All eyes are on Iowa today for the Iowa caucuses, an event that occurs every four years and is significant for two reasons. One, it’s the first event in the nominating process for the presidential election, and, two, it’s the only time the rest of America pays any attention to Iowa.
Well, whatever you think you know about Iowa is about to change once you watch this amusing video.
Roger Craig knows how to play ‘Jeopardy.’ Finding a Daily Double can really change a game. Sadly, most contestants tend to play conservatively, usually attempting a “true Daily Double” when they have only a modest sum to begin with.
Not Craig. He stumbled upon two consecutive Daily Doubles during a Tournament of Champions match this week and bet all of his money both times. What happened next? Find out after the jump.
In this hilarious clip, Barry Deley, a British-Columbian sports anchor, wins a house worth $2.5 million live on the air. When the winning name is drawn, it quickly dawns on the news team that it’s their own sportscaster, so they call him for a reaction. Turns out, he was shopping for groceries when he got the big news.
Meet Cameron Pilley, professional squash player, who just last week hit a squash ball at 175 miles per hour, setting a new world record. Rather than showing you the record-breaking event, however, the Aussie athlete recreated his famous serve while aiming the ball at his (willing) brother’s bare back.
The resulting damage is NSFL enough that you might want to stop the video before the 1:16 mark if you get queasy easily.
Always wear a helmet when riding a bicycle — you never know what accident might befall you. A car could run a stop sign, a pothole could appear seemingly from nowhere, or a charging antelope might run you over.
Ranch dressing is the ultimate American condiment. So it’s about time someone combined it with another great tradition: eating contests. The guys in this video really have a taste for the stuff — and some strong stomachs.
Picture this: You just moved to a new city, and in an effort to unclutter your life, you brought only the bare essentials to your new apartment. Maybe that includes a kitchen knife. It probably doesn’t include a knife sharpener, though.
But now, through overuse and/or improper care, that one kitchen knife can barely slice through a stick of butter, and you’re too poor frugal to buy something new.
Fred Rogers died in February 2003, meaning there are nearly nine years’ worth of kids who’ve been born into and grown up in a world without Mister Rogers.
Don’t dwell on it, though — Rogers wouldn’t want you to. Instead, remember the good times with this compilation of Rogers singing his show’s iconic theme song, which he did almost 900 times over the 30+ years that ‘Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood’ was on the air. Best. Neighbor. Ever.
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