10 Videos That Ruined People’s Lives
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10 Videos That Ruined People’s Lives


Recording a video is a good way to encapsulate
a moment so you can keep it for as long as you like. However, most of the people involved in these
videos wish that those moments never happened, and would now go away. These are people who did something stupid,
or illegal, and were unfortunate enough to have it caught on film. The videos went public, and it completely
ruined their lives. One question we have: do all these people
deserve their fate? Or is this just evidence of the rise of a
moralistic police state where a few minutes of ill-conceived words and actions, while
sometimes not even illegal, can brand someone for life as a pariah? Warning: In general, these videos contain
some very strong language, so grab your headphones or make sure you’re not watching them at
work or in public. 10. Mike Rice, Jr. In 2010, Mike Rice, Jr. was hired to be the
coach of the men’s basketball team at Rutgers University in New Jersey. His base salary was $300,000, but he would
get a $25,000 raise every year, and his contract was loaded with perks and incentives, like
$100,000 for finishing the season as the coach. All in all, it could be considered a dream
job to a lot of people who love basketball. Things started to fall apart for Rice in December
2012, when one of his former assistant coaches gave the athletics director of Rutgers, Tim
Pernetti, team practice footage that showed Rice throwing basketballs at the heads and
bodies of the players. Other times he shoves them. He also screams and berates them, at times
using homophobic slurs. Rice was suspended for three days, but the
school didn’t publicly specify why. He finished out the season with the team,
entitling him to the $100,000 bonus, even though Rutgers had a losing record. On April 2, 2013, after the season was over,
the ESPN show Outside the Lines aired the practice footage and interviewed the former
assistant coach. The response was immediate and people called
for Rice to be fired. He was fired the next day and Pernetti resigned
three days later. Three years after the video came out, Rice
was hired as a high school coach in New Jersey, and said that the firing was a tough thing
to get over. On the bright side, at least he didn’t have
to coach at… ugh… Rutgers anymore. 9. 14-Year-Old Gainesville Teenagers In February 2012, two 14-year-old Caucasian
girls living in Gainesville, Florida, recorded a YouTube video that was a response to the
messages they received regarding a video they recorded earlier about their thoughts on African-Americans
and food stamps. As you can probably guess, their original
video was completely racist, and instead of using the second video to apologize for the
ugly things they said, they decided to make things much, much worse for themselves. In the nearly 14 minute long video, the two
girls made fun of African-American stereotypes and used the N-word so many times that even
Quentin Tarantino would have thought it was excessive. Unlike the girls’ first video, this one
went viral after it was posted on the website World Star Hip Hop, and within days it was
viewed several hundred thousand times. The girls also got several death threats and
things got so bad that eight police officers had to be sent to their school to make sure
they weren’t attacked. Both ultimately had to be withdrawn from school
to be home schooled. After the incident, one of the girls and her
mother wrote a public apology where they denounced racism. YouTube took the original video down, but
copies of it are still available. The girls were lucky because they were never
identified publicly, so maybe in the future they will be able to find employment. 8. George Holliday In every other video on this list, the person
whose life is ruined appears in the video, but the story of George Holliday is a bit
different. On March 3, 1991, at about 1:50 am, Holliday,
who was a plumber living in Los Angeles, awoke to the sound of police sirens. He stepped out onto his balcony with his brand
new Sony camcorder and recorded four officers, three white and one Hispanic, kicking and
beating an African-American man with batons on the side of the road while 15 other officers
watched. Holliday submitted the video to a news station
and it ran on the news the next day, but not as the lead story. However, the story was then picked up by other
news networks, notably CNN, and the video went viral before viral video was even a term. It also helped launch the era of “citizen
journalism.” Of course, the man being beaten in the video
was Rodney King. The four police officers who did the beating
were indicted, but acquitted, and this led to the LA riots, which resulted in 54 deaths,
2,383 injuries, and caused over $1 billion in damage. For recording one of the most important home
videos of all time, Holliday was paid $500 at most from news outlets and a few thousand
dollars from licensing it out to filmmakers. However, that was probably the least of Holliday’s
problems. The video made him a bit of a celebrity and
reporters flooded him with interview requests. It got to be too much for his first wife and
she left him. His second marriage didn’t last long either. He also got death threats, some of them accusing
him of causing the riots. Due to all the attention, he chose to make
his personal and business phone numbers unlisted. Instead, he just gets referral work. He says that he isn’t afraid of someone
finding out who he is, he just doesn’t want to be bothered. If all of that wasn’t bad enough, Holliday
was an answer in Trivial Pursuit, but they incorrectly spelled his name “Halliday”
instead of “Holliday.” Of course, maybe he’s alright with that,
since he could conceivably insist the game is referring to someone else. 7. Benjamin Golden Around 8:00 pm on October 30, 2015, 23-year-old
Uber driver Edward Caban picked up 32-year-old Taco Bell marketing manager Benjamin Golden
in Newport Beach, California. Golden was visibly drunk and couldn’t even
do up his seatbelt. Caban asked him for an address or directions,
but Golden kept falling asleep. That’s when Caban changed the direction
of his dashcam to record Golden in the backseat. After a few minutes, Caban pulled into a parking
lot and told Golden to get out. Golden took exception to this and started
to punch and smack Caban in the head and then pulled his hair. He only stopped after Caban maced him in the
face. After the attack, Caban called the police
and Golden was arrested. After the incident, Caban shared the video
with the police and online. Now, Taco Bell doesn’t put much money into
their food, but we are pretty sure they don’t chintz out on paying their executives, and
there was just something about an executive at a major company pounding on an Uber driver
that rubbed a lot of people the wrong way, so the video went viral. This led to Golden being fired just days later. In November, Caban sued Golden for a little
more than $25,000. In turn, Golden filed a countersuit against
Caban because the video was recorded without his consent. He also said that he felt afraid because he
was drunk and Caban was dropping him off in an unfamiliar place, and then the next thing
he knew, he was being pepper sprayed. Finally, Golden’s lawsuit claimed that the
video, which was viewed over 2 million times, led to media attention that caused Golden
to lose his job and he wasn’t able to find new employment. It also caused him severe emotional distress,
humiliation, and anxiety. For all that, Golden wanted $5 million. That’s right: the 32-year-old man who got
too drunk and then assaulted a guy who was just trying to do his job felt that he’s
owed more money than most of us will ever earn in a lifetime. Their suits have yet to go to court, but in
January 2016, Golden pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of battery on a taxi driver and was
sentenced to 60 days in prison. 6. Jennifer Box On November 8, 2014, a four-minute long video
called “Drunk Girl in Public (Social Experiment)” was uploaded to YouTube. In the video, a young woman named Jennifer
pretends to be stumbling drunk around Hollywood Boulevard to see if people will help her get
home. Instead, she encounters four different men,
who all try very hard to take her home or lure her into their vehicle. When they do, she suddenly “sobers up”
and escapes. Within a day, the video had four million views,
but people immediately questioned its authenticity. A week later, it was revealed that the video
was staged, and arranged by an online marketer named Stephen Zhang. The woman was an actress named Jennifer Box,
who was paid $160 to appear in the video. The men, who were also acting, weren’t paid
for their roles (so they got to look like creeps for free… lucky them!) and said they
were tricked and weren’t told the true nature of the video. They were told it was a hidden camera comedy
sketch and Box apologized for her role in the video. The problem was that when people thought that
the video was real, many of them thought the men were really sleaze balls at best and rapists
at worst. This led to the men being attacked online
and threatened with death. However, things didn’t exactly get much
better when people found out that it was fake. Many people felt that the actors involved
in the video were either exploiting or making fun of rape. This led to Box getting death threats and
random people screaming at her on the street. In the SyFy show The Internet Ruined My Life,
she talked a bit about the impact it had on her. She started to chain smoke because of the
stress and was eventually hospitalized because of a collapsed lung. Unfortunately, the video also ruined her acting
and modeling career and she moved back to her hometown in Texas. However, the mastermind of the video, Stephen
Zhang, escaped a lot of media scrutiny and online backlash. Before the original video was taken down,
it had been viewed over 11 million times in less than a month. 5. Adam Smith In the summer of 2012, Adam Smith was the
chief financial officer at a medical equipment manufacturer in Tucson, Arizona. He was making $200,000 a year and had a million
dollars in stock options. And then he did something really, really stupid. During his lunch break from work, for some
reason Smith was compelled to go through a Chick-fil-A drive-thru and get a cup of free
water. While recording himself, Smith berated the
drive-thru worker for comments that the chief operating officer of Chick-fil-A made about
gay marriage months earlier in June. The female employee, who probably didn’t
make more than minimum wage, said that she wasn’t comfortable with being videotaped,
but remained ceaselessly polite while Smith chastised her for working at a hateful place. She even tells Smith to have a good day and
as Smith drives away, he says to himself, “I will. I just did something really good. I feel purposeful.” He was so proud of himself that he uploaded
the video during the remainder of his lunch, and then he went back to work; presumably
he skipped eating food because he was so full on his own self-satisfaction and the cup of
water that he got from Chick-fil-A. When he walked in the door at his work, presumably
looking as smug as Martin Shkreli, the receptionist looked at him wide-eyed and said “Adam,
what did you do?” He was fired that day. Gone was the $200,000 a year salary and the
million dollars in stock options. Smith apologized to the Chick-fil-A employee
in a video, and she forgave him, but the damage was already done. After the video was posted, Smith couldn’t
find another job. He and his family, which includes four children,
two which are adopted and have special needs, were forced to sell their home and move into
an RV. When Smith did get another job, it only lasted
for two weeks before he was fired again. He said that he has a hard time getting hired
again, even by people who agree with his stance, because they’re worried he’ll do something
similar in the future. When he gave an interview in 2015, he said
his wife was the breadwinner and the family was on food stamps. Smith says he doesn’t regret the stance
he took, but he regrets the way he talked to the employee. 4. Jason Russell The non-profit group Invisible Children, Inc.
was founded in 2004 by Jason Russell, Bobby Bailey, and Laren Poole. The group started the non-profit when the
trio returned to the United States after spending some time in Africa. When they were in Uganda, they learned of
the Lord’s Resistance Army and its leader, Joseph Kony. Kony was a warlord who filled his army with
children that were kidnapped or forced to be soldiers. The aim of Invisible Children was to bring
attention to the child soldier problem and ultimately the arrest and conviction of Kony. In March 2012, the group released a 30 minute
documentary called Kony 2012 that was directed and prominently featured one of the founders,
Jason Russell. The goal of the video was to make Kony famous,
which would hopefully lead to his arrest. Shortly after the video was released, it went
viral. Within five days it had been viewed over 100
million times. Invisible Children also received $30 million
in donations because of the video. However, the video and Invisible Children
also received a lot of criticism after the video went viral. Some people claimed that it was an example
of “slacktivism” and “white savior industrial complex.” Other people pointed out that the film was
factually incorrect. For example, it fails to mention that Kony
was no longer in power in Uganda, and was in hiding, probably in the Sudan. Finally, other people questioned Invisible
Children’s financial integrity and what they planned to do with the donations.. Things got even worse for Russell and the
organization two weeks after the video was released. Russell was spotted walking around the streets
of San Diego completely naked. Someone videotaped his walk, and it shows
Russell acting erratically, talking to himself, hitting the ground, and vandalizing cars. The police were called and Russell was committed
to a psychiatric hospital for several weeks. Unfortunately, the video was purchased by
TMZ and widely shared online and by the major news networks. After Russell was released from the hospital
in April 2012, he did interviews to promote a second Kony video, and explained his breakdown. He said that he was exhausted, dehydrated,
and stressed out from constantly defending Kony 2012. He said that he just snapped and wasn’t
in control of his mind and body. Russell has since stayed out of the public
eye. In 2014, the CEO of Invisible Children said
that the organization had used up all the money they raised from Kony 2012. He didn’t expect the organization to survive
beyond 2015, but at the time of this posting, it is still in operation. Kony has yet to be arrested. 3. Billy Bush In 2016, Billy Bush probably thought that
life was pretty good. After spending years hosting Access Hollywood,
in August 2016, he became the co-anchor of the third hour of NBC’s Today. He was also bringing in over $3.5 million
a year. Then on October 7, 2016, The Washington Post
published a recording from 2005 featuring Bush and now-President Donald Trump on an
Access Hollywood bus. The camera is outside of the bus, but their
microphones were on and recorded their conversation. On the bus, they exchanged their opinions
on the latest book by Phillip Roth and their thoughts on the movie Being There. No, just kidding. They both used deplorable language to objectify
women, and then Trump talked about trying to seduce a married woman and boasted about
how he used his fame to sexually assault women while Bush egged him on. After the video was released, Bush apologized. He also said that it’s no excuse, but he
was young and immature back when the video was recorded. However, we should also point out that in
2005, Bush was 34-years-old. And if he was so immature at the age of 34
that he thought that sexually assaulting women is not only acceptable, but funny and cool,
then maybe he’s just a genuinely crappy person. In the end, NBC and Bush reached a settlement. Rumors were that it was anywhere from $9 million
to $10 million, but the sum was undisclosed. When the settlement was being negotiated,
people on Twitter trolled Bush to donate some of the settlement to women’s rights groups,
but he didn’t respond. He’s probably thinking that he might want
to hold onto his money, because who knows when he’ll work again. 2. Michael Richards After Seinfeld went off the air in 1999, it
continued to have loyal fans who watched reruns and bought the seasons on DVD. Heck, turn on your TV – there’s probably
a rerun on somewhere right now. On the show, Michael Richards found global
stardom playing the role of Cosmo Kramer. His physical humor paired with Kramer’s
quirkiness and misadventures made Kramer a character that transcended cultural boundaries. In his post-Seinfeld career, Richards returned
to stand up and was probably doing it for the love of it because he certainly wasn’t
hurting for money. In just the last season of Seinfeld, Richards
made over $13 million, in addition to receiving residuals from reruns and DVD sales. On November 17, 2006, Richards was performing
at the Laugh Factory in West Hollywood. After he had started his set, a group of people
came in late and started ordering drinks. One of the people admitted that they were
kind of loud while Richards was performing. Richards became frustrated with the group,
and started to spew some pretty racist language. He told one audience member, who was black,
to shut up, and had this happened 50 years ago, the audience member would have been lynched. This was followed by his use of the n-word
several times, before justifying it by saying “That’s what happens when you interrupt
the white man, don’t you know?” Many people walked out of the show, and the
incident may have never made the news… except someone had recorded the rant and sold it
to TMZ. Three days later, Richards appeared via satellite
on The Late Show with David Letterman and apologized for the language. He retired from stand up not long after that. In the ensuing years, Richards appeared in
Bee Movie, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and the short-lived sitcom Kirstie. In 2012, he was a guest on Jerry Seinfeld’s
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee and it’s clear that Richards misses working as a comedian,
and he definitely misses playing Kramer. He says that he could have played Kramer for
the rest of his life. Richards also said that the night at the Laugh
Factory still haunts him. 1. Ray Rice We started with a Rice who coached at Rutgers,
so let’s end with a Rice who played at Rutgers. In 2014, star running back Ray Rice was going
into the third year of his $35 million contract with the Baltimore Ravens. On February 15, Rice and his then-fiancée
Janay Palmer were at the Revel Casino in Atlantic City. The police were called after Rice pulled Palmer’s
unconscious body out of an elevator. Rice says they got in a fight and both hit
each other. They both turned down medical treatment and,
both were arrested and charged with simple assault. Rice’s lawyer said it was a minor altercation. Four days later, the video of Rice dragging
Palmer out of the elevator was released by TMZ and it caused a minor uproar. Over the next couple of months, Rice and Palmer
got married, while both the Ravens and the NFL reviewed the incident. In July 2014, Rice was given a two-game suspension,
which the Ravens’ General Manager Ozzie Newsome called “fair,” but “significant.” However, many people were critical of the
light punishment. Then, several days after the 2014 NFL season
started, TMZ posted a second video of the incident. This one was taken from inside the elevator
and it shows the actual assault, which was brutal. It shows Rice punching Palmer twice. The second punch caused Palmer’s head to
hit the railing in the elevator and she fell to the ground, where she lay motionless. Rice didn’t try to help her at all as she
lay unconscious at his feet. Instead, once it gets to the right floor,
he carries her limp body out of the elevator and drops her face first on the floor. Hours after the second video was released,
the Ravens ended Rice’s contract and the NFL suspended him indefinitely. The Ravens settled with Rice, probably close
to the tune of $3.5 million. Rice, who was a talented running back and
was arguably still in the tail end of his prime, has been unable to catch on with another
team. In 2016, he said he would donate his salary
to domestic violence programs if a team signed him, but there were no takers even though
there were a few teams that probably could have used him.

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100 thoughts on “10 Videos That Ruined People’s Lives

  1. Hello everyone! We've been experimenting with a bit of a podcast for our Biographics channel (a few people were asking for audio versions so they can get Biographics while doing other things)! Fair warning: none of these are new biographies, but rather me having a bit more of a free form chat around the script. I'd love to know what you think, if these are useful, wanted etc :). Thanks, Simon.

    Links:

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    Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/6N9PS4QXF1D0OWPk0Sxtb4

    Trolled people: https://open.spotify.com/show/0JzjzwJcRqFZ3BcACtahh8?si=MG5HSm1oT0GTNm_r8_HQcg

  2. I would like to say that I enjoy Simon’s voice, syntax, and speed with perfect diction. Well done. All of the information is well presented.

  3. TopTenz started the presentation talking about the former Rutgers University basketball coach. Then ended with a former Rutgers University football player. Although the events are real, this presentation gives the Scarlet Knights a bad name.

  4. Was the Gainesville girls video actually racist, or was it just factually accurate? For some reason, now a days if you site a statistic (such as 19% of the u.s population (blacks) commits 54% of the country's murders) all of a sudden your a Nazi… Make that make sense

  5. 😂..

    Anyone notices the common denominator: TMZ.
    They actually get destroyed after TMZ releases their videos.
    Be scared of TMZ.

  6. what a guy ray rice!!! what a wonderful culture we live in.dragging her out of the elevator could be any cause so he got the benefit of the doubt that fight no so much

  7. Grab your headphones?! Why? Our children have to learn our entire language, so they have to hear every single word.

  8. Why do people say women (weh-men),which is plural, when they mean woman (woh-man), which is singular? Is it an error in pronunciation, or are people really confused about the usage of these words? I mean this as a serious inquiry, so please refrain from berating me for asking. {A shame I have to explain that, but…}

  9. I can't help but notice that a lot of these videos is unrestrained social justice. What delight do the keyboard warriors get in attempting to destroy someone's life?

  10. If you'd listen to the video you'd hear Trump say that you can do things when you're famous and not that he'd ever done anything those two men talked about. You need to fact check yourself and your material before posting it.

  11. I'm pro-LGBT, but don't blame the entry level staff of your local Chick-Fil-A because the CEO is a superstitious homophobe. Remember, being closed on Sunday is a guarantee to the "cool kids" that they'll have every Saturday night free-and-clear Par-Tay hearty, ensuring plenty of pro-LGBT people will be happy to take C/F/A's money for working for the shitballs.

  12. Some reprehensible behaviour on show above, however I would hate to be judged by the world, on the basis of the worst few minutes of my life.

  13. what did they do with 30 million dollars? thats so much money…did they rescue any children with it?

  14. 6:52 Number 6 "Jennifer Box" what a great name – in the UK 'Box' is often referred to as a Lady's undercarriage if you get my meaning. ie 4 different Men trying to get into her Box

  15. 12:36 Number 3 "Another Silly Name" 'Billy Bush' ! Interpretation AND suggestive name for a Ladies Undercarriage ! – I ASK YOU Please Stop it

  16. Yes Simon. I found this video interesting. Brilliant as usual. And all you haters worrying about Americans looking stupid… I think his videos are geared to American things. We are his target audience. That's why I think he focused on Americans. And of course, there's end to stupidity in America right now. You could spend your whole life making these videos

  17. Hilarious that Billy Bush's life is ruined by that video and yet Trump walked away untouched. Kind of disgusts me to be honest.

  18. Your opening dialogue wants to make me not want to watch the rest of the video. Shuttup and get on with the video you're not boring to listen to without interesting content.

  19. Fix your shirt! (or change it) roll down your sleeves, you're on camera, not working in a stock room!😖

  20. Yea ruined is ridiculously overstated
    Lives are not over bc if embarrassment
    Question: what would be in video if you were videoed every second since you turned 18?

  21. Sorry Simon! You t shirt and shirt is cought up in the Mike system. It's funny 😂. By the way I really love the beard 😍 it's much better and sexy!

  22. Telling the truth about black people is not socially acceptable
    Have to pretend like they are the opposite of what they are or you'll be guilty of committing sin in the new religion of leftism and will be punished

  23. Not gonna lie. Taco Bell exec looking like that, acting like that, and doing that. Like a low end business school frat boy…exactly what I would expect. Exactly

  24. That guy who got naked and was filmed. That was a stunt for him so his larger organization (shell ccompany) could continue to be a tax shelter for the rich and powerful, could have plausable deniabliity.

  25. "Comments made," you mean saying he believes in traditional marriage. That's all he said & there's nothing wrong with that.

    Virtue signaling is for ppl who know they're horrid yet think they can fake their way into some psuedo moral high ground & suddenly be absolved of all their constant wrongdoing.

  26. If the person allows you to touch them in a sexual manner due to your fame that isn’t sexual assault. Secondly this was obviously locker room talk & not meant to be taken seriously something we’ve all engaged in from time to time in our lives & anyone that says different is a liar.

  27. TopTenz wanted to spread here an ugly political lie about Trump. He said some women are so star struck you could just go straight to sex. It's locker room talk and the hyperbolic lie about him supposedly admitting to criminal behavior is why he won. Everyone who hates him for that is also into higher taxes and late term abortion. Lemmings in other words.

  28. Moralistic police state… Almost everyone is guilty of doing something stupid or crazy(a lot of people have mental health issues) once in awhile. Some people also have a sense of humor that literally makes no sense to anyone else but to themselves. So then they do something, they think is hilarious and then everyone else is confused or sees them as assholes. It takes a certain skill or gift to be able to be funny in a way that will make most people laugh. Besides, it's common knowledge that teenagers are idiots. It takes time for the human brain to develop…a long time… I remember, reading somewhere, it takes around 25 years for the human brain to be fully developed. Those two 14 year old girls are really just guilty of being teenagers. Their parents should be blamed for not educating them, properly about racism and food stamps or even worse, for instilling such horrible beliefs into them. It would be a shame if society sees these two girls as white supremacists. I think it would only be fair to label them as white supremacists if they did something like this in their late 20s etc because when someone is in their late 20s, what you see is what you get, in most cases…

  29. Hah… pathetic…these people's lives are hardly ruined. They haven't been driven to the brink of death by their supposedly essence of life destroying actions.

  30. People on the internet hand out death threats like they're lollipops, it's nuts. Like does that person literally deserve to DIE?? And live in terror?

  31. I’m kind of glad I grew up in a time before every stupid and ill-considered thing I ever did was sure to be recorded and broadcast all over the world. If a video camera catches you assaulting someone or embezzling or the like, I don’t have much sympathy for you. And if politicians say horrible things, the public deserves to know. But while I don’t want ordinary people to do things like being rude to fast-food workers or telling offensive jokes, I don’t think they deserve to have their whole lives ruined for such a lapse.

  32. During the 1970's war in Rhodesia the Chinese stole African children from their villages and took them into Mozambique where they trained them to use AK47 rifles they then forced marched them back into Rhodesia where they were ordered to execute the people in their own villages including their own family members for cooperating with the Rhodesian forces. As a result of this practice the number of African soldiers sweĺled in the Rhodesian army into a majority of 70 percent to the 30 percent of other races. The African people wished to protect their families and children. At that time the African soldiers were not forcibly enlisted as the other races were they volunteered. Often white soldiers would deliberately miss shooting these children soldiers because they morally could not bring themselves to kill these children even if this decision meant their own death. If the situation was too dangerous the Rhodesian soldiers would then try to rather injure the children with wounds that would stop them and not be fatal or to scare them into running away. To cut a long story short – Even if this man had a not so bright end in his endeavor I laud the fact that he brought the plight of these children to the world.

  33. Wait wait wait. Lemme get this straight!
    >In June the chief said some gay marriage comments that he overheard when visiting the place.
    > A few months later he comes back for a cup of water
    > Talks to a random unrelated worker about her boss or colleague's comments instead of talking to the boss
    > Chastises her for working at a hateful/bigoted place
    > Videotapes the employee without her consent and feels smug about it.

    Is this guy stupid?

  34. 1:40 that's what a coach is supposed to do,
    just like a drill instructor in the army.
    Well that's if you want to win.
    We had a basketball coach like that and played 3 perfect seasons in a row.
    than, I had a dancing trainer like that. Guess what never lost.
    If you wanna go to war than you'd better be prepared for it!
    And don't tell me it's just a game. It is on your tv but not on the field

  35. i stopped watching and unsubbed as soon as he said he hoped those racist women could find employment. NO, we don't want racist people working for us, and by protecting them, you put millions of innocent people at risk.

  36. Correction: Seinfeld went off the air on May of 1998. Tuçson is pronounced Tuzon, not Tookson. Time to reevaluate your editor.

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