Sup Travellers?! 11-year-old Adilyn Malcom, also known as Audacious Adi is blowing up on the internet with her dubstep which she basically taught herself.
She never took a dance class to learn her amazing moves and she still managed to get 5 million views on YouTube. If you have yet to see the video you should definitely check it out above because it's actually pretty EPIC!! Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.
Sup Travellers?! I've never walked through the streets of NYC as a woman before because you know --- I'm not a woman --- but the video above shows just how daunting a task it can be especially if you're "HAWT!!!"
The video basically shows a woman walking through NYC for 10 whole hours and her experience therein. Within the 10 hours there were 100+ instances of verbal harassment and abuse.
Now, if the main subject of the video was a man I wonder how many instances of verbal harassment there would have been. We can probably assume that some of the "good mornings" were genuine but I think we all know that random strangers on the street don't just magically have manners
It's amazing how one hot girl could make a guy have all the manners in the world."Have a nice evening!!!" LOL!!
Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.
Sup Travellers?! In this day and age, when people are diagnosed with a disease they are usually not alone. There are usually thousands, maybe even millions of people suffering from the same disease but 12-year-old Landon Jones from Iowa suffers from a disease so rare that doctors believe that he may be the only one on the planet who has it.
His disease doesn't have a name but the rare medical condition basically destroys a person's impulses to eat and drink.
According to the De Mines Register, the 12-year-old was afflicted with the strange condition after waking up sick in the middle of the night about a year ago. His family said he kept coughing up phlegm after a day of riding his bicycle and eating ice cream and pizza.
"Something happened in the middle of the night," his father, Michael said, "and he woke up this way, and it hasn't stopped."
Doctors examined the boy and found a bacterial infection in his left lung which they quickly eradicated but since then the boy's appetite has basically become non existent. He visited an array of doctors but none of them could have find a cure for the boy's disease.
Landon is going to have a really tough teenage life without an appetite especially when puberty hits. Because if it's one thing I remember about my teenage years was my incredibly high appetite.
I'm no doctor but I'm sure there's a cure. I hope there's a cure. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.
Sup Travellers?! I've read a lot about snake bites and the complications they may cause but what happened to the 13-year-old Venezuelan girl in the picture is like nothing I've ever seen.
After being bitten by a bothrops viper the teenager's leg shriveled up and turned completely black, according to Daily Mail UK.
The snake’s venom caused severe necrosis – the premature death of cells. This caused the tissue in her leg to die, leaving it withered and rotten.
The teenager was first treated at home using remedies from the indigenous culture she was from but after a month she was taken to Caracas for medical treatment.
One doctor, who has seen the photograph said that the girl will need her leg amputated but is still likely to die from the snake venom.
Dr Arun Ghosh, a private GP in Liverpool, said: "Snake venom is very complicated and depends on the species of snake. But the picture shows clearly severe tissue necrosis that will need amputation, though she still may die from this due to the nature of the poison. The whole lower leg is black, it’s spreading up. Looking at the rest of her body she’s showing signs of muscle wastage from the poison. Her other leg is thin. It's likely she will still die."
He added that the necrosis has led to a condition called rhabdomyolysis, in which muscle tissue will begin to die throughout the body. Rhabdomyolysis can result in damage to the kidneys, which coupled with low blood pressure, can lead to kidney failure and even death if left untreated.
Dr Ghosh said: "This girl has had classic rural treatment which is often only able to treat local infection secondary to the bite (at best say equal to antibiotics). But she is unlikely to have received anti-venom treatment (which entails giving treatment to stop blood clotting) to keep her blood flowing through her body."
I think that dying from a snake bite, especially from a bothrops viper, is one of the worst ways to go because you're going to suffer through a world of pain first.
There hasn't been any reports on the kind of pain the girl is feeling but looking at the picture alone you can probably assume that it is agonizing. I wouldn't wish that on anyone. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.
Sup Travellers?! Dr. Carey D. Andrew-Jaja of Magee Womens Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA is all about making people happy.
He lives by the saying “confront every encounter with a smile on your face and a song in your heart." And he ensures that every baby he delivers gets a taste of it by beginning their life with a song.
For years he’s been singing Happy Birthday to every single baby he delivers and the moms, dads, and hospital staff usually join in.
According to him, when you see the miracle of birth in front of you, and you take time to appreciate it, you can forget about all of the crisis in the world, even if it’s just for a moment. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.
Sup Travellers?! Next time you pick up a half empty bottle of Whiskey at a wedding just remember that there is a very high possibility that it has been touched by the world of lips.
We can go into a lot of talk about how just one bottle of Whiskey has the potential to start an APOCALIPS apocalypse since diseases like Ebola travel in spit but because of the festive nature of the wedding --- I digress.
Just watch the video and enjoy the magic. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.