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Wednesday, March 28, 2012
In Kevin Smith's "Mallrats," a character could never see a sailboat in a magic eye illusion. But was there a sailboat there to begin with?
While discussing his trade to the New York Jets, Tim Tebow says he's excited 44 times during the press conference. Apparently he's pretty excited, I guess.
Kids these days with their video games and loud music and ability to just do backflips in random locations.
This guy being attacked by a goose while going to work is pretty funny. But the reactions from the co-workers shooting it from afar make it even better.
Pressuring Iran-News Analysis-01-23-2012
The EU has finally agreed to impose an embargo on Iran's oil in a bid to force Tehran into abandoning its nuclear energy program. The EU ban which will come into effect on July the first, immediately impacted oil prices in the world market.
April Fool's day is fast approaching - do you know who you're pranking yet? Don't forget to film it!
"Quigley" was released in 2003 and how did we all miss it? Busey as a dog?
This literal rendering of LMFAO's "Party Rock Anthem" with MS Paint takes rocking to a whole other dimension. THE SECOND DIMENSION!
This 22-month toddler is rock climbing to reach its toys. Yeah, you read that right.
This just proves again you can't judge a book by its cover. This guy doesn't look like he can sing.
This guy had the fantastic idea to dress as Nic Cage from "Face/Off" and go to Hollywood Blvd. to see if anyone noticed.
When most drivers see a river in front of them, they reverse and find another way across. But not this driver.
This guy is doing well until he gets to this hurdle. Then, everything goes wrong.
This guy got arrested for intoxication and didn't agree with the charges. After pleading his case, he decides to belt out his emotions...
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Let's be honest: we all really wanted our mom to chew up our food then spit it into our mouths. No?
Bollywood fight scenes are often ridiculous when it comes to their relaxed views on the laws of physics, but this one is pretty insane.
Normal babies are pushed around in boring, plain looking strollers. But not this baby.
This is how they get us, people. They learn to walk, roll, and now high jump.
This news reporter paused just long enough to realize what she was about to say... then said it anyway.
This awesome guy is able to paint on water. But the moment you frame it, you're going to be very upset.
Listen, if you almost run over a guy on a motorcycle, it's best to just apologize instead of fighting with him, trying to run him over again, then drive across lanes and crash into parked cars. At least, to me it is.
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90 seconds at 9 am: Risk off (news with David Chaston)
Commodity prices fall markets move to 'risk-off' view oil and gold weaken Dow down 1% EU stocks down 1%+ Developing world to come to EU aid Business confidence Graeme Hart reports on operations eyes on debt load
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AfterElton.comBest Movie Ever?: "9 to 5"AfterElton.comI'm always looking for reasons to talk about the movies we actually care about, the flicks that go beyond critical acclaim and wheedle their way into our fickle, sometimes not-so-open hearts.
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AnnArbor.comFreeze experiment draws amused crowd to University of Michigan DiagAnnArbor.comUS Attorney General Eric Holder has been tapped as this year's University of Michigan Law School commencement speaker. University of Michigan junior Keegan Cisowski, right, freezes in place with Do Random Acts of Kindness (DoRAK) co-director Rachael ...a
SalonThe movie trailer revolutionSalonAnd all of these changes are visible in a single piece of film marketing: the movie trailer. Trailers have become a culture and an art form all to themselves.
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Victor Sperandeo talks about precious metals and the world economy with James Turk
In this video, renowned Wall Street trader and financial commentator Victor Sperandeo and James Turk, director of the GoldMoney Foundation, discuss whether or not gold is still a good buy at these prices, and some of the macroeconomic trends that have powered the gold and silver bull markets. Victor and James also talk about the dire fiscal position the US government is in, and some of the political and economic pressures th