White House Correspondent’s Dinner: President Obama & Jimmy Kimmel!

Posted by: | April 29, 2012 at 5:11 a.m.


As expected, two of newest viral videos come from the 98th annual White House Correspondents’ Association dinner on Saturday night at the Washington Hilton, and as usual, no one at the annual gathering of media, celebrities and politicians was off limits. Both Jimmy Kimmel and President Obama got their digs in at the Secret Service, Washington’s political and media elite–and each other! Last year’s dinner occurred on the eve of Osama bin Laden’s killing, and the anniversary was the subject for several jokes. “Who will it be this year?” Kimmel quipped. The Navy SEALs, he said, should focus on the Kardashians. “We finally delivered justice to one of world’s most notorious individuals,” President Obama recalled, as an image of Donald Trump appeared on a screen. In case you missed it, both speeches are here!

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Net Sensation Nathan Barnatt/aka/ Keith Apicary Viral Dance Audition!

Posted by: | April 28, 2012 at 9:38 p.m.


Nathan Barnatt is a character actor, dancer and stuntman, and the hottest YouTube star on the internet! One of his characters is socially awkward gamer and Sega enthusiast Keith Apicary ,who could be distantly related to Napoleon Dynamite, if you know what I mean! Take a look at what happened on L.A. TV station’s KTLA Channel 5 morning news this past week!

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That’s Why God Made The Radio – Beach Boys New Single Is Out!

Posted by: | April 27, 2012 at 7:10 a.m.


This past Wednesday, two decades after their last original studio album, The Beach Boys released a new single, “That’s Why God Made the Radio,” off their upcoming album of the same name. The song features the three surviving original Beach Boys (Brian Wilson, Mike Love and Al Jardine) along with Beach Boys regulars David Marks and Bruce Johnston, who joined the band in the ’60s. The group also kicked off a tour on Tuesday night in Tuscon, Arizona, to celebrate their 50th-anniversary; they signed with Capitol Records (still their label) in July of 1962.

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Beyonce named People Magazine’s Most Beautiful! Watch Cover Shoot!

Posted by: | April 26, 2012 at 9:59 p.m.


A behind the scenes look at Beyonce’s shoot for the cover of People Magazine naming her “Most Beautiful” for 2012, and Beyonce’s reaction why she’s happy it comes at this point in her life!

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Jimmy Fallon Slow Jams The News With President Obama At UNC!

Posted by: | April 25, 2012 at 9:14 a.m.


Jimmy Fallon took his late night NBC show on the road to the University of North Carolina last night, and while talking to the UNC student audience about the prospect of student loan rates doubling in the coming months unless Congress steps in, decided to slow jam the news with President Obama and The Roots!

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Take The Skateboarding Ride Of Your Life With This New Viral Video!

Posted by: | April 25, 2012 at 8:32 a.m.


Maryhill Loops Road is an experimental road in south central Washington state, built by good roads promoter Samuel Hill in 1911 as the first asphalt road in the state. The road is closed to public motor vehicle traffic but is open to pedestrians and bicycles. The Maryhill Museum of Art rents use of the road for private events by automobile, motorcycle, bicycling, and skateboarding clubs. In this video, two skateboarding girls at the top of Maryhill calmly asking the cameraman if the camera is on, and then starting out, quickly gain tremendous speed, all the while their cameraman skates right on behind them capturing the incredible speed. And no safety gear but a helmet, knee pads, and gloves. It’s riveting to watch!

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GMA Celebrates Ending Today Show 16 Year Winning Streak With Video!

Posted by: | April 24, 2012 at 6:28 p.m.


Popular YouTube remix artist DJ Steve Porter has returned to the net with his latest piece. After watching hours and hours of ABC’s Good Morning America program, he compiled and remixed countless clips into an amazing piece of dance music. GMA aired the piece as they celebrated posting their first weekly win in total viewers in 16 years — since the week of Dec. 4, 1995. According to Nielsen, GMA drew 5.147 million viewers for the week of April 9, the first week back for co-host Robin Roberts after a weeklong vacation, to Today‘s 5.134 million.

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2012 Teachers of the year honored at the White House Tuesday!

Posted by: | April 24, 2012 at 11:19 a.m.


I’m sure most of you feel like I do when it comes to thanking your teachers for the education & inspiration they gave you, from kindergarten to college. I had some of the best you could ever hope for as a student! And Tuesday at the White House, President Obama honored Rebecca Mieliwocki, a 7th-grade English teacher in California’s Luther Burbank High School, as the 2012 National Teacher of the Year, and thanked all the finalists for their hard work and dedication each and every day in the classroom.

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Time Lapse Video Of A Girl Going From 1 to 12 years old in under 3 minutes!

Posted by: | April 24, 2012 at 6:48 a.m.


Frans Hofmeester made this time lapse video a week ago, but it only went viral this week after being spotlighted by the media. Frans filmed his daughter a little bit every week, from the day she was born until now, when she is twelve years old. To be continued as life does as her dad explains on the video below.

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Madonna talks about being Madonna, & She Needs To Be A Tougher Mom!

Posted by: | April 23, 2012 at 10:52 p.m.

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Juggling a new album that debuted at number one and being a single mother to four kids is not easy, Madonna tells NBC’s Harry Smith, saying she may need to toughen up after photos surfaced of her 15-year-old daughter smoking a cigarette.

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60 Minutes investigates Lehman Bros. which triggered 2008 financial chaos!

Posted by: | April 22, 2012 at 11:39 p.m.


Steve Kroft talks to the bank examiner whose investigation reveals the how and why of the spectacular financial collapse of Lehman Brothers, the bankruptcy that triggered the world financial crisis. But you notice 4 years later, the watchdog SEC has not charged anyone and no one has been prosecuted yet. Hmmmmm

STEVE KROFT’S REACTION TO THIS LACK OF ACCOUNTABILITY, CLICK THE “MORE” BUTTON!

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They Can’t Take My Eyes Off You Video Compilation of 150 Movie Scenes!

Posted by: | April 21, 2012 at 2:21 a.m.


A common camera trick many directors use in film is having a character look directly into the camera. The viewer feels connected by the eye contact in a way otherwise not possible. To just get an idea of how popular this camera technique is, check out this video of nearly 150 famous films when the audience makes eye contact with a character. Here’s Looking At You with the list of the movies used below! Just click on the “more” button

FILMS USED
00:00 Titanic
00:02 The Age of Innocence
00:04 The Rocky Horror Picture Show
00:05 Singles
00:06 Harry Potter and the Prisioner of Azkaban
00:07 Goodfellas
00:09 Coraline
00:11 Rebecca
00:13 Superman
00:15 The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
00:19 The Big Lebowski
00:21 The Muppets Christmas Carol
00:24 The Sixth Sense
00:27 Les Quatre Cents Coups
00:31 Witness
00:32 Once Upon a Time in the West
00:35 Boogie Nights
00:38 Ying Xiong (Hero)
00:40 Le samouraï
00:42 Trading Places
00:44 Scott Pilgrim vs The World
00:45 Shallow Grave
00:47 A Scanner Darkly
00:49 Apocalypse Now
00:52 Con Air
00:54 Tinker Taylor Soldier Spy
00:56 The Ides of March
00:59 Napoleon
01:01 2001: A Space Odyssey
01:04 Groundhog Day
01:06 Ratatouille
01:07 Crank
01:08 Die Hard
01:09 Raising Arizona
01:11 Wayne’s World
01:12 The Fantastic Mr. Fox
01:13 Pulp Fiction
01:14 The Graduate
01:15 Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
01:16 Christmas Vacation
01:17 Brazil
01:20 Amélie
01:22 Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
01:24 Braveheart
01:26 The Devil’s Advocate
01:27 Breaking the Waves
01:29 American Beauty
01:31 Back to the Future II
01:34 The Fountain
01:36 Un Prophète
01:38 Zatoichi
01:40 The Fifth Element
01:42 Alfie
01:44 Three Amigos!
01:45 The Artist
01:48 Married to the Mob
01:51 Rushmore
01:54 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
01:56 Romeo + Juliet
01:59 The Girl with a Pearl Earring
02:02 The Fellowship of the Ring
02:06 Secretary
02:10 Kill Bill Vol. 1
02:13 Le Escaphandre et le Papillon
02:16 Strangers on a Train
02:21 Funny Games
02:23 In the Line of Fire
02:25 Fight Club
02:27 Misery
02:31 Clockwork Orange
02:34 The Silence of the Lambs
02:37 Metropolis
02:39 Sunset Boulevard
02:42 Psycho
02:47 The Shining
02:48 Mars Attacks!
02:49 Bronson
02:50 Evil Dead II
02:52 Austin Powers: The Spy who Shagged Me
02:53 Rashômon
02:55 Black Swan
02:57 The Exorcist
02:58 The Night of the Living Dead
02:59 Les Yeux Sans Visage
03:01 Nosferatu
03:03 Vertigo
03:05 Invasion of the Body Snatchers
03:07 Home Alone
03:09 True Lies
03:10 A Christmas Story
03:12 Robocop
03:14 Full Metal Jacket
03:15 Do the Right Thing
03:17 The Silence of the Lambs
03:19 Dead Man
03:20 Bad Lieutenant
03:22 Bad Boys
03:23 Dip Huet Seung Hung (The Killer)
03:24 Idi i Smotri
03:25 Goodfellas
03:27 Hanna
03:28 The Great Train Robbery
03:30 La Haine
03:32 Saturday Night Fever
03:35 Stranger Than Fiction
03:38 Super
03:40 Steamboat Bill, Jr.
03:43 Tangled
03:44 Trainspotting
03:47 Rango
03:49 Enter The Void
03:52 The Royal Tenenbaums
03:54 Black Narcissus
03:55 American Beauty
03:57 Lady in the Lake
04:00 The Virgin Suicides
04:02 Rear Window
04:03 À Bout de Souffle
04:04 Little Children
04:05 Nine 1/2 Weeks
04:06 Spellbound
04:07 Splice
04:09 25th Hour
04:10 Cat People
04:11 Strange Days
04:12 Duck Soup
04:14 Annie Hall
04:17 The Kid
04:20 Neverending Story
04:21 Zoolander
04:23 High Fidelity
04:25 JCVD
04:26 Oldeuboi (Oldboy)
04:28 Raging Bull
04:30 Gran Torino
04:30 Ying Xiong (Hero)
04:33 Shoot’em Up
04:35 Jaws
04:36 Addams Family Values
04:37 Escape from LA
04:37 Donnie Darko
04:39 The Darjeeling Limited
04:40 Hugo
04:41 Persona
04:42 The Red Shoes
04:43 Magnolia
04:45 Le notti di Cabiria
04:50 The Truman Show

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