A program on the Discovery Channel shows how hot dogs are made… and it’s pretty gross.
On “How It’s Made” they show the remains of pork, beef and chicken being ground together, reduced quite literally to a pulp and then re-formed into a dog.
The show explains that hotdogs are made from trimmings of meat left over after cutting steaks and pork chips.
They also say that corn syrup is added to the meat for a touch of sweetness.
So you’re walking along and you see a perfectly good 40-story building, and you think to yourself: I’m going to do a hand-stand on top of that. WHY??? Either you have no fear, or a death wish. Either way, we’re glad this dude put a Go Pro around his ankle and captured the whole thing.
The single most terrifying thing that can happen to a pitcher. Yikes!
Well, that’s embarrassing. They should have utilized the Ozzy Osbourne method of pouring a bucket of water on him to conceal the pee. And thrown in a bitchin’ guitar solo. That’s just our opinion, though.
Two Army vets called out a guy wearing fake military gear at San Joaquin College in California and it was all caught on video.
He was wearing an E-8 rank and Ranger, E.O.D. and 101st Airborne tabs.
They recognized the uniform as fake and called him out.
Cellphone video captured the anger from an Army vet and an ex-Army ranger.
The vets are asked to leave the man in military gear alone, and one of them responds: “I am a United States f***ing Ranger and this guy is not. I had four brothers who died with this goddamn tab on their arms.”
The man in the fake uniform eventually walked away and the video stopped, so there’s no word what happened next.
It was only a matter of time before this happened. Well placed, sir.
A woman in Tennessee crashed her car into a church and then stabbed her husband in the chest– telling him, “The devil is in me.”
After the woman drove her car through the front doors of the church, she called her husband to come get her. When he found her lying in front of the altar, she stabbed him with a large kitchen knife.
He pulled the knife from his chest, returned to his apartment and waited for police. Officers found his wife and arrested her.
The woman told police she had decided to live for God, and that God told her she should not smoke marijuana all day and night. God said that she only needed to smoke pot to relax at night. She also said she was mad because her husband was “worshipping the NASCAR race at Bristol.”
She then admitted that God wanted her to get in the church, so she drove her car through the front doors. She also said that the devil told her to bring the knife with her.
In hindsight, it would’ve been disappointing if he DIDN’T deny him, right? Right.
Anchors were on the air, live at KTLA in Los Angeles when an earthquake shook the city. One of the anchors’ face is undeniably the GREATEST earthquake face ever.
As if Kiss wasn’t already getting enough bad publicity for its decision not to perform at their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the band was given another PR black eye by vandals disguised in Kiss masks who destroyed over 25 cars at a New Jersey body shop. Recently released surveillance video captured four guys wearing Paul Stanley’s “Starchild” face paint causing close to $40,000 worth of damage at SB Maaco’s in Saddle Brook, NJ.
Watch these dudes in Paul Stanley masks totally vandalize cars at an auto body shop. Nuts.