He is a six-year-old boy suffering from a form of autism that makes social interaction difficult but he is a gifted piano player.

Meet Ethan Walmark, the autistic boy who has become a YouTube sensation with his piano-playing talent. Music has become a therapy for him.

In this viral video, he plays an impressive rendition of Billy Joel’s classic “Piano Man.”

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Looking coyly up at the camera, he trills out an introduction to the song, and then he’s off, barely glancing down at the keys as he plays, clearly a natural.

Being too short to even reach the pedals, he stands by the piano, coming up to about shoulder height on the seated guitar player.

Ethan Walmark playing Billy Joel's classic Piano Man

His parents, Mike and Alison, were wowed by his ability to play the Beatles’ I Will on the piano by ear when he was just four.

And they have given him their whole-hearted encouragement ever since

‘We just want our son to be happy, whatever that means to him.’ Mike Walmark said. ‘It’s not about us anymore. It’s about him.’

Ethan has 20 videos on YouTube of him performing hits such as Take on Me by A-Ha and James Taylor’s Mockingbird with siblings and by himself.


A bullfrog has become the latest internet sensation after a video of it sitting on a bench like a human went viral.

The YouTube video of the bullfrog apparently enjoying himself with its legs dangling from the wooden seat and its hands on its thighs has garnered over 5 million views since it was uploaded on April 25. And like a human, the frog seems to have a beer belly!

Frog relaxing on a bench like a human

RoltonB, the YouTube user who posted the video, has this to say about the video: “The video was shot entirely fortuitously. The frog is OK. There is no nails, no glue, animal abuse, etc. Later, she jumped off the bench and galloped away to the water.”

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Drew Garrett and Lauren Willy, two 17-year-old allegedly “hot” girls from Los Angeles, have become an Internet sensation, but for all the wrong reasons. Like other young girls such as Rebecca Black who try to be famous, Drew and Lauren have been subjected to a rage of vicious comments and death threats.

The two girls, calling themselves Double Take, recorded a video of their song entitled “Hot Problems” about all the troubles attractive people face. The video features the two moderately attractive teenage girls singing (and that’s putting it very politely) about the everyday problems they encounter as a result of their attractiveness and how perfect they are.

Double Take "Hot Problems"

These “hot” girls’ problems are now everyone’s problems as the video has gone viral, garnering almost 8 million views and 400,000 dislikes since it was uploaded on YouTube on April 15.

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Fucking welcomes you. Don’t get worked up thinking that I am being vulgar.

Fucking (German pronunciation: “fooking”) is an Austrian village in the municipality of Tarsdorf, in the Innviertel region of western Upper Austria. The village is 33 kilometres north of Salzburg, 4 kilometres east of the German border.

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Despite having a population of only 104, the charming village has become famous for its name in the English-speaking world. Its most popular tourist attractions are the four traffic signs with its Fucking name on them, beside which tourists stop to have their photograph taken.

One version of the sign features the village name with an additional sign beneath it, with the words “Bitte – nicht so schnell!” (“Please — not so fast!”). The lower sign — which features an illustration of two children — is meant to advise drivers to watch their speed, but tourists see this as hilarious when coupled with the village name.

Fucking....Please - Not So Fast!

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Bustysingaporean…..just the name will send the minds of men into overdrive, leading them to conjure images of a voluptuous sexy woman.

Well, if you take a look at the photos of Bustysingaporean, she lives up to her nickname.

Li Ling Ling aka the BustySingaporean

Isn't she busty?

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A four-year-old girl from Winchester, Hampshire, has been accepted into Mensa after achieving a score of 159 on an IQ test, just one point below Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking.

Heidi Hankins was spotted as being of a “genius level” of intelligence after she taught herself to read, add and subtract, count to 40, draw pictures of people, recite poems and read books meant for seven-year-olds at the age of two.

Four-year-old Heidi Hankins has an IQ of 159, just one point below Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein

Her father, Dr Matthew Hankins, 47, from Winchester, Hampshire, who works as a lecturer at the University of Southampton, said she had shown signs of high development from a very early age.

Dr Hankins said: ‘Heidi has really flourished quicker than other children – academically, artistically and physically.

‘We don’t push Heidi at all. She has taken up everything herself and teaches herself.

‘She is not precocious, she is just a little girl who likes her Barbies and Lego but then you will find her sitting down and reading a book.’

‘We always thought Heidi was pretty bright because she was reading early,’ said her father, Matthew, 46.

‘I happen to specialise in measuring IQs in children and I was curious about her, and the results were off the scale.’

‘I got her the complete set of the Oxford Reading Tree books when she was two and she read through the whole set of 30 in about an hour. It’s what you would expect a seven-year-old to do. She was making noises and trying to talk literally since she was born and by age one her vocabulary was quite good. She was using full sentences almost as soon as she started to speak.’

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It is now official. President Barack Obama last night invoked Executive Order 6102 (2012) which criminalizes the possession of monetary gold by an individual, partnership, association or corporation in the U.S.

The order forbids the hoarding of gold coin, gold bullion and gold certificates within continental United States. U.S. citizens are required to deliver on or before May 1, 2012, all gold coins, gold bullions, and gold certificates owned by them to the Federal Reserve in exchange for $1,412 per troy ounce. Under the Trading With the Enemy Act of October 6, 1917, as amended on March 31, 2012, violation of the order is punishable by fine up to $150,000 or up to ten years in prison, or both.

It is now illegal to keep gold coins and gold bullion in the U.S.

Executive Order 6102 was an Executive Order signed on April 5, 1933, by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt “forbidding the Hoarding of Gold Coin, Gold Bullion, and Gold Certificates within the continental United States”. The order was rationalized on the grounds that hard times had caused “hoarding” of gold, stalling economic growth and making the depression worse. The U.S. government confiscated tons of gold from millions of Americans with the stroke of a pen.  In fact, the government took in so much gold from Americans that it ran out of space to hold their ill-gotten bounty. They had to build a new place to hold the gold.  That place is called Fort Knox.

Since the Financial Crisis of 2008, the printing presses of the U.S. Federal Reserve have been churning out trillions of new funny-money QE dollars. The money the Federal Reserve creates is by fiat, by will, just like magic. It’s all smoke and mirrors.

The flight to precious metals has begun to accelerate at a pace unprecedented in the last few years at the expense of the US dollars. Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the US Federal Reserve, stated recently, “deflationary risks might re-emerge, implying a need for additional policy support.” No one could have predicted that this “additional policy support” would turn out to be the invoking of the Executive Order 6102 (2012).

The news of the invoking of the Executive Order 6102 (2012) has sent shock waves around the world.

With the U.S invoking Executive Order 6102 (2012), what do you think the price of gold would be when the market opens tomorrow?

That’s right, it would crash.