This epic 80s rock anthem Livin' On A Prayer has rocketed back into the singles charts thanks to a hilarious video made four years ago. This guy goes wild when this song comes on while attending a Boston Celtics basketball game. This song has always been a classic since its release 26 years ago whether it be played on the radio or at karaoke parties. It seems to always be stuck in people's minds. Now in 2013, it has made a comeback to the music charts thanks to the dancing skills of a Boston Celtic fan Jeremy Fry. Too funny for words this is a MUST WATCH!more >>
In the first plane crash in 2003, his mother, brother and sister died. He and his father survived. Eight years later in 2011, Austin Hatch, 18, was sitting right next to his pilot father when their plane went down again. This time he was the only survivor.
Hatch's father died along with his stepmother, wiping out the last of his immediate family.
On Wednesday, speaking publicly for the first time since the 2011 crash, Hatch concluded that God must have a plan for his life. more >>
A video depicting some touching and inspiring moments in sports went viral only after a few weeks of being posted. YouTube poster, StayWithJas put together a bunch of clips that show athletes overcoming odds, displaying extreme sportsmanship, or lending a hand to someone in need. These stories help to create a strong dialogue that shows off humanity rather than the sometimes extreme disconnect in sports.
Watch the video below and realize that sports can be a little more than a competition.more >>
A city hall in New Jersey was recently evacuated after an envelope carrying a photo of Tim Tebow was found to be containing a mysterious white powder.
Jersey City's City Hall and Mayor's Office were evacuated Monday afternoon shortly after a mayoral employee opened an envelope containing a picture of Tim Tebow and a letter, as well as a mysterious white powder. The envelope was addressed to Jersey City Mayor "Steven Fulop, family and friends" and authorities argue that the white powder accompanying the letter was made to look suspicious.
A source close to the mayor's office told The Jersey Journal that the letter addressed to Fulop contained "spiritual stuff […] Heaven stuff," as well as a "picture of Tebow." Tebow, who previously played quarterback for the New York Jets before being dropped by the east coast team after a lackluster season, is known for his evangelical beliefs and pro-life stance. more >>
Migrant workers set to begin construction work on the FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar stadiums are heavily exploited and treated like animals, human rights group Amnesty International revealed.
"It is simply inexcusable in one of the richest countries in the world, that so many migrant workers are being ruthlessly exploited, deprived of their pay and left struggling to survive," said Salil Shetty, secretary general of Amnesty International.
"Construction companies and the Qatari authorities alike are failing migrant workers. Employers in Qatar have displayed an appalling disregard for the basic human rights of migrant workers. Many are taking advantage of a permissive environment and lax enforcement of labor protections to exploit construction workers." more >>
A Michigan basketball coach was fired from her position for sharing her Christian faith against the orders of the college's athletic director and for emotionally abusing her players driven by her obsession with her players' weight, a new university court document asserted.
Beckie Francis, Oakland University's (OU) former women's basketball coach, and spouse of the school's former president, defied the school's athletic director's orders to keep her faith out of social media and attempted to control her players' eating habits, reported the "Francis Board of Trustees Executive Summary," Exhibit 3 of OU's Friday court filing,
"[Francis] sent countless tweets demonstrating a total disregard of her direct supervisor's reasonable instruction that she keep her religious proselytizing separate from her activities as Oakland's basketball coach," stated the report. more >>