The guy who was kicked in the head by a train worker while he was trying to take a selfie could make some serious cash from that incident.
The 22-year-old, who insists he was a safe distance from the train at the time, was about to snap a selfie when the train conductor booted him in the side of the head as the train passed him.
After 23 million views on YouTube, the guy has agreed to work with a California-based Media company to earn money off the video. His video could earn anywhere from $2 to $16 for every 1,000 views, and he will get 70%.
The video was recorded in Peru.
9 months later…….I was born unto the world.
Life was rough for young James Patrick, the Unigod, as the other Unicorn’s did not let him play in their Unicorn games. So he decided to set out on his own to find Castle Greyskull for guidance. At the gates, he was confronted by Papa Smurf and Gizmo and was told that their master was not home, but that he could seek guidance from The Princess of Power……..She-Ra.
She-Ra showed young JP all the wisdom and physical capabilities he would need to succeed in the world. She then transferred him to Peekablue for more physical training…….Much more physical training. From there, his training shifted to Mermista, then to Frosta, Flutterina, and Florence Henderson.
How JP actually ventured into the radio business is still a mystery. Some say that he lost all his magical powers when he wagered & lost them in a game of Old-Maid. Some say that he drank away all his powers, others suggest that he rode in from the sunset on the shoulders of a sasquatch to the ROCK 108 studios. The full truth may never be known. All that we do know is that he was forced to work on planet Earth and if you get him drunk enough, he will tell you the painful, physical, sexual stories that commenced in Castle Greyskull.
You may be wondering at this point of my story, “Where is his Unicorn’s horn?” All we can say is that it’s clearly not on his forehead.
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