Before they become a symbolic of a terrible tragedy which befell America almost ten years ago, the World Trade Center Towers were a symbol of New York City and its largesse. To commemorate the tenth anniversary of September 11, editor Dan Meth has compiled a supercut of most of the Twin Towers’ best big screen cameos.
Arizona man Jesus Llovera is out for justice after actor Steven Seagal drove a tank into his home, killing his puppy, during a police raid that was filmed for Seagal’s reality TV show ‘Steven Seagal: Lawman.’
Ashley McDowell of Spartanberg, South Carolina probably thought she was a master negotiator when she haggled with two men a McDonald’s parking lot for a new iPad, getting the price down from $300 to $180. But when McDowell got home and opened the box, she instead found a plank of wood.
Checking your Facebook status could lead to your company’s downfall.
Okay, that may be a bit of an exaggeration, but tech blogger Michael Fitzgerald was able to calculate that workers wasting time on the social networking site costs US companies $280 billion in annual productivity losses.
86-year-old LeRoy Luetscher dropped his pruning shears while gardening, and tripped and fell when he went to pick them up. In a horrifying mishap, the handle of the shears entered into his right eye-socket and made its way all the way to the middle of his neck.
If you’re done with planking, and you don’t have the pool required for leisure diving, or the friend required for horsemaning, maybe the latest photo game called “stocking” is for you.
To play, all you have to do is find a stock photo of somebody doing one of the mundane things that are featured in stock photos, and then try to replicate that pose as best you can. The blog Stocking Is the New Planking is the official clearing house for these images of imitation, a few of which you can check out below.
When little Phoebe gets buried up to her neck in sand, she doesn’t get restless like most two-year-olds would. Instead, she insists that her mom put more sand on her. The things that entertain toddlers …
While foul balls hit into the stands provide fans with the chance to make some pretty epiccatches, those suckers are traveling at high enough speeds to cause an injury.
During last night’s game against the Orioles, Yankees third baseman Eric Chavez almost catches a foul ball that was headed for the crowd. When he can’t make the grab, the ball ends up hitting a woman in the front row smack in the unprotected face.
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