The Internet has become a place where magical coincidences of fortune are beautifully common, and even better, are always shared events.
The latest story comes from Ed Church and the number bid site in the world, Ebay. Back in Montana–and most everywhere else in the Countryland–getting your first Harley-Davidson was a big deal. A coming of age.
Sadly, after thirteen grand years of riding, Ed sold his bike for family reasons. He always regretted that sale.
But one day, while surfing Ebay, there it impossibly was. Right there on the screen. All the specs checked out.
But he lost the bid! All seemed wrong, until ever more impossibly, the bike appeared again for sale. On his second chance, Ed spared no expense and was reunited with his long lost metal friend.
Now, The Ebay story has gone viral, and the new video has over 100,000 hits.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2012/10/18/man-finds-his-first-harley-davidson-motorbike-that-he-always-regretted-selling-32-years-later-on-ebay/
For fake royalty, the most important thing is etiquette and protocol. During his visit to England, President Obama gave a toast to the Queen of England. But the band started early, and Obama was caught in the middle of his toast.
When he finished, he gestured to the Queen, but she and everyone else didn’t react at all-the ever important song was playing. So the President of America looked like a fool, and only after the song was there an awkward recognition of the toast.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2011/05/25/obama-talks-during-god-save-the-queen/