We spend our days and nights looking at pictures of some weird things here at the radio station. This one really caught our eye. It was hard at first to figure out what it was. Is it natural? Man-made, perhaps?
We're not sure, but this is definitely one of those things you need to see to believe.
Here's Trevor Noah, he hails from South Africa and while he was hanging out in LA with his friend they decide to go get some Tacos. I won't ruin the rest of the story however I will say Trevor is a comedian to watch
Jimmy Kimmel's popular bit featuring celebrities reading mean tweets about themselves has inspired a political bent this week, when Senator David Vitter and more politicians agreed to read the vitriol Twitter users have tweeted at them.
What would an NES version of 'Pulp Fiction' look like? Thanks to an epic video from the retro-minded folks at CineFix that turns some of the more memorable moments from the movie into an 8-bit game, we can safely say it wouldn't have made it past Nintendo QA.
Here's a story told on the popular website Reddit where a man goes into great detail about a shopping trip with a child who throws a temper tantrum. The man retaliates the only way he knows how: by passing gas. On the screaming kid.
It's a great (if long) read, but this story left me in tears.
Well, it's cold ... REALLY cold up north. So cold you can take a glass of water and pour it out and it becomes steam. So cold you could open a bottle of water and it turns immediately into ice. Well, that's nice and all but what happens when nature calls? I hate to think of the shrinkage that occurred in the making of this video
If you haven't heard of the polar vortex currently affecting Louisiana, it's what meteorologists are calling the recent blast of cold weather to hit the US. But if you're on Twitter and care more for the funny than the science, you'll be glad to hear that the weather phenomenon now has its very own Twitter account.
Here are some of the funniest tweets from the Polar Vortex.
Last night, 'The Simpsons' paid homage to British heavy metal legends Judas Priest by immortalizing them as animated character's in the show's ever-growing list of guest stars. Priest were given a yellow makeover and featured on 'Steal This Episode' performing a unique version of their hit 'Breaking the Law,' and their brief appearance can be seen above in case you missed it.
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