When I saw this video yesterday morning, it had about some 400 views. It now stands at over four million.
This is a video highlighting Mr. Ted Williams, a homeless man that asks for change near a major intersection in Columbus. He stands there with a sign noting that he has a golden voice. And he sure does. I could listen to this guy talk all day. Check out the video.
Looks like things are finally looking up for Mr. Williams. The Cleveland Cavaliers have offered him a job possibly working in Quicken Loans Arena as an NBA announcer.
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