It’s a day of mourning for every couch potato in America. The single greatest television companion (before the DVR) is the wireless remote control. Sadly its inventor, Eugene Polley, died this past Sunday at age 96 of natural causes.
News bloopers are a dime a dozen and they just keep on coming. In this news report from CBS 2 New York, the news room cuts to a reporter live at the scene of a story that can only be “breaking news” at a local station. But what happens behind the reporter is what made it news blooper glory.
Two 13-year-old girls got more than just tan-lines when they decided to sunbathe on a rural road. The unfortunate accident took place in Economy, PA, when a 19-year-old man in a vehicle didn’t see the girls lying on the road and ran over them. To make things even more unfortunate – the guy behind the wheel was someone the girls knew.
After admitting he was ‘Born This Way,’ the magic of editing (and loads of free time) brings us another crossover music video featuring President Obama singing the words to a hit pop song. This time, to LMFAO‘s overplayed, er, extremely popular ‘Sexy and I Know It.’
It was only a couple days ago that we showed you a video of Batman cruising in his ‘Batmobile’ (but really a black Lamborghini) on I-95 in Silver Spring, Maryland. What we didn’t see later is the same Batman getting pulled over by Montgomery Country police because of an improper rear license plate. Turns out the bat symbol isn’t a street legal plate.
What’s helicopter basketball you ask? Why it’s only the hottest new… actually no, this is just a one time stunt. Pulled off by Man vs. Internet, the stunt is the ‘world record’ shot attempt from a helicopter hovering over a basketball hoop 192 feet below. Factoring the wind and the height, it’s no easy feat.
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