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It’s Halloween Time, That Means My Favorite Addictive Game, Cat Bowling!

Posted by: | Oct. 20 at 11:47 p.m.

It’s my annual obsessive pastime! CAT BOWLING, MY FAVORITE HALLOWEEN GAME IS BACK!!! Don’t worry, no real kitties are harmed in this animated addiction:) Just Click on this link to load the card and get started!

Flashback To The Flashdance 80’s Era With Today’s Teens Crazy Reactions!

Posted by: | Oct. 19 at 7:18 p.m.


Want to flashback to the Flashdance era of the 80’s! Not if these teens can help it! Watch as they react to 80’s Era Fashions!

Stingtones! Sting Interprets Popular Ringtones With His “Stingtones”!

Posted by: | Oct. 18 at 7:49 p.m.


Sting covers classic ringtones (aka “Stingtones”), and records a personal outgoing message for an audience member to the tune of “Message In A Bottle” on Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show!

Halloween’s Coming! Is This Really Jim Morrison’s Ghost Haunting His Grave?

Posted by: | Oct. 18 at 10:10 a.m.


Halloween is just over a week away, and is this really the ghost of Jim Morrison haunting his gravesite?

3D Printing, Something I’ve Talked About The Past Few Years, Is Here!

Posted by: | Oct. 17 at 10:32 p.m.


3D Printing is finally coming into it’s own! I’ve been talking about this incredible new technology the past few years on my radio show, and now you’re starting to see more & more applications impacting our lives! It will revolutionize everything in our world, including reconstruction of our skin & body parts made up from our own cells! Take a look at this video!

Misconceptions That You Learned In School That Surprisingly Aren’t True!

Posted by: | Oct. 17 at 11:53 a.m.


“Mental Floss” weekly show where they debunk common misconceptions. This week, Elliott discusses some misconceptions you might have learned in school.

Caution! Not The Recommended Way To Carve Your Pumpkin For Halloween!

Posted by: | Oct. 16 at 7:01 p.m.


So, you want to try something a little different to carve your pumpkin for this Halloween. Check out this Tennessee man doing it with a pistol! Not recommended for populated areas that may be around you, especially if this is your first try!

Brad Pitt And Jimmy Fallon Have A Breakdance Conversation @ 30 Rock!

Posted by: | Oct. 15 at 11:23 a.m.


Apparently Jimmy Fallon & Brad Pitt have a lot in common because when it’s time to let off a little steam, they both head for the basement of 30 Rock in New York City!

87 Movies Tied Together With A Single Basketball! Must Be New NBA Season!

Posted by: | Oct. 14 at 2:52 p.m.


Today, Jean goes to the basketball court to try his brand new ball…A short film by HOTU hotu.fr/

Shia LaBeouf Clears The Air On Details Of His Infamous Arrest At “Cabaret”!

Posted by: | Oct. 14 at 5:23 a.m.


Shia LaBeouf reveals the story on Jimmy Kimmel the other night, behind his now infamous arrest at the Broadway show “Cabaret.”

III Marine Expeditionary Force Band vs. Republic of Korea Classic Drum Battle!

Posted by: | Oct. 13 at 4:35 p.m.


A friendly drum line competition between the III Marine Expeditionary Force (III MEF) Band and the Republic of Korea (ROK) Army Band. Semper Fi!

Cat Stevens Opens Up The October 12th Simpson’s Edition Couch Gag!

Posted by: | Oct. 12 at 12:12 a.m.


Looks like the Simpsons producers are Cat Stevens fans, because the show’s October 12th opener pays tribute to one of Stevens’s most popular albums, Tea For The Tillerman. Simpsons titled “Super Franchise Me,” the usual theme song during the opening is replaced with the title track of Stevens’ 1970 breakthrough album, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The “couch gag” features animated images of the Simpsons family acting out the album cover, plus the song’s lyrics like “tea for the Tillerman,” “steak for the son,” “wine for the woman who made the rain come.” The timing goes along with Stevens’, who goes by the name Yusuf Islam, announcement of a new album Tell ‘Em I’m Gone due out October 27 – his first new album in five years. He also announced a North American tour, Peace Train… Late Again, in support of the new album, and his first tour stateside in over 35 years.