So much goodness packed into such a short video. I have watched this thing a few dozen times already. I can’t decide what’s better, the shotgun blast of the ball bursting, or the disappointed child lamenting the mishap
College student Charles Clarke had visited family in Ohio and was returning to Florida for school when he ran into some trouble at the airport. After his baggage was noted to smell of marijuana (none was found), Clarke was approached for further investigation and it was revealed that he had $11,000 in his pocket. By pretending the money was drug related and naming the money itself as the defendant in a crime, authorities seized the cash with the expectation that they could use it to their own benefit.
A kerfuffle recorded at a Wal-Mart in Indiana is making its rounds lately. A woman on a scooter allegedly dropped an angry N-bomb on an employee and another customer stood up in the employee’s defense. This eventually led to fisticuffs and the victor’s child throwing in some cheap shots for good measure. Say what you will about Wal-Mart, but you can’t deny you are in for a show every time you visit.
Tracy Morgan recently opened up about the fatal car accident he was involved in. In an exclusive interview with Matt Lauer, Tracy recounts his traumatic experience, including the loss of his friend, his recovery and subsequent return to comedy, as well as praise for Wal-Mart’s handling of the aftermath (Wal-Mart was found to be at fault due to their driver’s actions).
Morgan’s comedy has always been hit and miss with me, but even as a casual TM fan this interview was a solid one.
[via Today Show]
Last Friday, director David Sandberg released a tribute to 80s action movies entitled “Kung Fury.” It was crowd-funded and the entire 30 minute movie is currently available on YouTube. If you appreciate campy 80’s action movies and cheesy Army of Darkness-esque dialogue, then you will thoroughly enjoy this tribute. If you aren’t interested, I implore you to reconsider.
[via Kung Fury]
Administrators at Biglerville High School (near Gettysburg, PA) are red-faced after a letter was sent to students’ homes regarding appropriate clothing at an upcoming ceremony. Highlights include such phrases as “the girls” (for breasts) and “sausage rolls.” Students were also reminded that “you can’t put 10 pounds of mud in a 5-pound sack.”
Congratulations Biglerville for body-shaming your students and being part of the problem instead of the solution.
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Another day, another blowout. This driver of a 95 Jeep experiences a high speed blowout and ends up destroying his vehicle. Luckily, no trees were hit; slamming into the forest would have been disastrous.
If you didn’t catch the tips on blowout prevention and handling on the previous post, here’s your opportunity