So there is a song that is out and it is completely corny and ridiculous wrapped into one package but people love it. It's called "What Does the Fox Say". Well a guy took the song and synced his Halloween lights to it and the result is amazing.
While this video was originally published in 2009, it has started to cause an outrage after going viral in the past few days. The video shows a tragedy in Memphis where a 2 and 3 year old child die in a house fire. The thing that is really outraging people is that the kid's aunt seems to be more concerned about her purse and foodstamp card and can even be seen giggling about the situation.
Nothing shocks me anymore these days, but lots of things sadden me and this is one of those instances. I just wish people would think about the repercussions of their actions. A 17-year-old girl was shopping in Victoria's Secret in New York when a security guard stopped her for allegedly shoplifting. The girl then told him what she was carrying in her bag.
People on the streets of the Red Light district got a performance that they may not have been expecting. While, the girls in the video are dancing, and people watch, they end the dance with a message about sex trafficking.
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