Earlier this month, middle school graduate Jack Aiello delivered a hilarious 8-minute graduation speech to his classmates, teachers and parents. During his time at the podium, Aiello performed spot-on impressions of Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, President Obama, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. After viewing the video, it’s easy to see why Aiello’s “Presidential Graduation Speech” earned a standing ovation.
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Boogie Storm, a dance group consisting of six dancing Stormtroopers, stunned Britain’s Got Talent Saturday night with a striking dance medley. The performance was so good that the “real-life Darth Vader” gave the Stormtroopers the golden buzzer treatment.
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In 2014, students Jacob Frey and Markus Kranzler created The Present as a graduation project while attending Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg in Ludwigsburg, Germany. The touching animated short is based off the comic strip “Perfection” by Brazilian artist Fabio Coala and shares the story of a boy and his new disabled dog. Not only did the short go on to win dozens of awards at film festivals throughout the world, Frey landed a job at Walt Disney Animation Studios and Kranzler works at Pixar Animation Studios.
We all know that a crying baby on a long flight can be tough on everyone, even even if you’re the stressed parent holding the crying little one. In an attempt to turn tears into cheers for Mother’s Day, JetBlue rewarded passengers on a flight 213 from New York to Long Beach with a 25% discount each time a baby started crying. Four crying babies meant a free round-trip flight for everyone on board. Here’s what happened.