A man creates a mini YouTube series to reenact conversations with his daughter.
Check this video out to watch a conversation that I’m positive all parents have had with their children in one form or another.
While the 2 year old daughter is played by a full-grown man, this small clip accurately portrays a typical conversation that a parent may have with their child.
Maybe this video should enlighten others to have better parenting skills? Ones that respect their parents and learn discipline? But what can a parent really do when their daughter is determined to play Princess?
(WIDK By Jane Rouen) – A California man believes that satellite signals sent from the federal government are causing him pain.
Jimmy Shao, 56, of Sacramento California, has called 911 more than 100 times a month because he believes the federal government is sending satellite signals into his body, and no one but emergency services can help him.
(WIDK By Jane Rouen) – She could have gone to jail for 11 years, but instead she will serve only 4 months in prison.
Cathleen Cawthorne, 33, of Campbell County Virginia, was sentenced to 11 years in jail for having an affair with an under aged student, but will serve only 4 months in prison because she has been diagnosed as bipolar and suffering from hyper-sexuality.
(WIDK By Jane Rouen)- Someone is chopping down cedar trees, and only cedar trees, in El Dorado County.
Robert Dietz, of El Dorado County, California, has installed booby traps and hidden cameras to catch the culprit who has been chopping down the cedar trees he planted on his property more than 25 years ago to reduce the noise from a nearby road.
(WIDK By Jane Rouen) – A man held captive and tortured for 30 days was rescued by the New York City Police.
52-year old Pedro Portugal, a Queens businessman, was kidnapped off the streets of Sunnyside, thrown into a van and taken to a warehouse in Long Island City where he was held captive and tortured for 30 days until police officers raided the warehouse, freeing Mr. Portugal and arresting Christian Acuna, 35, Dennis Alves, 32, and Eduardo Moncayo, 38, all from Queens.