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Sometimes it’s better to just sleep it off when you’ve had too much. This frat boy needed a little help getting tucked in for the night, so he found a nice bouncer to help him lie down for the night. The bouncer is in complete control of this ‘fight’ from start to finish. Watch him mange the distance until captain college here takes the first swing. Once the threat has been established it’s lights out. The post Bouncer drops drunk frat boy with single punch appeared first on America. Girls. Guns..
She got her start as a contestant on the Korean music talent competition K-pop Star, but her real passion is playing rock music on the drums. At first glance you might think this is just an excuse to show a girl in lingerie on a drum kit. You’re not wrong, but surprisingly she’s really good! She loves the sound of 80’s rock and speed metal and regularly posts videos of her covers to YouTube. Enjoy her cover of ‘Oblivion’ by The Winery Dogs. The post High speed drummer isn’t comfortable unless she’s playing in her favorite lingerie appeared first on [More]
While on vacation in Las Vegas, Nevada, a pair of Canadian tourists decided to try something truly American, so they went immediately to the gun range. They were scared at first, but immediately discovered a love for something new. Just look at those smiling faces. You’ll have to excuse their assumption that the 50 in .50 caliber doesn’t mean 50mm, guns can be confusing to first timers who’ve only ever used the metric system. Actually there’s a lot to excuse between the choice of range wear and trigger discipline, but the RSO was standing there the whole time so we’ll [More]
Lebanese photographer Karim Bechara captured a stunning photograph of lightning bolts striking Beirut, Lebanon. “The reason lightning doesn’t strike twice in the same place is that the same place isn’t there the second time,” – he explains. Image credits: Karim Bechara
Welcome to the Wasteland! This video is a compilation of 5 Science Experiments that are amazing and yet dangerous. Make sure you do not try these at home and have an adult around while trying to attempt these. FlameThrower- 00:22 Dry Ice Bubbles- 02:41 Wheels of Fire- 04:23 Balls of Fire- 06:29 Ammonium Dichromate Volcano- 08:10 Subscribe for more Insane Videos: Watch more here: I am THE RED RENEGADE! My experiments are bold and audacious… but very very exciting to watch! I come from nowhere, but what I bring to you is my immeasurable passion for science. Lurking [More]
In the 6th episode of ‘Next Level Living,” we explore the scientific benefits of friendship, how we’re hardwired to make connections, and how humans benefit from having friends. Watch all of “Next Level Living”: Subscribe to HuffPost today: Get More HuffPost Read: Like: Follow:
James asks Neil deGrasse Tyson about applying science to raising his children, Neil explains how he arranged an experiment for his daughter that led her to the truth about the tooth fairy. “Subscribe To “”The Late Late Show”” Channel HERE: Watch Full Episodes of “”The Late Late Show”” HERE: Like “”The Late Late Show”” on Facebook HERE: Follow “”The Late Late Show”” on Twitter HERE: Follow “”The Late Late Show”” on Google+ HERE: Watch The Late Late Show with James Corden weeknights at 12:35 AM ET/11:35 PM CT. Only on CBS. Get the CBS app [More]
Adorable 12-year-old Grace VanderWaal seemed shy when she first stepped onto the audition stage for “America’s Got Talent,” and when the young lady revealed she would be performing an original song while playing the ukulele, the judges faces were instantly shrouded in doubt. Although Grace has been writing songs since she was a toddler, this was the first time she would be performing in front of such a large crowd. As she started singing, all traces of nervousness faded away and the judges had to scrape their jaws up off the floor after hearing her voice. No wonder Howie Mandel [More]