“If there’s one great universal truth that we can all agree on, it’s this: No one wants poop on their hands.”
A video is going viral that shows an angry mother punching a skateboarder after he accidentally ran into her kid.
The professional skateboarder (Leland Goldberg) was at a park shooting a segment for a boarding mixtape when he accidentally ran into the child.
The kid ran directly into his path—the skateboarder didn’t see him until the last minute because he was concentrating on his tricks.
The child started crying and a woman picked him up. The boarder apologized and explained he was ‘looking down’ and didn’t mean to run into him.
The boy’s mother ran up and yelled, “Did you run into my son? On his birthday?”
She shoved the man, and before he could explain it was an accident, she clocked him straight in the mouth.
The man walked away and the video cut off. There’s no word what happened after the camera shut off.
Her name is Electra Mustaine and she sings better than her dad.
The dude is the son of one of The Sonics.
Making lanyards, roasting marshmallows and taking swim lessons are all standard fare at summer camp, but what about a post-apocalyptic death match where campers hunt each other to their doom? That’s just what participants are doing at one Florida summer camp. Country Day School in Largo, Florida, established a Hunger Games summer camp with a twist sure to reassure parents: There’s no actual killing.
The games are more akin to flag football. The campers collect flags from other children to signify a “killing.” When counselors balked at the violent rhetoric, the camp opted to alter the meaning of the flags to the more euphemistic “collecting lives.”
As the camp week progressed, counselors and the camp director grew concerned about the violence that the kids were expressing and counselors had to keep reminding the day campers that there would be no actual violence and no fight to the death. The camp’s head counselor, Lindsey Gillette, said “the violence the kids had expressed was off-putting.” Half-way through the week-long exercise, the camp decided to re-think its mission and focus instead on team-building activities, which suited participants just fine. LAME!
How did anyone even capture this?
Turns out the driver has serious injuries but is alive.
The surviving members of Nirvana are celebrating the 20-year anniversary of the band’s final studio album “In Utero” with a deluxe reissue. It drops on September 24th.
The anniversary edition will be available in different versions, but the most deluxe edition features three CDs featuring a fresh mix of the album, a never-before-released instrumental, Dave Grohl’s first demo, “Marigold,” the Steve Albini versions of singles “Heart Shaped Box” and “All Apologies” (R.E.M. producer Scott Litt sweetened the album versions), new liner notes by Bobcat Goldthwait, and Kurt Cobain’s handwritten lyrics.
There’s also a DVD that features the entirety of the legendary Live and Loud performance (among one of Nirvana’s final concerts), as well as a handful of other live performances and the director’s cut of the Anton Corbijn-helmed video for “Heart Shaped Box.”
Start wearing purple for me now!!!!
K-State fans will love this one:
The horror! Yup, that’s a shark eating another shark!
The US is the largest provider of Internet porn in the world.
The US hosts 60% of the internet porn in the entire world and two thirds of all of those porn sites are hosted in California.
The Netherlands came in second hosting over a quarter of the porn and England was third followed by Germany then France.
Nine Inch Nails dropped another new track from their upcoming “Hesitation Marks” album.
It’s called “Everything.”