[VIDEO] New Footage Shows French Police in Shootout with Suspect in St.Denis

[VIDEO] Terror Aftershocks: False Alarm in Paris Sends People Running For Their Lives

This is what life is like with Islam. Fear, panic and anxiety.

Source: LiveLeak.com – YouTube

[VIDEOS] Explosions et Fusillades à Paris

[VIDEO] Panic in Manhattan: New Yorkers Terrified by Pizza Rat Prank 

Pizza Rat’s on a roll! Pranksters paid homage to the iconic Big Apple rodent — by building a robot version of it.

Operators of the YouTube channel PrankvsPrank created the….(read more)

Source: New York Post

[VIDEO] William F. Buckley Jr. Interviews Hugh Hefner on Firing Line (1966) Part 1 


h/t Jacob Appelbaum,  Twitter


[VIDEO] REWIND: Green Police Audi Ad

[VIDEO] REWIND: A Bad Lip Reading of the First Democratic Debate 

At The Corner, Ian Tuttle writes: …And, in case you missed it: “I will drink a sorority’s goldfish” — or, a bad lip reading of the first GOP debate.

The Corner, YouTube

[VIDEO] OH YES SHE DID: Clinton Knew ‘Attack Had Nothing to Do with the Film’  

“Your experts knew the truth, your spokesperson knew the truth, Greg Hicks knew the truth,” Jordan said during a House Benghazi Committee hearing. “But what troubles me more is I think you knew the truth.”

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) relentlessly questioned former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Thursday over why she and other administration officials initially blamed a YouTube video for the Benghazi terror attacks, a claim contrary to available intelligence at the time.


“The American people want to know why. If you look at the statement that I made, I clearly said it was an attack. Calling it an attack is like saying the sky is blue — of course it was an attack.”

“Your experts knew the truth, your spokesperson knew the truth, Greg Hicks knew the truth,” Jordan said during a House Benghazi Committee hearing. “But what troubles me more is I think you knew the truth.” Jordan accused Clinton of telling the president of Libya, Egyptian prime minister and even family members that terrorists were behind the attack, but later suggested an anti-Muslim video sparked the attack.

[Read more here, at The Corner, National Review Online]

“The American people want to know why,” Jordan added. “If you look at the statement that I made, I clearly said it was an attack,” Clinton replied. “Calling it an attack is like saying the sky is blue — of course it was an attack,” Jordan shot back.

At one point, Clinton looked visibly annoyed by Jordan’s line of questioning….

[PHOTOS] LEGO Electric Guitar

Source: Archie McPhee’s Endless Geyser of AWESOME!

[VIDEO] The Alternative Medicine Racket: How the Feds Fund Quacks

Behind the dubious medical claims of Dr. Mehmet Oz and Deepak Chopra is a decades-long strategy to promote alternative medicine to the American public. Twenty-three years ago, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) began to investigate a wide variety of unconventional medical practices from around the world. Five-and-a-half billion dollars later, the NIH has found no cures for disease. But it has succeeded in bringing every kind of quackery—from faith healing to homeopathy—out of the shadows and into the heart of the American medical establishment.


Go here to read the full article and for downloadable versions of the video. Subscribe to ReasonTV’s YouTube Channel to receive notifications when new material goes live. Read the rest of this entry »

[VIDEO] Tiny Baby Horse Chases Man


210xAmeena Schelling writes: A recent video shows the teeniest, tiniest miniature horse — only 3 days old — chasing after one of his carers, whom he’s apparently decided is his new best friend. And it might just be the cutest thing in the history of the universe.

Wherever his new friend runs, the tiny horse follows. And when he finally catches him and get some well-deserved pets, he wags his little horse tail just like a puppy….(read more)


陳明恩: This Blond and Blue-eyed Singer Wows Hong Kongers with Her Flawless Cantopop


It’s rare to see Western singers attempt to sing in Chinese.

Celine Dion did it last year during Chinese New Year. An estimated 700 million people watched the Canadian diva sing a famous Chinese folk song — in Mandarin — on China’s state-run CCTV.

“I started to really feel like ‘where do I belong, who am I?’ And I was like, ‘maybe I’m not one of these people.’ So I thought ‘well, maybe I better just be a Westerner like the rest of the Westerners’ or something.”

Dion’s appearance may have been a one-off event, but in Hong Kong, there’s a Western singer named Corinna Chamberlain who’s fully committed to having a career in one of the city’s most famous exports, Cantopop (Cantonese popular music).

Her song “Yi Jung” opens with lyrics that are unlike any other Cantopop song. She sings that she feels like an “Alien from Mars” who’s landed on Earth.

“In a body with this skin color,” she continues, “I’m not quite like them. In fact, what kind of race am I?”

“Yi Jung” translates as “Different Breed,” which Chamberlain, also known as Chan Ming Yan (陳明恩) — is.

“I know it’s really not easy for a Westerner to have that kind of acceptance in Hong Kong. Westerners are accepted as Westerners, but as one of your own? That’s something really touching for me.”

Her parents are from Australia and New Zealand; she’s white and has long, curly blonde hair. But unlike most Westerners here, she grew up in a remote part of Hong Kong, far from any ex-pat enclave. She attended local schools and speaks fluent Cantonese.

Growing up immersed in local culture caused something of an identity crisis for Chan. In high school, she had many friends. But not necessarily close friends.

[Read the full story here, at Public Radio International]

“When it comes, like, especially to the girls in Hong Kong, to have your best, best friend, it’s always somebody who is the same as them,” Chan says. “Somebody who likes Hello Kitty, somebody who likes Snoopy as much as them.”

A best friend who’ll go everywhere with you — everywhere. Read the rest of this entry »

[VIDEO] Pikachu Invasion!

If there’s one thing we know for certain, it’s that there will always be more awesomely weird and wonderful things to learn about Japan. Today we learned about the annual Pikachu invasion/festival that takes place in Yokohama. For one week in August countless giant Pikachu swarm that Minato Mirai district.

They parade through the streets in perfectly synchronized formation, always smiling and never blinking, a cute yet frightening spectacle as only Japan could create:

If there weren’t so many images of this kawaii spectacle all over the Internets, we’d think we were dreaming. Head over to RocketNews24 for even more photos and videos of packs of people in Pikachu costumes plotting world domination parading and dancing around Yokohama this year and last year.

[via Fashionably GeekGeeks are SexyRocketNews24, and Kotaku]


踊る?ピカチュウ大行進(みなとみらい, 2015

[VIDEO] Amy Schumer & the Creepy Politically Correct Police

Recently, comedian Amy Schumer came under fire for some of the more incendiary jokes she’s told in the past. Schumer isn’t the only one who is being targeted by social justice warriors hell bent on erasing comedy from public life. This new brand of censorship is getting completely out control.

[NRO – YouTube]

Did Jon Stewart Really Speak Truth to Power?


Reminisce with Reason TV the top five ways Jon Stewart was full of shit.

Jon Stewart has been a major cultural and political commentator for the past 16 years. He liked to take down the powerful—at least, when his head wasn’t shoved up Uncle Sam’s ass.

As “The Daily Show” host ends his run, reminisce with Reason TV the top five ways Jon Stewart was full of shit.

Approximately 5 minutes. Read the rest of this entry »

[VIDEO] Ted Cruz Cookin’ Bacon By Wrapping It Around A Machine Gun, Because, AMERICA

“In Texas, we cook bacon a little differently than most folks.”

Cruz is seen wrapping bacon around the barrel of a machine gun prior to firing away at a shooting range. The video was released Monday by the Independent Journal Review.

“There’s grease comin’ down…Mm… machine gun bacon!”


Read more…

CBS Houston

[VIDEO] Comedy of Errors: Trespassing Kids Freak Out When Spotted by Drone

Stephen Coyle was flying his DJI Phantom 3 drone near a Letterkenny, Ireland, school when he spotted a few kids running on the roof and seemingly up to no good. In a video posted to YouTube, Coyle writes that the kids spotted the drone and mistakenly assume it was after them, causing a comedy of errors that led the kids to where he was piloting the drone….(read more)


[VIDEO] Japan’s Comedy Central: Shōten 笑点

Don’t you love the theme music?

20140406 Shōten 笑点 #2409

Shōten 笑点 #2409


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