posted Apr 23 2014 4:38AM
Here's a trick to play on your kids. They have to be young enough to not understand how a REMOTE works though. Someone uploaded a video of their toddler pausing and un-pausing the TV with a toy magic wand.
And obviously someone's just standing in the background with the remote. But the kid REALLY seems to think he has magic powers
posted Apr 23 2014 4:35AM
he Blue Angels do something at airshows called the "diamond 360 maneuver," where they fly in formation . . . with their wings just
18 INCHES away from each other.
And if you want to see what THEY see, you're in luck. Because there's a new video shot from one of the cockpits.
posted Apr 22 2014 4:26AM
Get a cage, you two.
Two furry bunnies gave the world an eyeful when they got frisky on a local news desk during a live Easter-themed segment. The bushy-tailed booty call took place on NBC affiliate WBIR in Knoxville, Tenn.
During the segment, three anchors watched in increasing horror and amusement as the bunnies did their thing on live television. When the camera quickly cut away, the anchors took their chance to make good-natured jokes about the situation. But after producers cut back to the news desk, only one bunny was left on screen. The other bunny presumedly needed a Peep break.
posted Apr 21 2014 4:16AM
The Brewers and Pirates got into a bench-clearing brawl yesterday. It happened after Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez hit a ball that he THOUGHT was a home run. But it hit off the top of the center field wall, and he ended up with a triple.
Then the Pirates' pitcher yelled something at him, and an umpire had to hold Gomez back. But he got AWAY from the umpire, and went after Pirates outfielder Travis Snider, who ended up knocking him down.
It looked like another one of the Brewers got a pretty solid punch in too.
posted Apr 17 2014 5:41AM
posted Apr 17 2014 4:23AM
If you haven't seen it yet, check out the crazy downhill biking video that's making the rounds. It's from the rider's point of view, and the course he's on is CRAZY steep.
Especially at the beginning, when he's on a thin trail with CLIFFS on both sides of it.
(Don't miss the part where he rides DOWN one of those cliffs at :24. And the steepest part of the course is probably at 1:04. Then he does a 360 at 1:38.)
BOB-OK, why would anyone do this? One slip............
posted Apr 17 2014 3:58AM
posted Apr 16 2014 12:40PM
Just in time for Easter, the highly anticipated release of HEAVEN IS FOR REAL in theaters nationwide on April 16 thoughtfully raises important questions that every person must ultimately face regarding the person of Jesus and the existence of an afterlife. Based on the true story of four-year-old Colton Burpo's near-death experience in 2003 while in surgery for a ruptured appendix, HEAVEN IS FOR REAL follows many of the details found in the New York Times best-selling 2010 book of the same name.
Produced by Joe Roth and T.D. Jakes, this Sony/TriStar film is directed by Randall Wallace (BRAVEHEART) and stars Greg Kinnear (AS GOOD AS IT GETS, YOU'VE GOT MAIL) as small-town Nebraska pastor and volunteer firefighter Todd Burpo, Kelly Reilly (SHERLOCK HOLMES) as his stay-at-home wife, Sonja, and newcomer Connor Corum as their young son, Colton. While HEAVEN IS FOR REAL does not clearly present the biblical teaching on how a person gets to heaven or comes to know Jesus, it is a high quality outreach tool for Christians to share with non-believers about the reality of heaven and the Gospel.
posted Apr 16 2014 4:30AM
The construction equipment company Caterpillar decided to show off their heavy machinery by making an ad featuring thebiggest game of JENGA ever. They used 27 wood blocks that weigh 600 pounds EACH, and somehow no one got crushed.
posted Apr 16 2014 4:25AM
A video called "World's Toughest Job" is getting millions of hits on YouTube. It's a guy interviewing people for a FAKE job, which requires 135 hours a week on your FEET, with no breaks. And it pays NOTHING. So obviously no one's interested.
But by the end, you find out the job he's describing is being a MOM. And the whole thing is a Mother's Day ad for greeting cards. (He reveals it's a prank at 2:44. And don't miss the woman who gets choked up talking about her mom at 3:35.)