I generally give up after a half an hour of unsuccessful Rubik's cubing. This young fellow however, is amazing!
A teenager at a competition in Pennsylvania broke a world record on Saturday, by solving a Rubik's Cube in 5.25 seconds. The old record was 5.55 seconds. And the best part of the video is how the other kids at the competition react to it.
They're all VERY into the whole Rubik's Cube scene, so they obviously go nuts. But one girl screams like she just saw a MURDER or something.
YouTube celebrated its 10th anniversary back in February . . . it was founded on February 14th, 2005. But the first actual video was posted ten years ago TODAY.
It's an 18-second clip of one of the co-founders standing in front of an elephant pen at the San Diego Zoo. And in addition to being the first YouTube video . . . it also might be the most BORING. But if you want to watch it, it's called "Me at the Zoo".
It's accumulated over 19 million hits . . . from people like you who are simply curious to see what the first YouTube video was.
Ten years later, YouTube now has more than a billion users, and 300 hours of footage gets uploaded every MINUTE. "Gangnam Style" is still the most-watched YouTube video of all time, with 2.3 billion hits.
Catcalling: defined as making a whistle, shout, or comment of a
sexual nature to a woman passing by. Isn't that just a ridiculously stupid and demeaning thing for a
man to do to a woman in public?
As a husband and father & grandfather - the thought of the special
ladies in my life being subjected to that sort of
knuckle-dragging behavior makes me want to go all
"caveman-warrior-butt-kicker" on someone.
A reporter for Buzz60.com was in New York last week, talking to people about signs someone put up that
said, "No Catcalling Zone." Which most people thought were great. But one guy thought the story was
IN FAVOR of catcalling . . . and actually started doing it to women while he was being interviewed.
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Anyone in the Cherry FM Nation Star Wars fans? If the "Force" hasn't been with you for awhile.....that's about to change. The teaser was revealed at the Star Wars Celebration in California Thursday during a panel discussion with Abrams and producer Kathleen Kennedy. The film is set for release Dec. 18. Professor Lou Bartelli already has taken his lightsaber out of moth balls.
An actor named Jamie Costa paid tribute to Robin Williams by posting a video where he does 20 great impressions of him, including "Mrs. Doubtfire", the Genie from "Aladdin", Mork from "Mork & Mindy", and Sean Maguire from "Good Will Hunting".
Watch this - it's amazing how he even looks a bit like Robin.
Pink has never cared what you think. Since she first rose to fame more than a decade ago, she's been one of the more progressive popstars, a sort of feminist punk rock option for anyone coming of age circa Britney Spears. She might have grown up, got married, and had a kid, but she certainly hasn't lost her edge. Over the weekend, after attending a cancer benefit to support a friend, she noticed some social media users criticizing her weight. And, in typically positive Pink fashion, she responded to her body shamers: