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As the World Turns

 

Funny Things Happen in America.  And in Only Two Minutes–

(VIRAL VIDEO)

 

Skippy Massey
Humboldt Sentinel

 

The ‘World In 2 Minutes’ describes different cultures and
just how eccentric they can be.

Taking videos from all over the world and making a collective-consciousness mash-up for every country, they document the wild and crazy goings-on of bored and inventive common people putting a little spice into their lives.  Folks just wanna have fun.  What could be wrong with that?

This clip from the United States illustrates just a few of the things that we’re thankful for this Thanksgiving.

But hey– get a load of Russia.  They have loads of fun, too!

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