For more than forty years, orange juice has been transported 1,200 miles of rail from Bradenton, Florida to the Tropicana freight depot in Greenville, New Jersey. For this trip, the GE powered CSX train pulled 41 refrigerated carts of OJ, enough for every New Yorker to have a refreshing glass.
So sit back, relax, and enjoy the conductor’s mesmerizing view of the 48 hour train ride in under three short minutes.
DjirieTV published this celebrity themed video on Sunday, and already it has been viewed more than 120,000 times. For Gabrielle Union‘s 40th birthday party, her friends threw her a surprise party at an undisclosed location in Miami, Florida.
Social media based flash mobs have become more and more prevalent as technology progresses, but there is a trend of young adults using websites like Twitter for crime, not just dance.
The mass robbery technique is famous at gas stations and bodegas, where teens all flock and overwhelm one store at once, making it impossible for the few clerks to control their store and stop theft.
But this new viral video shows that kids these days are becoming more and more brazen in their criminal activities. Police say over 300 people stormed a Walmart in Jacksonville, Florida where teens destroyed merchandise, looted, and basically partied all on Walmart’s bill. No arrests have been made yet.
The brazen pranksters from How To Not Give A F*** go around in public performing socially embarrassing mistakes on purpose all on film.
In their latest video, titled How To Not Give a F*** About PhotoBombing, one prankster walked up to tourists in Miami Beach, Florida posing with a giant thermometer/clock, and put his arm around them as if he knew them. Amazingly, nearly everyone smiles, puts their arm around him, and takes the picture.
The real question is, is it still called photobombing when your ‘victims’ literally embrace you and smile?