A new Brian Williams rap video has gone viral. This time he’s throwing down on Gin and Juice!
Is there nothing better to do in Saudi Arabia? No movie theatres? Roller rinks? Laser tag? I guess this would be what we would do if we got really, really, bored.
What happens when you think you’re buying ecstasy but instead it’s meth? This:
Tens of thousands of marijuana smokers gathered in a Denver park to celebrate the April 20 (4/20) pot holiday, in the first state in the nation to legalize recreational marijuana.
Although it is still against the law to publicly smoke marijuana in Colorado, police reported only 130 citations or arrests over the course of the two-day event, 92 for marijuana consumption.
A 19-year-old in Salem, Oregon wanted to throw an awesome outdoor party last week.
He started passing out invites using the hashtag #projectnat.
It quickly spread around the highschool and started getting tons of attention… Including the local sheriff.
The kid was arrested for giving alcohol to a minor and disorderly conduct.
His friends are now selling T-shirts with his mugshots on them.
He also tweeted his comments on the issue saying: “The fact that I am on any news sites, let alone major ones like shows that the medias priorities are distorted beyond belief. “
Props to this kid for trolling the news with his Fischer-Price microphone and his night-time sunglasses!
I wonder if the dad from the movie “Gremlins” had anything to do with this invention. Either way, these two robots are pretty damn cool.
A video has gone viral from a parent who let’s his six-year-old son operate his motorcycle.
The video is from the point of view of the father and shows his son sitting in front of him on his motorcycle. Part of the way through the video the dad takes his hands off the handlebars and that’s when his son takes control.
The reactions have been mixed from parents and motorcycle fans – some say it’s not a big deal, some can’t believe how unsafe he’s being.
For some crazy reason, a teenager tried to take a selfie in front of an oncoming train. He was a “safe distance” from the train, but things didn’t go as expected.
As he was taking video, he took a boot to the side of the face.
The train’s engineer thought the close-to-a-speeding-train picture was a bad idea, so he yelled and then kicked the teen directly in the head.
A staged abduction at a park in Sequim, Washington caused parents to panic and call 911.
A van pulled over next to a playground full of kids and a man in a ski mask jumped out, ran up to a little boy, picked him up and jumped back in the van.
Parents started calling 911 while kids and parents on the playground panicked.
The van came back moments later and the people inside told everyone they were making an educational video on child abductions — and the boy’s mother was in on it.
Bravo! That dude deserves a raise.