A teenager from Memphis, Tennessee has exhibited that gift and paid for his college education in full. According to Q13 Fox, a local Memphis news source, 17-year-old Kevuntez King (pictured) started selling newspapers on Sundays when he was 12-years-old.
Kevuntez’s goal was to raise money to secure a college education for himself in a country like the U.S.A., that in systemically sound fashion, aggressively denies poor ethnic minorities the ability receive their formal education for the purpose of living the American dream.
The “American Dream” is basically the ability to attain a good education, work a great job, and earn the money sufficient enough to pay for building a household that affords you the ability to take good care of your hopeful spouse and children in the long run.
The first step of course, is to gain a degree from a good university. Achieving this feat could possibly afford you the opportunity to get a good job out of college that will pay you a salary capable of granting you a genuine mid to upper middle-class lifestyle.
Kevuntez wanted to accumulate this for himself without using the government or academic scholarships to pay his way. “I just stay away from the negativity and try to always be positive,” Kevuntez told a local media source in an exclusive interview.
There are apparently people who have been using black hair sheen to cook. For real.
A London-based student named Coral brought attention to the phenomenon in a tweet that went viral this week. While attending a barbecue at a friend’s house, the 20-year-old came across a spray bottle of ORS Oil Sheen Spray curiously placed in a kitchen cabinet:
When Coral confronted her friend about using the hair sheen as cooking spray, he was in complete denial and insisted that the spray was just olive oil.
He said that he bought the olive oil spray at his local Walmart where he found it in an aisle next to the cooking oil...............
An accused drunk driver may have had a few too many belts — including thechastity device around his private parts.
When Tennessee Highway Patrol officers pulled over Curtis Eidam on suspicion of drunk driving, they quickly realized it wasn’t going to be a typical DUI stop.
The 35-year-old was wearing “some kind of red mesh see-through hose” with a ribbon tied in his goatee and “some kind of little skirt,” Bobby Joe Higgs, an investigator for the Anderson County District Attorney General’s office, told the Knoxville News Sentinel.
Oh, and a chastity belt around hisprivate parts — though they didn’t notice that until later.
Police said Eidam smelled of alcohol and had bloodshot watery eyes. Eidam allegedly admitted drinking four or five shots in the preceding four hours, according to news station WATE.
The breathalyzer supported that: Eidam’s blood-alcohol level was .117.
During the stop, officers say they also noticed a handgun in the center console.
But it wasn’t until they took him into custody that they say they found out about that aforementioned chastity belt.
Eidam mentioned that he needed a key that was in his vehicle because it unlocked the chastity device hewas wearing, according to an affidavit obtained by The Smoking Gun.
Eidam said one key was in his car and the other was around the neck of his driving companion, who officials noted was visibly intoxicated but did not arrest.
They djd manage to retrieve the key, thankfully.
For those not in the know, a chastity belt is a garment or device worn around the pelvic area that designed to prevent a person from having sexual intercourse. Death and Taxes explains the rationale behind the devices:
“In modern times, there are typically two reasons chastity belts are purchased. The first is by fanatical Christian parents, looking to literally lock down their children’s masturbation habits, and the second is for pleasure (denying purposes) in a super freaky BDSM relationship.
Eidam was charged with driving under the influence and possession of a handgun under the influence.
He was taken to the Anderson County Jail and is scheduled to appear in court July 12.