Never underestimate the power of a dream! When one little girl wanted a horse that would eventually win races, many — including her parents — doubted the possibility.
However, Breana Carsey, an 11-year-old Ohio girl. would not be deterred from her dream of a race horse. She asked her dad for a horse and eventually got one named MJB Got Faith.
While the horse was not bred to race, and barely passed the entrance exam, Carsey's faith in the ability of MJB would not be shaken. more >>
Rock'n'roll isn't just for young people, as one 80-year-old man showed a surprised music store employee. Folks from the "good old days" can still string a tune.
Bob Wood, an octogenarian who has been playing guitar probably since the days of Elvis Presley, decided to put down some beats last October.
Picking up a guitar in the British Audio Service store in Nashville, Tennessee, Wood showed that he can still rock the house, much to the surprise of onlookers. more >>
Ever wonder what people are going to call to mind 20 years from now as music from the "Good Old Days?"
Well, you might get a good example from Main Street, a hilariously talented modern day barbershop quartet based in Orlando, Florida.
Members Roger Ross (Tenor), Tony DeRosa (Lead), Mike McGee (Baritone) and Myron Whittlesey (Bass) perform a musical medley in traditional quartet garb and sound. more >>
Now here's a grandmother whose house you would go over the river and through the woods to visit.
Ann Romney, wife of former Massachusetts governor and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, recently explained "how to be a freakin' awesome grandma."
Given that she has, as of October, 23 grandkis, one would think that Mrs. Romney would be a master when it comes to being a freakin' awesome grandma," or that she would simply be totally worn out. more >>
They're at it again! Gavin Free and Daniel Gruchy, more famously known as The Slow Mo Guys, have given the Internet another cool series of slow moving images.
This time the two Brits take a foam ball, engorge it with water, and spin the sphere in midair.
The goal is to create a beautiful galaxy-like work that the duo best describes as being "gnarly." more >>
What would you do if you saw a kid being bullied by his or her peers? Would you say something? Would you confront the bullies?
UP TV recently conducted a social experiment at a bus stop. With hidden cameras rolling, the network has two kids pick on a third as others stand waiting for the bus.
The bullies constantly trash talk their smaller company, picking on her for any and all reasons, within earshot of everyday people. more >>