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  • WWE star John Cena has already granted 400 wishes through the Make-A-Wish program, and it seems like he has no intention of stopping.

    The pro wrestler recently granted the wish of 7-year-old KJ Lamar. KJ has faced kidney problems since he was born; his left kidney was failing and his right was operating at 40% of the normal capacity.

    Doctors were able to perform a successful kidney transplant, but KJ must take medication daily and is not allowed to play contact sports.

    But this hasn’t curbed his love of wrestling and his wish to hang out with his favorite wrestler, John Cena.

    KJ certainly got more than just a meet and greet with Cena! First, WWE wrestler Triple H surprised KJ and his mom at the movies with a special video message from Cena himself.

    In the video, Cena invited KJ and his mom to sit at the front of the house at “Monday Night Raw” and hang out with him before the show.

    Not only did KJ get some one-on-one time with Cena; he also got to meet a bunch of other WWE wrestlers and

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  • High-priced airline tickets preventing you from taking the vacation you’ve always wanted? Maybe you should take a page out of Ben Schlappig's book.

    The 25-year-old has been traveling around the world for more than a year, for free!

    That’s right — free. Ben is part of a group called Hobbyists, and has managed to outsmart airlines, frequent flyer programs and rewards programs, allowing him to travel constantly at no cost.

    “The fact is, we are beating the airlines at their own game,” he said last year at a Hobbyist event. “The people who run these programs are idiots. ... And we’ll always be one step ahead of them.”

    Ben started traveling in first class at a low cost when he was a teenager after discovering the Hobby website FlyerTalk. He then started spending his weekends jet-setting across the country, and his parents encouraged this hobby. By the time he was 17, he’d logged half a million miles and was the first known member to fly across the Pacific Ocean six times in one trip.

    But this is

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  • Meet Rita Mattos, who has suddenly become a viral sensation because … she’s a street sweeper?!

    This beauty, dubbed “Sweeper Babe,” has been making waves because she works as a street cleaner for a municipal urban cleaning company in Rio de Janeiro.

    After a picture of Rita in her orange uniform was circulated on WhatsApp and then posted to Facebook, an Internet star was born.

    She now has nearly 50,000 followers on Facebook and over 40,000 Instagram followers to boot.

    What’s shocking to Rita is the number of people commenting that she is too pretty for her job.

    “People are surprised when they see a pretty girl working as a street cleaner,” she said in an interview with Brazil’s “Extra.” “They say that I could find a better job than sweeping and weeding. But why should street cleaners necessarily be ugly?”

    Although she was first startled by her new fame, she has now begun to embrace it.

    “At first I thought it was all a joke in bad taste, that people were criticizing me. But later I saw that

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  • A conservative news anchor has some words for President Obama. Tomi Lahren, an anchor at One American News Network, slammed President Obama on his “half-way, half-baked, tip-toe, be-friendly-to-jihadis mentality.”

    Following the news of the deadly shooting in Chattanooga, Tenn., Lahren used the “Final Thoughts” section of her show to unleash a passionate rant on the president’s fight against terrorism.

    “President Obama, if you won’t say it, I will — radical Islam. This is not workplace violence; this is not a criminal act with motives unknown — this is terrorism,” Lehren says in the video. “What he linked to ISIS or al-Qaida or Hamas, or any of the other 15-plus offshoot terrorist groups? Does it matter? I’m sorry, but radical Islam is becoming the rule, not the exception. Yesterday’s moderate is today’s terrorist. I care that this S.O.B. killed four of our United States Marines. And I care that our commander-in-chief is more concerned with Muslim sensitivity than the honor and sacrifice

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  • Daniel Radcliffe is at it again! Last year on the “Tonight” show, the actor impressed us with his rapping skills, slaying a performance of Blackalicious' "Alphabet Aerobics."

    Now a new video of rapping Radcliffe has surfaced, and it is glorious! He and his girlfriend, Erin Drake, treated friends to a karaoke performance of Eminem's “The Real Slim Shady,” and we can't get enough of it.

    Although Radcliffe carries most of the song, the real star of the video is Erin. She bops along during the verses and chimes in during the chorus, where she screams the lyrics out the way any die-hard karaoke enthusiast would do.

     

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