How The "100 Catcalls In 10 Hours" Street Harassment Video Was Made
Thursday, October 30, 2014
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The alleged assailants are 13 and 14 years old.
The WCS says that "without their mothers to protect and provide food for them, they would not survive in the wild on their own."
Authorities say there were no other injuries, and no arrests have been made
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"One guy was tapping her head with his foot to see it was real...Some houses around there have pretty elaborate Halloween displays, so it wouldn’t have been weird if it was fake."
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The protest involved over 150 members of the Columbia University community
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The creator tells us how the video was made, edited, and what was cut.
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Thanks to this video, we have an idea how to dissuade any strangers from ever asking us if we're Jewish ever again.
Despite some new offerings and a larger space, the shoebox SoHo shop transplant still turns out some of the city's best sandwiches.