What If Pixar Made The Expendables 2? Arnie and Sly have got nothing on Buzz and Woody! Take a look!
Southern California’s Imperial County was shaken up with over 300 earthquakes starting this past Sunday morning at 8:30 and continuing into Monday morning ranging from 2.5 to 4.1 magnitudes! The USGS website shows the largest quake registered a 5.5 on the Richter Scale, with one family in Brawley, CA capturing a 5.4 quake on video. The family turned on the camera just in time that shows the shaker, and the force of the quake!
David Banks got quite the surprise on his 50th birthday. David works with explosives, so his co-workers thought an exploding birthday cake would be an appropriate way to celebrate. Thankfully, the explosion and his reaction were caught on video.
William C. Rhoden, columnist for The New York Times, talks to Anthony Mason and Rebecca Jarvis about what happens to Lance Armstrong — his career, his foundation and his legacy — now that the U.S. anti-doping agency wiped out his seven Tour de France titles and banned him for life from cycling.
Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, has died at the age of 82. Randall Pinkston takes a look back at the remarkable life and legacy of the space pioneer.
Here’s a vintage clip from the game show “I’ve Got A Secret” where Astronaut Neil Armstrong’s parents, Stephen Koenig Armstrong and Viola Louise Engel Armstrong have a secret that their son was just made an astronaut on this day at 3 PM, September 17, 1962. Armstrong was one of nine new men so chosen. Host Garry Moore asks an incredible question, “Now, how would you feel, Mrs. Armstrong, if it turned out – of course nobody knows – but if it turns out that your son is the first man to land on the moon? What, how do, how would you feel?” He asks this nearly seven years before it actually happens on July 20 1969! Neil’s mom’s reply is priceless, “Well, guess I’d just say god bless him and I wish him the best of all good luck.” Neil Armstrong did not see this recording until 40 years after it originally aired.
On the night of July 27th, 2012, a huge prank was pulled in New York City and this is the video of what took place. Brett Cohen came up with a crazy idea to fool thousands of pedestrians walking the streets of Times Square into thinking he was a huge celebrity, and it worked! He dressed up like a typical celebrity and was accompanied by an entourage of two professional bodyguards, two assistants, and photographers pretending to be paparazzi. While the assistants and photographers waited for Brett to exit the 49th street marquee at NBC Studios, they started a buzz that a “big star” was about to walk out, thus making it worth their while to wait and get a picture. Many asked the crew whom Brett was, and no answer was given. As the crew walked over to Times Square, the crowds around Brett grew on each consecutive block. Very few people even questioned who he was, where he was from, or what he does. Brett took pictures with nearly 300 people before the stunt ended. The video even includes interviews with people who had just taken a picture with Brett. This social experiment, of sorts, makes a profound statement about how modern culture is so attracted to pop culture, without any real credibility needed!
The original Smooth Criminal!
A Russian biker is on video riding a tiny little bike. The video looks just like Homer Simpson’s attempt to be Krusty the Clown in Klown College for any Simpsons fans that have seen the episode. In the video the man, dressed in full cyclist gear, pulls a miniature bicycle out of his backpack and puts it on the ground. He fits one foot onto one side and somehow balances enough to get both feet on and start pedaling. The bike has wheels, pedals and a handlebar but is barely as big as the cyclist’s foot. The pedals are slightly bigger and somehow seem able to support him as he pedals.
Most popular facebook post this past week on my personal & fan facebook pages….”The Difference Between Cats & Dogs!
Your childhood bunk bed nightmares come true!
Most asked about facebook post this past week, “Best USB Hub Ever”!
Bentley, an 8 week old Bulldog puppy, is very fussy…with an attitude:)
Remember, you have to keep your mouth CLOSED when you’re doing this!
And this final reminder from Honest Abe!
Based on “Glamour” Magazine’s original premise of 30 Things A Woman Should Know By The Time She’s 30″, Facebook Regulars created a new list of their own. Take a look too, guys! You may learn something that applies to you too! It turns out that 30 is not the new 20. It doesn’t even want to be the new 20. Instead, 30 is when life really starts getting good. Here’s what you should know by your third decade to truly make the most of it.
CLICK HERE TO SEE HOW MANY OF THE 30 YOU DON’T KNOW!
In a discussion that that started when Robert Pattinson confessed to Jimmy Kimmel that he actually went on craigslist in the past to buy cars, and go over to an owner’s house to negotiate a price for them! You can see women all over the world suddenly listing their automobiles on craigslist in hopes he’ll show up:)
Actress Valerie Bertinelli honored with the 2,476th Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Wednesday, August 22nd. The “Hot in Cleveland” star received her star surrounded by her TV series co-stars – Betty White, Jane Leeves and Wendie Malick – who were all at the ceremony across the street from Grauman’s Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard. Bertinelli is best known for her co-starring role on CBS’ “One Day at a Time” in the mid- ’70s. She received two Golden Globes for her portrayal of teen Barbara Cooper in the show. New episodes of “Hot in Clevland” are scheduled to air November 28.
Creator Ron Nief, emeritus director of public affairs at Beloit, talks about the origins of the Mindset List and its growing international appeal. The List, first introduced in 1998 as a tool for the faculty at the college, it is now distributed and discussed around the world. This years list reminds incoming college freshman that they should keep their eyes open for Justin Bieber or Dakota Fanning at freshman orientation. Since they’ve been born, the United States has measured progress by a 2 percent jump in unemployment and a 16 cent rise in the price of a first class postage stamp, and they have lived in an era of instant stardom and self-proclaimed celebrities, famous for being famous.
CLICK HERE FOR THE 2016 LIST & PAST LISTS!
The National Insurance Crime Bureau released the annual Hot Wheels for 2012, the list of the 10 most-stolen vehicles submitted by law enforcement to the National Crime Information Center with the vehicle make, model and model year most reported stolen in 2011. The good news that comes out of this report is that car theft has dropped by 3.3 percent compared to 2010, and last year was the lowest for vehicles thefts since 1967, but as crooks get more high tech, thefts of late-model cars have been on the rise. Watch the video to see how your newer car may be at risk more often than not now!
In 2011, the top 10 most-stolen vehicles as indicated by the NICB Hot Wheels lists were:
1994 Honda Accord
1998 Honda Civic
2006 Ford F-Series
1991 Toyota Camry
2000 Dodge Caravan
1994 Acura Integra
1999 Chevrolet Silverado
2004 Dodge Ram
2002 Ford Explorer
1994 Nissan Sentra
Since 2008, the 1994 Honda Accord has topped the list of most-stolen vehicles, but for the most part, the list always contains many of these same makes and models with slight changes in the model year.
Great Britain’s X-Factor contestant, Zoe Alexander,turns the show into the XXX-Factor with the worst outburst you’ve ever seen from a failed reality show audition toward the judges! It starts at the end of her stage time with her throwing the microphone at the judges, and then with her father at her side coming back on stage toward the judges screaming at them, charging at & shoving TV cameramen, all the while unleashing a string of obscenities in her rage like you’ve never seen, as she storms off! Next stop…Anger Management:)