In the early hours of last Friday morning, filmmaker Casey Neistat interviewed people waiting in line outside of several New York City Apple stores to pick up the latest iPhone 5S, including one group who had supposedly camped out for fifteen days.
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Man On The Street of the Day: The latest "Fifty People, One Question" clone stops fifty passersby on the streets of Chicago and asks them to recall their all-time favorite memory.
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Man On The Street Mix of the Day: Taking a page out of Ty Cullen's book of awesome things to ask strangers, a British bloke walks around London stopping strangers to inquire what song they're listening to.
Man On The Street Mix of the Day: Ty Cullen stops random New Yorkers with headphones to ask them what song they're listening to.
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