Life can take you from nowhere to everywhere in a split matter of seconds, truly speaking. No matter whoever you are and wherever you are, if life decides to take you to the top there is no stopping it, all you have to do is lend a hand here and there, and the rest is cakewalk.
Charles Ramsey, a commoner, living in the ordinary area of Cleveland, suddenly found himself shooting to success and stardom, in what can be called a lucky turn of events. Of course he did lend his hand, and life suddenly took him from nothing to everything, just in a matter of a few hours.
Charles Ramsey was the savior of a few women, who had been kidnapped and held captive for over a decade now. Quite funnily, he was living right next to the house where they had been held. He admitted to hearing a few screams from the next house, and he quickly decided to go and explore what the problem was, and he knocked down the front door of the next door house, and then found out, to his utter surprise, what the matter was. The rest was done by the police whom they very hurriedly called and reported the entire incident. Charles Ramsey, in what can be called a freak act of life, has shot to fame and stardom overnight. He is currently the rich owner of a contract which allows him to get free food at any McDonald’s store, due to his mentioning on national TV that at the time when he heard the screaming, he was having a McDonald’s burger.
However, of all the interesting developments, this one is the weirdest. Rodney Rose, who also lives in Cleveland, decided to pay homage to the savior, and roped in a friend of his, whom he tattooed with a face of Charles Ramsey on his calf muscle of all places. This may seem very touching at the onset,. After all, he has become a national hero, if not anything else, so getting his face done in ink on a permanent basis is quite a big homage to him. However, when you think of it, there are so many national heroes all over the place, but you are not going to get all their faces done right?? This is just a passing trend and as such is a really dumb idea.