There’s a condition and a name for the ailment from which many of us suffer. It’s called Social Media Anxiety Disorder (SMAD)—when a person finds themselves constantly locked into their social media accounts, when their heart beats a little faster when they get that tweet or notification, or when an individual feels a small sense of accomplishment whenever he or she acquires new followers, views, or fans. As social media accounts and statistics become more a part of our daily lives and SMAD becomes more common, so does something else—fame, for sale.
Going deep on this phenomenon is Frank Elaridi, a freelance producer for ABC News and independent journalist who partnered with David Beebe Projects to produce and distribute the 24-minute investigative news report, “Fame: For Sale.”
New Restaurant Offers a Bum Deal. At least the toilet paper can serve dual purposes.
An English Bulldog will do whatever it takes to get a blue balloon! Wathc as he chomps until hegrabs it.
There is nothing worse than watching your favorite game on T.V. but you find that you are beer less. This man never has this problem as he has trained his dog to fetch him a cold beer.
When girls are little they like to play dolls. But this little boy likes to pay dress up with his pug and enjoys fake feeding him. Check out that pugs tongue!
Somebody needs to change their socks! An adorable baby girl takes a whiff of her dad’s socks and can’t help but cringe from the awful smell. The worst part is that she just keeps going back for more.
That’s all. Just Larry King walking his dog and rapping. Life is good.
two adorable babies show their love for each other surrounded by teddy bears, hearts, and candy. Love is in the air!
With over 100 million people watching the Super Bowl in the United States alone this Sunday, we thought it was only fitting to put together this montage of pets, kids, and footballs.