If you haven't seen it, there's a pretty crazy video of lightning hitting a car in Canada late last month. The elderly couple in the car survived, but they say it caused all the airbags to deploy at the same time. And it took two big chunks out of the road.
Last week, a 22-year-old guy from Canada made the news when he posted a 10-second YouTube video where he's standing next to a train . . . and the conductor KICKS HIM IN THE HEAD. Well, thanks to 24 MILLION views, he could earn up to $250,000 in ad revenue and licensing from the video.
Here's a Bud ad that only aired in Canada, but you can see it now thanks to YouTube. They staged a flash mob at an amateur ice hockey game, and had a ton of super-fans come in to cheer for a bunch of guys who weren't expecting it.