Finding 'Mr. Happiness' On a street corner in suburban Las Vegas, one man has been reaching out to people all day, every day, for the last six years. Larry Johnson, a.k.a. "Mr. Happiness," wears colorful costumes, dances, waves and blows kisses to passing drivers.

Finding 'Mr. Happiness'

Finding 'Mr. Happiness'

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On a street corner in suburban Las Vegas, one man has been reaching out to people all day, every day, for the last six years. Larry Johnson, a.k.a. "Mr. Happiness," wears colorful costumes, dances, waves and blows kisses to passing drivers.

Independent producer Adam Burke profiles Johnson, who says he's not mentally ill, he's just "spreading love and joy."