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Your Week in Viral Videos: Small things can change the world

Kids are often picky about their food, but not in the thought-provoking way of one young man who decided to protect animals at the expense of his diet. (Source: YouTube) Kids are often picky about their food, but not in the thought-provoking way of one young man who decided to protect animals at the expense of his diet. (Source: YouTube)
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(RNN) - Kids are often picky about their food, but not in the thought-provoking way of one young man who decided to protect animals at the expense of his diet.

The civil war between meat-eaters and vegans or vegetarians (whatever the difference is) just got a whole lot younger and cuter because of little Luiz Antonio. (Disclaimer: I have no idea of the difference between a vegan and vegetarian and still wouldn't care even if I received what I'm sure would be a long, explanatory email. Thanks.)

It's doubtful Luiz will refrain from eating meat for very long given (A.) the whims of children and (B.) his family clearly enjoys animal flesh. But it's 2 minutes of "awww" people of every dietary taste will enjoy.

Yep, just like that

Watch the video. It not only explains itself, it clears up a few dozen other issues.

Dirty, nasty animals

Well, just one animal - a goat to be exact. Maybe Luiz would change his mind after watching it attack people.

Suggestion for 10 p.m. news lead: "A goat who apparently was unsatisfied with his life decided to ruin several people's day."

Supporters of PETA and vegetarians/vegans might want to skip the 1:05-1:30 section of the video. Just saying.

Eye of the storm

A couple of brave (see: stupid for the sake of science) storm chasers were inside the center of a tornado that hit Kansas last week.

You might ask: "How did they do that and not get blown away?"

You should ask: "Why didn't they just try planting a device inside the tornado, like Helen Hunt and Bill Paxton?

Stupidest 12 seconds of your week

Once again, no explanation needed. However, anyone who watches less than three times or more than 12 times clearly has some issues.

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