page, the video clip has been viewed 7.9 million times and shared 120,688 times. The video clip also got over 8,000 comments, most (if not, all) of them praising the disabled young man for doing what he could in helping the bus driver drive away the knife-wielding man.

Most of us would have been afraid to intervene in a situation that could easily have gotten deadly. However, the selflessness and bravery of the disabled young man should remind us that we have the duty to help out those who are in danger or in need.

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15-Year-Old Romanian Boy Who’s 7’6″ Tall Attracts Attention of NBA Scouts

Robert Bobroczky, 15, from the city of Arad in Romania is turning 16 years old next month and will most likely still grow even taller.

Robert Bobroczky, 15, from the city of Arad in Romania is turning 16 years old next month and will most likely still grow taller than his current height of seven feet and six inches. That said, it's no wonder why athletic scouts from the US-based National Basketball Association (NBA) have reportedly been taking note of the developments in his basketball skills since he was around 13 years old.

In a November 2015 article in The Washington Post, Oliver Macklin had this to say about the tall teen: "Bobroczky plays for U-16 Stella Azzurra, a basketball academy in Rome, which produced Andrea Bargnani, the No. 1 pick in the 2006 NBA Draft. His giraffe-like frame makes it hard for him to run the floor, but once he gets position in the paint, watch out."

Could he become an NBA superstar?

Could he become an NBA superstar?

Source: USA Today

Bobroczky is currently tagged as "The Tallest Teen in Europe." Apparently, the gene for great height runs in the teen's family. His father, Zigmond, is seven feet and one inch tall and is also a former basketball player....

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Top 10 Muhammad Ali Ads

Throughout his illustrious career and even after he retired, boxing legend Muhammad Ali reigned as an elite product endorser.

Elite athletes like boxing legend Muhammad Ali are tapped by various companies to endorse their products. A gold medalist in the 1960 Olympics, Ali had gone on to a professional boxing career with 61 fights. He won 56 of the said fights. Out of his 56 wins, 37 were all by knock out. It's no wonder he was tagged as one of the greatest boxers of all time. He continued to get product endorsements decades after his retirement in 1981.

Ali passed away on Friday, June 3, 2016, at a hospital in Phoenix, Arizona. He was knocked out by a respiratory illness, a condition that was complicated by his Parkinson's disease.

Ali added value to several brands.

Ali added value to several brands.

During his illustrious career, Ali starred in high-profile ads for the biggest companies around. In fact, Ali's image is so lucrative that even when he had been retired for years, certain companies still wanted to use his image in their ads. The value of Ali's name seemed to increase over the years even when he had already been away from the limelight for decades....

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Woman From India Gives Birth to Her First Child at The Age of 72

Indian woman becomes a mom for the first time through successful IVF treatment.

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Daljinder Kaur and her husband, 79-year-old Mohinder Singh Gill, finally had baby Arman following a successful in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment using donor eggs at a fertility clinic in Haryana.

Anurag Bishnoi, an embryologist and the owner of the National Fertility Test Tube Baby Center located in Hisar, believes Kaur is at least 72 years of age.

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“She has said she is five to seven years younger than her husband, and his birth certificate shows he was born on 12/04/1937,” he said....

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