****They do say the word Smart@ss**** If that offends do not watch this video!
A fireman comes to the rescue in real-life too! Enjoy!
If you want to help with a donation there is a FB page set up for them and a Regions bank account too. Click below for the information!
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There is also a Regions account set up in their aunts name (Neketa Shepard) that # is 0197545430.
Their Facebook page has more information!
Scientists at MIT believe they've created the world's HARDEST TONGUE TWISTER. They engineered it based on their research into which phonic combinations cause people the most difficulty.
And the result is:
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Pad kid poured curd pulled cod.
(There was some confusion online about whether the last word was "cold" or "cod." A lot of reporting said "cold." But the actual press release says "cod," and we talked to the head researcher, who confirmed that.)
One of the researchers says, quote, "If anyone can say this phrase 10 times quickly, they [deserve] a prize."
Click on his photo to read about him buying a $10,000 engagement ring for a soldier back from Iraq! Below his photo read how Paul assisted with the April 27th, 2011 tornado cleanup - and no one knew!
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Paul Walker and his charity flew under radar to clear debris in Tuscaloosa
The city of Tuscaloosa doesn't have a record of Paul Walker or the charity he founded ever coming to the aid of the victims of the twisters that tore through the city on April 27, 2011. Countless people were quick to send money, food, clothes and more into Tuscaloosa in the spring of 2011 after and the EF4 twister killed more than 50 people and left total devastation in its wake. Thousands dropped what they were doing and came from all over the country to work with chainsaws and shovels and truck beds to help total strangers in their time of need.
Some of those offering help got a lot of attention for being there. President Barack Obama flew into the city, and cameras followed actor Charlie Sheen around the city when he dropped in to survey the destruction and swore to do what he could to help.
The city has no record of Paul Walker's presence here, though, and a friend said Monday that's just the way that the 40-year-old movie star who was killed in a car accident Saturday would have wanted it. JD Dorfman told the Burbank Leader that when Walker was on the scene in Tuscaloosa and in other cities affected by natural disasters, he flew under the radar. Dorfman is the Operations Manager for Reach Out Worldwide, the nonprofit that Walker founded and geared toward disaster relief efforts. Walker and a team from ROWW spent time in Tuscaloosa working with chainsaws, trying to clear the way for people to safely reenter whatever was left of their homes. A
ccording to an account of the trip on the charity's website written by a volunteer named John Cloughen, a two-man recon team for the nonprofit arrived in Tuscaloosa on April 30 in the immediate aftermath of the storm. Cloughen said they worked with people in the city and from the University of Alabama to assess what was most needed in the city, then Walker and Lucas Wimer, the operations manager of ROWW at the time, spent $15,000 on the tools and equipment the recon team said would be needed, then everyone got to work.
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