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American Missionary Assaults African Hotel Workers – In The Name Of Christ

“I’ve come to help Uganda, but Uganda hates Jesus through this son of a b***h.”

When you’re a Christian missionary, people will always expect you to behave in exemplary ways. After all, you represent your belief by your words and action.

A 69-year-old man from Arizona recently made headlines after displaying a not-so-Christian behavior during his stay at the Grand Imperial Hotel in Kampala, Uganda. As you will see in the video below, he insulted and assaulted staff members and said he’s doing it “in the name of Jesus.”

Jimmy L. Taylor punched hotel workers and called them the n-word.

Source: Twitter

A DailyMail report tells us that the commotion started when Taylor, who is “seemingly drunk, (jumped) over the hotel front desk to smash glasses and insult workers, all because he wanted to get his room key.”

While attacking one of the workers and challenging him to a fist fight, Taylor can be heard saying:

“You hate Jesus, you hate yourself? Come on b***h, come on w***e…

“F**k Uganda. I’ve come to love Uganda, I’ve come to help Uganda, but Uganda hates Jesus through this son of a b***h.”

The footage eventually went viral online. Taylor has since been arrested and detained at Kampala’s Central Police Station.

Source: Twitter

In a statement issued by the authorities, we read:

“Upon police efforts to effect his arrest, Taylor spat on officers, turned rowdy, uncontrollable and tried to disarm policemen.

“The suspect, according to police, confessed his crimes and blamed it on the mental related illness caused by stress.”

According to Taylor, he is a missionary and a Vietnam veteran. He later said he has PTSD and bipolar disorder.

Meanwhile, a US State Department spokesperson who heard about the incident said:

“We have seen this regrettable video. It in no way reflects the attitude of the US government or the American people toward Uganda.”

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Should Black Friday be cancelled already? Yes or No?

Yearly after Thanksgiving, a lot of people are anticipating one thing – the Black Friday sale. It’s that time of the year when stores are offering many of their products in massive discounts.

In the United States, for example, consumers are willing to camp outside stores and endure long lines during what many believe as the “busiest shopping day of the year.” Along with that, critics are also bashing the annual tradition, saying it only promotes mass hysteria. Besides, accidents and even deaths are reported each year during Black Friday.


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The video was created by Phil Beastall of Gloucestershire, South West England. It starts off with a man counting down the days before Christmas by marking his calendar. There's nothing special to see at first but things change when the man takes out an old Walkman and begins listening to a cassette tape marked "Christmas 2014".

The Walkman that made thousands cry.


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Man Finds $7.5 Million In Storage Unit He Bought For $500

There’s lucky, and then there’s REALLY lucky.

It takes a lot of guts to buy a storage unit that you have no idea what’s inside for $500. However, some people would take the risk of finding useless junk inside in hopes of uncovering some hidden treasures.

While most storage unit buyers rarely get their money’s worth, one man found the discovery of a lifetime. The really lucky man bought a storage unit from Dan Dotson, and auctioneer of the popular reality televisions series "Storage Wars," and found $7.5 million inside a safe.


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