Yes We Can! Take A Nap…

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A Kalamazoo Michigan student falls asleep during President Obama’s commencement speech Monday night. You GOTTA see this video!trans Yes We Can! Take A Nap...

This kid is about to be famous. He inevitably will grab his 15 sec of fame and his parents will smack him on the back of the head for disappointing them and disgracing them in front of hundreds watching this speech in person, thousands watching live on TV, and the MILLIONS that will see his You Tube moment around the world. But, today he is famous.

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” One of the Kalamazoo Central students — who was seated behind keynote speaker President Barack Obama during Monday night’s commencement ceremony — fell asleep. The student, who earned such a prime seat by singing in the choir, was captured on video due to his proximity to the president. He also was a hot topic on Twitter.” credit woodtv

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One Comment

  1. heyitseliza says:

    Haha, that’s hilarious! I’ve heard Barack Obama speak and as much as I dislike him I can’t say that I would fall asleep during his speech…although most of what he said was very predictable. He must have had a pretty hard week! That’s some way to get youtube famous!


  2. melissa says:

    i like how he is sleeping for a little bit then starts to clap after obama says something about men and women in uniform serving. lol

  3. anthony mares says:

    okay this seems like all his other speeches it seems as if hes trying to still run for prez wtf

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