The wheels are falling off in my hometown. After Albuquerque police officers shot and killed a homeless man, protests over their tactics turned ugly. Police fired tear gas to disperse crowds, Anonymous is hacking the websites of APD and the city of Albuquerque, and NBC affiliate KOB-TV finds this reporter to interview this protester
My daughter, Amanda, was the one who got me hooked on "Breaking Bad", so when we headed up to my hometown for a volleyball tournament, I promised her we'd do a "Breaking Bad" pilgrimage of sorts, capped off by a visit to Heisenberg's House.
Somebody has a great imagination! Check out this hilarious video from Natholdetpaatv2, who took some great Olympic "agony of defeat" moments from downhill skiing in Sochi and combined them with AT-ATs from "Empire Strikes Back".
Why? Why did we keep watching the Seahawks pound on the Broncos? Why do the Red Hot Chili Peppers still go shirtless? Why is there a disturbing image of Buzz Adams and Mark Mathis in this video? These and other questions were on my mind after sitting through all eleventy-billion hours of The Big Game that we can't say or the NFL will sentence us to death by watching endless repeats of The Big Game!
Don't look now, but the team that most thought would be dead in the water after getting rid of three key players is on a four-game win streak. So, here's a short music video saluting the UTEP Miners as they try to stay Steady At The Wheel.
So, what do quarterbacks talk about on the sidelines with their offensive linemen? You won't find out here, but you WILL laugh watching the Bad Lip Reading geniuses give us what they think is being said.
As you might expect, not everyone believes NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's idea to get rid of point-after kicks is as wonderful and thought-provoking as many believe it could be. With a "shocking" rebuttal, here's ESPN college football analyst, former Arkansas, Notre Dame and Arkansas head coach, Lou Holtz...if we can just keep the microphone dry.
Matt Perren is a teenager who took a selfie. Big deal, right? Yes, it is. Because Matt Perren took a selfie video of him singing Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now" every night for three years, ages 15 through 18, to create an incredible time-lapse video.
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