Little boy gets lost on train, uses Google Maps to find his family … 25 years later
At the age of 5, he fell asleep on a train in India while waiting for his brother. He ended up in Calcutta, nearly 900 miles from his town.
Lost and illiterate, with no idea what the name of his home was, Munshi lived on the streets for months until he was adopted by an Australian couple.
Decades later, he discovered Google Maps and was eventually able to follow train tracks, recognize landmarks and be reunited with his family.
Watch his amazing story in this video.
The former South African president died today at age 95. Remember him through his uplifting and revolutionary words.
Scaleless Ball Python
It’s so beautiful that you don’t want to eat it…
And that’s why I would cry too.
Oh hey look, a 12 year-old just grasped the main concepts of The Hunger Games more accurately than most media networks.
November 23rd 1963: Doctor Who debuts
On this day in 1963, the first episode of Doctor Who was broadcast by the BBC. The original series starred William Hartnell as the protagonist known only as ‘the Doctor’, a Time Lord who travels through time in his blue police telephone box called the TARDIS with his companions. Since Hartnell, there have been 10 other actors who have played the iconic role, the current being Matt Smith. Doctor Who is the longest running science fiction drama in the world. It remains an immensely popular show, and an integral part of British culture. Today at 7.50pm on BBC One a 50th anniversary special will air.
50 years ago today
Happy 50th Anniversary Doctor Who.
Happy Birthday Doctor Who!!
See, here’s the thing… the older I get, the more of a kid I feel like I’m able to be. That’s “normal” to me.
Isn’t it time for him to take the stick out of his ***?