Here's a grouping of words that you don't see often: a Vietnam veteran was shot recently in Florida when a fight broke out over a sea turtle's nest.
A couple of "sea turtle enthusiasts", one of them a 72-year-old Vietnam veteran, went to the beach on Friday night to watch over a nest of sea turtles that were close to hatching. They were going to protect the tiny turtles and help them get to the ocean once they had hatched. Everything was going well until a random drunk dude stumbled upon them and started yelling and attempting to get a little too close to the turtles.
Over the past few years, a lot of people have said that no one seems to be making original music anymore. They claim that everything is a rip off of something else (and that's true in some instances). But, what if you're ripping off your own song?
Someone noticed that all AC/DC songs end pretty much the same way. So they edited together the final notes of ALL the band's songs. DO they all really sound the same?
When people think about professional wrestling, Hulk Hogan is one person who immediately comes to mind. Many of his "legendary" matches still excite professional wrestling fans, but a lot of people don't know about his humble beginning.
The Hulkster made his debut in 1979 against some no name who's probably dead by now. Hogan busted out his famous moves such as a punch to the head, body slam and suplex. However, this was before he started doing the most devastating, deadly move: the leg drop.
This show seems like it will be one of the most boring shows that has ever graced the screen of a television.
MTV is debuting a show called White People, which is all about five young white people talking about their racial identity. They talk about a wide range of topics like white guilt, white history, and white privilege.
A radio host in Orlando suffered a seizure on the air recently, resulting in some heavy bertations.
About an hour and a half into his morning show on Z88.3, Ellis B. Feaster and his cohost were in the middle of a talk break when the noises that were coming out of his mouth did not match what he was trying to say. After slurring his speech, he passed out on the floor in the studio and his coworkers had to call 911.
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. won the Coke Zero 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Daytona International Speedway early this morning.
Right after Earnhardt's victory, driver Austin Dillon had a horrible accident where his car got launched from the inside of the track over two lanes of cars, hit the catch fence upside down, landed back on the track on its roof, and was hit by Brad Keselowski. The car was nearly torn in half, and its engine was ripped from under the hood. A section of the fence was torn down and debris went into the grandstands.
Yesterday, ESPN's Colin Cowherd had Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh on his program. Harbaugh is pretty notorious for being a serious football guy, so even a hint of a jokey or happy demeanor from Cowherd was probably going to throw him off...and boy did it!
Remember the annoying "Will Brett Favre retire or not?" saga that led into the 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010 NFL seasons?
Ultimately, everyone just got sick of it and begged him to either put up or shut up. Well, Brett is 45 now and in a new interview with Sports Illustrated, he said he could still play in the league. But don't worry. He won't actually do it.
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