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by Bob posted Oct 30 2014 4:32AM

Who knew squirrels loved Halloween? This critter saw this pumpkin as a blank canvas and got to work carving out his masterpiece. Using just his teeth, the squirrel made an impressive Jack-o-lantern that could easily rival the work of a human child, or a drunk adult.

by Bob posted Oct 29 2014 4:30AM
Josh Ace trained his Australian cattle dog Bandit to fetch him a beer from the refrigerator whenever he says the phrase 'I'm parched.'

by Bob posted Oct 29 2014 4:24AM

We all know that Nicolas Cage is a knight on a neverending quest to appear in every movie ever, but now it seems he's making so many of them that he doesn't even want you to see them all. Well, sort of.

Dying of the Light, in which Cage plays a CIA agent stricken with dementia and out for revenge against an adversary that may or may not have died decades ago, is at the center of a silent protest by its director and stars.

Paul Schrader, who wrote the screenplays for Taxi Driver and Raging Bull, and more recently directed The Canyons, came up with a creative way to avoid being sued while protesting Dying of the Light, which he claims the studio has ripped away from him.

He posted this photo to Facebook this week showing Cage, costars Anton Yelchin,Nic Refn and himself wearing non-disparagement clauses on t-shirts. A non-disparagement clause in a movie contract prevents the artists who work on a movie from talking sh** about that movie (and possibly hurting the box office take).

The post came with this statement:

"We lost the battle. Dying of the Light, a film I wrote and directed, was taken away from me, re-edited, scored and mixed without my imput (sic). Yesterday Grindstone (a division of Lionsgate) released the poster and the trailer. They are available on line. Here we are, Nick Cage, Anton Yelchin, Nic Refn and myself, wearing our "non-disparagement" T shirts. The non-disparagement clause in an artist's contract gives the owners of the film the right to sue the artist should the owner deem anything the artist has said about the film to be "derogatory." I have no comment on the film or others connected with the picture."



by Bob posted Oct 29 2014 4:17AM

At Bryan College's Late Night Roar event to kick off the basketball season, senior soccer player Gustavo Angel Tamayo hit a layup, free throw, 3-pointer and halfcourt shot in 30 seconds to win 10,000 in tuition money. Tamayo got a friendly shooter's bounce on the 3-pointer, but nearly ran out of time.

Tamayo releases his halfcourt heave with 1.7 seconds remaining, and banks it off the glass.

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by Bob posted Oct 29 2014 4:09AM

An unmanned rocket that was supposed to take supplies to the International Space Station EXPLODED right after lift-offlast night in Virginia.

It only got a few hundred feet off the ground before it happened. Then there was a much bigger explosion when it hit the ground. According to NASA, no one was hurt.

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by Bob posted Oct 28 2014 4:10AM

Dale Earnhardt Jr. will drive a Goody's car in one race for each of the next three seasons, and he had a bit of fun with his new-look ride by tricking innocent bystanders. Earnhardt, who won the Goody's Headache Relief Shot 500 at Martinsville Sunday, watched from a secret location as people strolled by his conspicuously parked Chevrolet. A microphone was set up so that the car could talk, and Jr. made friends with an adorable little boy and scared some unsuspecting ladies.

If you go around sticking half your body inside cars that are just sitting in a parking lot, you probably deserve a good scare.

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by Bob posted Oct 28 2014 4:03AM

A horse in suburban Phoenix needed rescuing after it led itself to water and did more than just drink.

Mesa firefighters say the horse was wandering outside of its pen yesterday when the animal somehow fell into the backyard swimming pool and became stuck.

Mesa Fire Capt. Forrest Smith says firefighters, with the assistance of a veterinarian, tranquilized the horse before pulling it out using several straps. Smith says the horse was not injured.

The homeowner owns the horse and lets it "roam free on the property," KTVK reports.




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by Bob posted Oct 27 2014 4:28AM
Look first you brought home a girlfriend, then she brought her cat, then you guys got a baby. But the broom, yes the broom is where I'm drawing a line in the sand.
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by Bob posted Oct 27 2014 4:25AM

Marvel announced on Wednesday that the first trailer for the highly anticipated Avengers sequel would premiere on ABC next Tuesday during S.H.I.E.L.D. Plans changed when the trailer leaked online on Wednesday night. Instead of shutting it down and continuing the plan for it to premiere next Tuesday, Marvel decided to just release the official trailer themselves.

Get your first look at Ultron trying to tear apart Captain America, Iron Man, Thor and the rest of the world in the first official teaser trailer for Marvel's "Avengers: Age of Ultron," in theaters May 1, 2015!

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by Bob posted Oct 27 2014 4:17AM

It might not be considered to be as much of a cultural touchstone as the Beatles' debut appearance on 'The Ed Sullivan Show,' but that doesn't mean it was any less historic. On Oct. 25, 1964, the Rolling Stones performed on the popular CBS variety show for the first time.

This was the Stones' second time in America. A few months earlier, their first U.S. tour, which began before they had a proper hit in the country, was met largely with indifference, including being booed offstage in San Antonio. An ill-advised shot on Dean Martin's 'Hollywood Palace,' which found the host taking potshots at his guests, didn't help much, either.

By the fall, however, 'Tell Me' and 'It's All Over Now' had gotten into the U.S. Top 40, and 'Time Is on My Side' was making its way up the Billboard Hot 100, where it would peak in November at No. 6. Now, they felt, was right opportunity to re-introduce the band in America, in the same spot where their friends had made such a powerful showing.

But, as you can see in the video above, they didn't open with their budding hit, but with their cover of Chuck Berry's 'Around and Around,' which they recorded at the legendary Chess Studio in Chicago. They saved 'Time Is on My Side' for their second spot that night.

As with the Beatles in February (and Elvis Presley eight years before, for that matter), the girls in the audience were practically uncontrollable. Sullivan can barely get through the introductions for all the screaming and at times seems to almost lose his patience. "You promised, my little chickadees,' he said, echoing screen legend W.C. Fields.

However, not everybody was as thrilled with England's newest hitmakers as the teenagers in attendance. Sullivan's website features a scan of a telegram from a man named Claude Lopez, who wrote, 'Should be ashamed of yourself putting on such trash as The Rolling Stones. A Disappointed Viewer.'

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