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it's november 3rd. time for great viral videos "right this minute." a tiny chimp gets some tender loving care. >> these four men are playing nanny to this baby. >> how they wound up at the center of one sweet story. >> i swear i saw this show in like 1988. a car rear ends a fancy bmw, and now the driver -- >> he's mad. >> why this is one strange way to get revenge. it's a 20,000-mile trek that is designed -- >> to empower women to also get out there and live. >> how two forces of nature are sharing their epic odyssey. plus, the buzz word for your shot to win a new ipad mini. we break down the best on the web, including a bride and groom feeding each other cake. >> so sweet. >> but see how a beautiful
moment suddenly turns ugly. >> not the cake! these four men have a very important job. one of the most important jobs in the world. and that's being a dad. a dad to this sweet little chimpanzee. >> i like him. >> this is in china. this poor little creature, who remains nameless right now, was abandoned by his mom as soon as he was born. they said the mom looked like she was scared of it, acting like it was a stranger. so these four men are playing nanny to this little baby. it is now 6 months old. here's the baby with daddy. they think he's the favorite. and these men have volunteered to watch this chimp around the clock. >> all the makings of an '80s comedy. >> i swear i saw this show in
like 1988. >> six months from now when the chimp is a year old, they are able to put it in its own enclosure and it can be like the other chimpanzees. >> what a great job to have. you're going to get to hang out with a chimp day in and day out. >> what are you talking about? you have that job. >> that's true, but it's a lot less fun than this. >> we're cute. >> what gets to me is how close the chimp is to its human dad. trying to steal some kisses from daddy. >> aw, that's so cute. dude, you take a chimp out in public, total chick magnet. >> chimp magnet. when i was a kid, my mom used to tell me that two wrongs don't make a right. well, this dad in taiwan didn't get that message from my mama. you saw that white car. it's crashed up pretty badly.
but here comes the bmw. >> oh, oh, oh! >> okay. >> i think someone's mad. >> just trying to figure out, did the white kacar rear end th bmw, or the bmw is the aggressor in all of this? >> the person in the white car rear ended the people in the black car. it was a dad, his wife, and 5-year-old son. he's mad. >> his 5-year-old son is still in the car? >> no, they both got out of the car. the dad took it upon himself to get revenge. >> what's the revenge? the damage is already done. now you're probably going to screw yourself out of any kind of insurance money. you just turned this into criminal activity. >> the white car rear ended you. >> the driver of the white car and his boys got out with bats. as the video cuts and switches angles, we don't see them, but we do see the black car now turn around and start smashing into the white car head on. so word is the folks in the white car took off and ran into a restaurant.
here you see other people in the streets approaching the car. i can imagine it's like, hey, dude, calm down. when the cops got there, they made some arrests. both parties were fined. the dad stood by his decision to crash into this car, saying the driver of the white car put his family in danger. i personally don't agree. but people online and in the area are supporting his decision. >> no, this is the definition of road rage. no. that's not justify. let it be. >> it's a teachable moment that he's gloriously failed in as an example to his child. sometimes you just have to throw caution to the wind and really just go out and live the dreams you've always wanted to. >> the mission is to travel the length of the americas by nonmotorized means, gathering stories along the way, inspiring others to pursue their own dreams. >> they went on an odyssey
called her odyssey. they recorded all of it to create season one, if you will, of their adventure. they're documenting their experiences, their exchanges with the local people, what they're learning, but also creating conversation about what's important in life. >> when sigit first began dreaming of this trek, she had in mind the growing movement of women across the world standing up and stepping forward. from promoting peace work and social change, enriching workplace and personal life, to advances in art, agriculture, sciences. the list goes on. >> they're also using this as an opportunity to empower women to also get out there and live. >> that is quite an adventure they're taking. a lot of people would be afraid to do that. good for them. >> in season one of their adventure, they covered 1500 miles in 144 days. but here's the thing. they now want to travel the americas. we're talking now 20,000 miles in one year for season two of
their journey. >> they'll have to walk a bit quicker. >> slightly. >> you don't want to rush something like this. the whole point is slowing down and experiencie humanity and experiencing what makes us all different but the same. the same things we all want, the happiness, the love, the adventure. that's what travel can do to you. that's how it opens up your mind. hopefully that people will watch this will get that. >> they also set up a go fund me page where they're raising funds not only to assist in their journey, but they know if they have this money, they can contribute to the local economies as they go through. if you want to follow along in their journey or contribute to what they're doing, head on over to rightthisminute.com and click on tv show or check it out on our mobile app. our latest winner of the ipad mini giveaway. >> congratulations, and you could win too. all you need is thursday's buzz word, at least 21 years or older, and a legal resident of
canada or the u.s. stand by for the "rtm" ipad mini giveaway. you're a mere speck afloat out in the ocean on a boat, and you're not feeling well. you've got a medical emergency going on, on this fishing boat off the coast of vancouver island. now, there's no hospital on board. there's no ambulance you can call. so the canadian search and rescue teams have to come out and help you out. but if you look at this fishing boat, it's like a giant floating porcupine. how hard is it going to be to get close to this boat? good thing is the canadian search and rescue team have trained for this. they've already landed one rescue diver on board. another one is going to go down and meet him. they're going to package up the sick fella and hoist him back up to the helicopter. >> i'm glad you said they trained for this. it would have sucked if they got there and were like, larry, what are we going to do now? >> that man was transported to the hospital. that rescue quite heroic, but we move to turkey, where this
rescue is a little different. we have a man working with a cement truck who thought it would be a good idea to stick his head inside the cement truck. >> no. >> bad idea. >> now he's stuck by the head. you can hear the wails coming from this guy. he's barely got any footing. his right foot just holding the rest of his body up. now everybody starts to spring into action to figure out how they're going to free this guy. >> so they didn't have any concrete plans? >> not yet, no. the first thing they try is a pole. they're going to wedge open whatever he's stuck in. that didn't work. >> you don't say. >> now the next thing they're going to try, an angle grinder. that doesn't work. eventually firefighters show up and they start working with their own heavy equipment. the man is freed. he, too, was taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries, but he did have to have surgery for some fractures to his face. >> goodness me. on the road for a quick
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it looks like he's right on the edge. >> we don't use railings when we're just standing here. do you find that interesting? i do. he finds a different level of the building and gets himself another view. i love his whole nonchalant laid back attitude of this whole excursion. back down the stairs he goes and just strolls right out the front of the building like nothing happened. he gives us a ground's eye view of his bird's eye view. >> that's amazing. i love that these guys can do that. we all know the most annoying thing that can happen to you in a car is backseat driving. seeing as she's not here right now, my mum. she's the worst. in fact, most mothers, i think, are the worst backseat drivers. turns out there's one combination that's worse. instead of using google maps, we got google grannies. they don't necessarily agree ever. >> now let's go down here and turn around. >> your grandmother doesn't know where in the hell she's going
either. >> no, shut your mouth. >> yeah, [ bleep ]. >> that's how it starts. from that point on, it just gets hilarious. >> so do i go right? >> yes. go up the hill. >> then left up here. >> then you turn to your right way up there. >> left, left. >> wait, which is it, left or right? >> left, left. >> you go right. like she told you, you'll come to a dead end. >> how she hasn't crushed the car at this point, i don't know. >> where the hell are we going? [ bleep ]. >> it's like having two bickering kids multiplied by 100, adding swear words. >> you can't tell them to hush it or threaten them with a spanking. so you just got to take it and drive. >> be careful here. >> okay. this is where mary kay had her accident, right? >> yeah, that's where she had
her wreck. >> [ bleep ]. >> that is the best part. she's in the background. she's talking and nobody really is listening. >> these real pain in the -- >> so we have to get on the expressway going the other direction. >> that's right. >> you actually go to their youtube channel, who i subscribe to, there's part two, part three, and part four of this same car journey. if you want to enjoy it, we'll put all of this up on our website, rightthisminute.com. click on tv show or use our mobile app. under water emergency for a sea turtle. >> you will not believe how far down it goes. >> on the next "right this minute." and still to come, strangers help a 90-year-old man living in the park. >> and that's when they found out something very interesting about him. >> the bizarre twist when they realize he's sitting on a stash of cash. >> no way. plus, we've got another ipad mini to give away. thursday's buzz word for your shot to win is next.
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deformed. and people in this area became worried about him because it's starting to get cold, and this man is living in a park. >> that is so horrle that someone would actually kick a human being out of their home. >> well, the city mayor really got concerned about this after hearing from residents in the area. so he asked local charities and social workers to go down and intervene. they did. they were able to put him in a nursing home, and that's when they found out something very interesting about him. they started looking into his personal affairs and they discovered he was sitting on a little nest egg of about $29,000. >> no way. >> yes. they found it in a bank account and said, why are you living on the street? he goes, well, you see, i always wanted to get married so i was saving money top get married and the money just kept compounding interest. >> i mean, he knew he had an account. but did he know what had accumulated? >> he knew there was quite a bit of money in there, but he said he got so used to saving and
waiting for that right lady to come along, he got used to not touching it. >> some people have the idea of a dream wedding. i guess he's not ready to let go of that dream. prepare to be super jealous. a brand new office to have all that fun in. they give us a tour of their newly redesigned space and it's pretty epic and pretty perfect. >> shut the front door. they've got like major sponsorship for this. >> they also have about 13 million followers. that might justify it a little bit. >> it's remarkable how huge they've grown this. >> and they've probably managed to put every single imaginable sport into this one complex. they've got basketball, golf, gymnastics, everything, bowling,
hockey. >> wow. >> it's just one big playground. >> soccer. >> you'd never call in sick, ever. >> why would you? >> yeah. >> no, you call in injured. >> they have rc racing. they also have the go karts they drive around in and have races in. >> they've even got the golf simulator upstairs. come on. >> all credit to these guys. they worked very hard. they have been at this trick shop stuff for years. they've worked up their subscribers. so they've earned it, man. good for them. >> work hard, play hard. >> and this is their job. that's the thing. their job is to play. >> if you love what you do, you're not working. these guys aren't working. they're just playing and getting paid for it. it's time to give away another ipad mini. >> that's right. to enter, all you need is thursday's buzz word, to be at least 21 years old, and a legal resident of the u.s. or canada. >> head to rightthisminute.com
and click on win ipad. let's reveal thursday's buzz word. it's oracle. >> gets on over to rightthisminute.com and enter thursday's buzz word oracle. >> tomorrow we'll have a bonus giveaway where one lucky winner will win a flat screen tv. so good luck, everybody. a lovely moment when these newlyweds cut the cake, but -- >> it's about to get a bit more magical. >> see the sweet surprise that everyone's eating right up. >> how'd th does pat toomey speak for you? i also want to thank the nra for it's, uh, strong support for my campaign. pat toomey: he opposes an assault weapons ban and got an "a" rating from the nra. "i have had a perfect record with the nra."
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you mess her bed up? i think he did. i feel like we should be in the movies or something. >> are you in the mood for love, nick? >> i'm in the mood for ear plugs. it's about to get all romantical. oh, it's a wedding. >> the traditional rite of passage, the whole cutting of the cake. they cut themselves off a nice big slice. they bring it apart. they feed each other the cake. so sweet. though there may be some people at home that are going, i know that guy's face. well, that's blake. blake made it through the semifinals of "america's got talent" season 11 because he's a bit of a magician. it's about to get a bit more magical. >> the main question that most people ask us when we got married was is there going to be any magic at the wedding.
>> yeah, yeah. is there going to be any magic? i'm not talking about the love and all that stuff. they're talking magic. >> you're a magician. it goes hand in hand. >> no, there's not going to be any magic. but it's going to be magical. >> see, there you go. there's the sweet answer. there's not going to be any magic, but it's going to be a magical time. >> that's when i turn to my wife. let's go. it's going to be boring. >> before you leave, turns out the magician really can't help himself. >> are you thinking what i'm thinking? >> what happens next? pretty much takes the cake. >> how'd they do that? how'd that happen? >> it must have been one slice positioned in the right place and everything else was fake. >> there's cake coming out. don't worry, everybody. just a bit of fun. congratulations. thanks for hanging out with us today. thanks for hanging out with us today. rightthisminute.e.e.e.e.e.e.e.e.
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