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Hi. Bob here. I scour the internet for daily videos for you. When I find them, I post them here for you to check out, share and enjoy!
by Bob posted Sep 15 2014 4:20AM

If you haven't seen it, there's a video making the rounds of a husky lying on the floor completely limp . . . because his owner wants to put him in his crate. And whenever it moans, it sounds like it's saying the word "No".

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Topics : Human Interest
by Bob posted Sep 15 2014 4:14AM

In an interview on SEAN HANNITY'S show last week, Sarah said, quote, "As I watched [President Obama's] speech [Wednesday], the thought going through my mind was: 'I owe America a global apology' . . .

"Because, through all of this, John McCain should be our President. He had the advice . . . about the residual forces that must be left behind in order to secure the peace in Iraq that we had fought so hard for."

She didn't say WHAT she was apologizing for, and Sean didn't press her. He was anxious to cut to a cool map of the Middle East that showed the cities controlled by the terrorist group, ISIS.

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Topics : PoliticsWar_Conflict
Location : Middle East
People : John McCainObama
by Bob posted Sep 12 2014 4:33AM

On Wednesday morning, a news crew in Knoxville, Tennessee was in the middle of a live broadcast . . . when a BAT started dive-bombing them. There were three anchors . . . one guy and two women . . . and they ALL freaked out. CLICK on link below to watch

(Search for "Bat Dive-Bombs Anchors.")

by Bob posted Sep 12 2014 4:31AM

There's a video making the rounds of a bear cub that walked onto a golf course in Canada recently . . . and started playing with the flag stick in one of the holes. Then it picked up someone's golf ball in its mouth and walked off with it.

(Search for "Baby Bear Circus Act on Golf Course." It picks up the ball at 1:56. Does anyone else thing these guys are idiots for getting as CLOSE as they did to a bear and its cubs? Check out the guy at 2:02 start walking toward them.)

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by Bob posted Sep 12 2014 4:24AM

Remember five-year-old NOAH RITTER? He's the kid who was huge on YouTube last month after he couldn't stop saying the world "apparently" during a local news interview. And yesterday, he got to do an interview on "Ellen".

The highlight was probably when he talked about how exciting it was to jump from bed to bed in his hotel room the night before.

Then near the end, Ellen told him she invited a DINOSAUR to meet him . . . and brought in somebody in one of those realistic velociraptor outfits. But Noah got a huge laugh when he told her, quote, "I'm pretty sure that's a guy in a costume."

(Here's Part 1, and here's Part 2. The bed-jumping part is at the beginning of Part 2, and the dinosaur part is at the end of it.)

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People : EllenNOAH RITTER
by Bob posted Sep 11 2014 4:07AM
RICHARD KIEL . . . the 7-foot-2 actor best known for playing the villain JAWS in two James Bond movies . . . died yesterday at the age of 74.

TMZ says he was in the hospital for a broken leg when he passed, but it's not clear if his death was related to the injury. Kiel suffered from acromegaly, or "giantism". It's the same condition that plagued ANDRE THE GIANT.

Kiel played Jaws . . . the huge guy with the metal teeth . . . in two ROGER MOORE Bond flicks: "The Spy Who Loved Me" in 1977 and "Moonraker" in 1979. In the second one, he eventually switched sides and became Bond's ally.

Kiel was also the voice of Vlad in Disney's "Tangled" . . . and he appeared in "Happy Gilmore" as Mr. Larson, the construction boss whose head Happy accidentally shot a nail into. (Here's a clip.)

Local fan Anthony Laatsch of Kewaskum met Kiel at a Comic-Con convention in Chicago eight years ago....

(Here's one of the fight scenes from "Moonraker".)

by Bob posted Sep 10 2014 7:07AM

For a fifth consecutive year we will be collecting labels and boxtops for education. You know, you find them on Campbell's soup cans, granola bars, General Mills cereals, etc. Once again we're holding a contest to determine which school will be the recipient of this years collection. Last year Decorah Elementary in West Bend was the recipient.
If you would like your school or group to be the recipient of all the items we collect, tell us why. Be creative, original, innovative and sincere. The more you stand out, the better. Only one will be selected. Please get your requests in by Friday October 31st. You can drop them off at WBKV or mail them to Bob's attention at the WBKV studios. Good luck from AM1470, WBKV

The above is a HOLY ANGELS school (West Bend) nomination.

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Topics : Education
by Bob posted Sep 10 2014 4:34AM

Late last month, a guy in southwestern Russia saw a tornado coming straight for his house. So he got in his car, and backed out of his garage to try to get away.

Then right after he did, the tornado completely DESTROYED the garage, and tore the roof off his house. And it's Russia, so of course he had a dash-cam to get the whole thing on video.

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Location : Southwestern Russia
by Bob posted Sep 10 2014 4:21AM
I don't know what you were doing when you were 14, but I bet you were nowhere near as productive as EMILY DIPRIMO. Because she wrote and directed A FULL-LENGTH HORROR MOVIE.

It's called "Carver", and it's an '80s-style slasher flick. Yes, her dad helped her, but still. Oh, and even though she's 14 now, she was actually 13 when she did it.

She raised $32,000 on Kickstarter to make the movie, and she's so old-school that she proudly proclaims on the movie's website that it contains NO CGI BLOOD.

By the trailer, it looks like the production values are pretty decent. A lot better than they should be for a movie made on a $32,000 budget by a 13-year-old girl.

She's not the first kid to get media attention for making a horror movie, though. A 2006 zombie flick called "Pathogen" was made by a 12-year-old girl named EMILY HAGINS. The production was chronicled in a movie called "Zombie Girl".

Emily Hagins went on to write and direct the 2011 vampire comedy "My Sucky Teen Romance".

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by Bob posted Sep 9 2014 4:52AM

Oliver Struempfel slings brews at the Gillemoos festival in the town of Abensberg, Germany. Germans love beer but they love a waiter who doesn't make them wait for beer even more.

Struempful is so good at carrying overflowing mugs of tasty hops, he decided to enter a beer carrying contest at this year's festival. Unlike most of the men in attendance carrying beer in their guts, Struempfel lugged 27 mugs of beer more than 131 feet without dropping one. The previous record was a paltry 20 beers in one carry.

Watch Struempful in action and pray one of those beers is heading for your table.

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Location : Abensberg
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