This was just stupid. These dummies thought it would be hilarious to dress up like KKK members for Halloween. What a hilarious joke! There's no way that wearing the iconic garb of a hate group that evokes rage, terror and disgust for the majority of Americans could go poorly, right? Or maybe they weren't joking? Perhaps they just got busted doing a bunch of legitimate KKK wankery in their little KKK hats.
Here's a fun one! Someone had the neat idea to record a backwards running competition and reverse the video. The result is bizarre and hilarious, more bizarre than the fact that there's a such thing as a backwards running competition.
The runners look, at best, like timid scaredy-cats terrified of the runners behind them, and at worst, like utter dorks. It's also weird to see the non-competing people walking casually backwards along the sidelines.
Back in the early '80s, Atari was all the rage and they were preparing to release the latest and greatest console, the Atari 5200. To get people pumped up for the big release, Atari put together this commercial that, presumably, actually aired on TV.
Tom Brady went on a weird rant yesterday about how we're being brainwashed into drinking Coke and eating Frosted Flakes. He was defending his personal trainer, who's the target of a critical article in Boston Magazine that called him a "snake oil salesman," for claiming his products could cure cancer and concussions.
Last month, Stephanie Foltz was pulled over while driving home from work in Indiana. She says that as soon as she rolled down the window, the officer started asking her questions about drug use, specifically smoking meth.
She told the cop that she had never smoked meth in her life. The officer then specifically asked her what happened to her teeth, which looked pretty jacked up. She explained to the officer that she recently had a baby, and when a woman is pregnant, the baby draws calcium from the mother's body.
This is yet another example of a play-by-play announcer not thinking about what's coming out of his mouth before saying it.
During the middle of an at-bat during the Mets/Phillies game, a baseball fell out of the bag that the home plate umpire was wearing around his waist to hold baseballs. Not even thinking about it, play-by-play announcer Ron Darling exclaimed that the ball fell out of the umpire's sack. This of course caused everyone in the booth lose it, and every chance of being professional flew out of the window.
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