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By Richard Rahn
Treaty would let tyrants peer into Americans' financial information
Topic - Nba'S Cleveland Cavaliers
A homeless man whose silky announcing voice has catapulted him to national fame reunited Thursday with his mother, recorded a commercial for Kraft Macaroni & Cheese and agreed to do voiceover work for MSNBC.
With a deep, refined voice, one that had been sadly misplaced, Ted Williams simply asked for help to get him off the streets. He's been heard. Left homeless after his life and career were ruined by drugs and alcohol, Williams has been offered a job by the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers and is being pursued by NFL Films for possible work after he and his compelling tale became an online curiosity.