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Best Job Interview Ever! – Shelby Mitchusson (Lose Yourself in ASL)

30 May 2015

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Best Job Interview Ever! – Shelby Mitchusson (Lose Yourself in ASL)

Shelby Mitchusson’s signed interpretation of Eminem’s “Lose Yourself” won her a job and public and internet acclaim. Her passionate expressions radiate through the video which can be seen below, and the video job application for the American Sign Language (ASL) team at Austin City Limits has seen life on YouTube, Good Morning America, Huffington Post […]

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I Dreamed a Dream!

22 May 2015

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I Dreamed a Dream!

Susan Boyle came to international attention when she appeared as a contestant on the TV program Britain’s Got Talent on April 11, 2009, singing “I Dreamed a Dream” from Les Misérables. Boyle’s initial appearance received a skeptical reception until she began to sing. Before she had finished the song’s opening phrase, a standing ovation for […]

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Mum is recording her Disabled Son Running In A Race When She Catches This On Camera!!

22 May 2015

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Mum is recording her Disabled Son Running In A Race When She Catches This On Camera!!

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Blind pole vaulter wins bronze at Texas High School Championships

20 May 2015

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Blind pole vaulter wins bronze at Texas High School Championships

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Real-Life (Army) Captain America Saves Lives of 3 People

19 May 2015

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Who’s Your Hero?

11 May 2015

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Matthew McConaughey delivers a stirring, emotion-filled acceptance speech for Best Actor in the 2014 Oscars for his role in Dallas Buyers Club, noting three things he needs each day: Something to look up to, something to look forward to, and someone to chase, his hero. First, he thanked God, “because that’s who I look up […]

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“I Have a Dream!”

18 January 2015

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“I Have a Dream!”

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“You Beat Cancer by How You Live, Why You Live and the Manner in Which You Live”

7 January 2015

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“You Beat Cancer by How You Live, Why You Live and the Manner in Which You Live”

Stuart Scott was a game changer. A veteran anchor on ESPN, Stuart died Sunday, January 4, 2015 after a seven-year battle with cancer. He was 49. In 2014, he won ESPN’s prized ESPY Jimmy V Perseverance Award for the encouragement and motivation to others fighting the disease; that speech is below. Stuart worked for ESPN […]

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Man who Suffers from Cerebral Palsy Paints Masterpieces Using Just a Typewriter

25 December 2014

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Man who Suffers from Cerebral Palsy Paints Masterpieces Using Just a Typewriter

So inspiring! Having been born with cerebral palsy, Paul Smith is an incredible artist who creates his works of art using a typewriter! Nothing stops him from pursuing his passion.

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Husker Prayer

21 December 2014

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Husker Prayer

Donta Jones insists Vernon Powell, a former teammate, introduced “The Prayer”, a pregame ritual for 1994 players wanting to improve their off-season tenacity and amp up their resolve to win a national title after a missed last-second field goal left the Huskers short the previous year. “Losing to Florida State the previous year with 1:16 […]

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