In the latest craze of “people walking up to strangers and asking for sex” videos: Blonde twins walking around Santa Barbara asking men if they want to have threesomes. Believe it or not, not everyone says yes…
For movie fans, like me, who love the Jurassic Park series, your gonna want to grab you dinosaur pajamas and head to the theater next summer.
Steven Spielberg returns to executive produce the long-awaited next installment of his groundbreaking Jurassic Park series, Jurassic World. Colin Trevorrow directs the epic action-adventure from a screenplay he wrote with Derek Connolly. Frank Marshall and Patrick Crowley join the team as producers.
Jurassic World will be released in 3D by Universal Pictures on June 12, 2015.
The Jimmy Kimmel show is known for bleeping and blurring things unnecessarily – but for once, the bleeping is necessary. If you are faint of heart cover your ears because Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow play America’s most foul-mouthed competition “Celebrity Curse Off”.
Is it impossible for you to just ride your bike around like a normal law-abiding citizen? Are the wheelies and weaving in and out of traffic really necessary? FYI, no one driving around you likes that crap.
The video, spliced together from a few cameras mounted to members of an L.A. biker gang, has it all. Wheelies, power slides, shutting down roads, hiding under overpasses and pedestrian walkways, and suicidal attire. Then add in at least one patrol car – plus a crash a few feet away – a high-speed chase, then follow it up with a police helicopter…
This video is exactly why your Mom made you get a Prius and not a Harley.
Lionel Messi notched a hat trick this weekend in Barcelona’s win over Sevilla — his 251st, 252nd and 253rd goals in La Liga. This broke the record previously held by Telmo Zarra, who played for Athletic Bilbao in the 1940s and 50s, scoring 251 league goals. Messi is still only 27 years old and is going to score a lot more goals for Barça.
— Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) November 25, 2014
Messi is at the point where he is so good that his last name might as well be turned into an adjective to describe greatness. Between 2007-08 and last season he averaged 35+ goals per year in La Liga. Impressive, no? A, shall we say, Messi-ian feat.
YouTube uploader iNJRHD put together a 30+ minute clip of all 253 league goals by Messi. The video begins with Messi’s first goal –set up by Ronaldinho where he chips the Albacete goalkeeper with ease, a clear sign of things to come from the Argentine master.
If you’re looking for a little more Messi, ESPN FC posted this nifty infographic.
OnTuesday Messi notched another hat trick and set another record, this time in the Champions League. Messi passed Raul’s all-time scoring record in that competition in a game vs. APOEL
Seriously, it isn’t truly Thanksgiving until at least one idiot in your neighborhood has set fire to himself, his house or a family member trying to deep fry his bird for the annual feast.
These guys know what I mean…