posted Dec 5 2013 5:28AM
There's a new trick shot video featuring Dolphins' quarterback RYAN TANNEHILL.
He and the guys who do a YouTube series called "Dude Perfect" got to hang out in a sporting goods store overnight, and did trick shots incorporating a bunch of different sports.
posted Dec 5 2013 4:39AM
There's a Japanese tire commercial that's getting some love online because of how SCARY it is. We won't ruin it for you, but there's really just ONE scary part. They even put a HEALTH WARNING at the beginning.
posted Dec 4 2013 4:44AM
And there's a video that'll remind you how dangerous ICICLES can be. It's a guy in Russia knocking them offa building . . . and a huge chunk of ice destroys a TRAFFIC LIGHT.
posted Dec 4 2013 4:40AM
Someone took clips of Patrick Stewart on "Star Trek: The Next Generation", and edited them so he sings "Let It Snow" . . . except he says his catchphrase, "Make it so"
posted Dec 2 2013 4:13AM
Everything about this SCREAMS "April Fool's Day prank" . . . but it's real.
Last night, JEFF BEZOS . . . the founder and CEO of Amazon . . . was on "60 Minutes" to announce the newest Amazon venture: Delivery by FLYING ROBOT DRONES.
It was such a big announcement that Bezos had kept it completely secret until the show aired.
He says if Amazon can get FAA approval, they'll be able to deliver your packages by flying robot drone within the next four or five years.
The service will be called Amazon Prime Air. And the drones are so fast that you'll have the product delivered to your home approximately HALF AN HOUR after you order it. Welcome to the amazing, slightly frightening future.
My first thought? Not everything fits in those little yellow boxes...they look like plastic. And I'm sure the extra charge will be pretty hefty. What do you think?
posted Nov 30 2013 7:44AM
Alright....you gotta laugh out loud a couple times during this one....
posted Nov 30 2013 7:39AM
Thanks to Crazy Russian Hacker we now have a new way of making popcorn, in a beer can. Besides the fact that the popcorn actually pops, it also goes straight into your plate. The guy is a genius!
I've seen other YouTube videos
with improvised ways of cooking stuff, especially college students home-made videos that are usually a disaster, but not like this. This one works and it's actually not a hazard to the ones trying it.
I would agree with the Russian fellow when he says “this machine is amazing” but it is actually not a machine, it is a beer can with a hole in it that pops popcorn when heated. I don't know about other viewers, but I am really curious to try this at home.
posted Nov 27 2013 4:17AM
As usual, Mr. Haney gets involved in the shenanigans......
posted Nov 26 2013 4:09AM
There's a guy named Andrew Hale who does internet pranks and weird video experiments. His latest one is kind of holiday-themed . . . he secretly paid for people's groceries right before they checked out, then filmed their reactions.
He doesn't reveal that it was him, and it's definitely interesting to see people become emotional when they get a nice surprise . . .
But as one commenter pointed out: Why pay for people who were ALREADY prepared to buy the stuff? Like, wouldn't it be better to buy groceries for people who straight-up couldn't afford them? Still . . . it's nice to see a good-natured prank once in a while.
posted Nov 26 2013 4:03AM
Earlier this year, a boxer puppy named Duncan was born in the Seattle area with deformed back legs. There was no way to fix it, so when he was 12 weeks old, both of his back legs were amputated.
Duncan's owners have a custom WHEELCHAIR for him . . . but it seems that he doesn't need it. Because in the month that's passed since his surgery, he's learned to run on JUST his two front legs.
Now, he runs around on his two legs . . . going just as fast as a dog with all four legs.
A woman named Amanda Giese adopted him. She says people protested her having his legs removed . . . and told her she should just PUT HIM DOWN. Instead, she went through with the surgery . . . and now Duncan will live a long, full life.
Amanda says, quote, "Duncan is my hero . . . he doesn't let his unique differences slow him down and he doesn't know he is any different."