If you were a kid in the early ’90s, you surely remember the commercial for the Milton Bradley board game Crossfire, which combined ‘Beyond Thunderdome’-like visuals with a hard-charging, fist-pumping, arena-anthem of a theme song.
In this video, glam rock pseudo-band Steel Panther cover the once-ubiquitous Crossfire tune, and Freddie Wong, who also directed the video, tries to avoid being taken out by a life-sized Crossfire game.
In a couple of new promotional spots for his September 19 Comedy Central Roast, Charlie Sheen is cast as the conductor of the Roast Express, a crazy train loaded with silicon-injected goddesses and visualizations of some of Sheen’s notorious catch phrases (“winning,” anyone?).
The train makes stops in Goddess Harbor and Tiger Valley, but when one babe asks if Normalville is on the route, Sheen quips that “we left there a long time ago.”
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.
In this video, a bunch of Indian youths grab hold of the side of a train and “surf” it through the station’s platform. Then the train leaves the station, with the boys still casually hanging on, and things go from pretty nutty to completely insane.
Scott Weaver has spent the last 35 years building a highly-detailed tower replica of San Francisco using only toothpicks. And it that wasn’t impressive (or insane) enough, his tower allows ping pong balls to take a half-dozen differently routed tours throughout San Francisco’s neighborhoods and famous landmarks.
In the video below, Walker walks you through all of his painstaking creation’s twists.
The legendary passion of the European soccer fan isn’t just for the young, apparently.
This aged spectator at a Dutch Second Division (minor league) match was so irate that the ref had showed the home team six yellow cards in a four-to-three loss that he stormed the pitch with his mobility scooter and then twice rammed into the offending official. Checking out the low-speed assault below.
Cars are far less likely to explode in real life than they are in the movies. But when they do, you certainly don’t want your face anywhere close to the dramatic combustion.
The firefighter in this video had no choice on the matter, as he was trying to douse an already flaming car when it exploded right under his chin. Yet through some combination of testicular fortitude and confidence in his flame-retardant suit, the smoke eater doesn’t even flinch when the car blows up. Check out the amazing reaction below.
In a final act of loyalty, Hawkeye, the dog of slain Navy SEAL U.S. Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Jon T. Tumilson walked up to his fallen master’s casket during the funeral in Rockford, Iowa, and then laid mournfully down beside the body for the rest of the proceedings.
The 5.8 earthquake that struck yesterday gave folks all over the middle part of the East Coast something to breathlessly discuss. Yet, no one seems to have been seriously injured in the shake. In other words, BEST EARTHQUAKE EVER!
In Chantilly, Virginia, which is not too far from the quake’s epicenter, an auto shop was shooting a commercial when the ground went wobbly. Here is the footage from the shoot, which pretty much sums up the essence of the East Coast earthquake — a brief rush of fear followed by the baffling realization that you just experienced an earthquake.
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