It's this type of American ingenuity that helped us put a man on the moon. Kick ass Halloween fun at it's finest. Young and old are equally terrified.
Hidden camera outs cupcake stealing dog. That's one crafty hound.
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Are you hip to GWAR? Some are not but these guys have been kicking around for many a moon playing club and theater tours. I've seen them live on a couple of occasions and usually a good time is had by all. Now... for reasons unbeknownst to anyone... they're interpretting children's books. So gather the kiddies and maybe a plate full of cookies and glasses of milk and enjoy the GWAR-ified version of 'Goodnight Moon'!
And if you're game here's GWAR covering the Kansas classic, 'Carry On Wayward Son'. It's just a tad different from the original.
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I believe our reporter is German. Some of the signs appear to be in English. The dumbass sounds like a drunk American. Whatever. Enjoy this epic fail from a festival held somewhere...
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So a remake of 'Carrie' is out this weekend. On the TV commercial they tell you to call Carrie at 1-855-522-7713. So I did. Here's what happened...
Is this for a noble cause or a cheap way for some pervs to get their jollies? Please leave you comments in the Facebook comment module below.
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Do you know the incredible story of how Steve Perry has been affected by cancer? It's a bit of a tear jerker but Steve Perry Online has the whole story from Steve himself. Just saw something pop up on Facebook about this. The post is a few months old but still worth your while. Take care Steve.
(Yahoo!) - Sorry, girls. If you didn't get the news, like, two decades ago: Jon Bon Jovi is already married.
However, a Bon Jovi superfan still managed to make the rock star part of her wedding dreams — by recruitingJBJ to walk her down the aisle at her Las Vegas nuptials!
Australian bride Branka Delic, who married fiancé Gonzalo Cladera Saturday, was so bound and determined to have her favorite musician at her wedding that she came up with an ingenious solution: she started an online petition to encourage Bon Jovi to give her away.
"All her life, Branka thought she would marry Bon Jovi himself," her campaign states. "Sadly, at the age of 34 she realised this would never happen, and she accepted Gonzo’s proposal instead."
Lest you had any doubt — cough, cough — that Delic is not a true fan, here's even more evidence of her devotion: the couple deliberately chose Vegas's Graceland Wedding Chapel for their ceremony, which is the exact same place Bon Jovi married his wife, Dorothea, back in 1989.
You could say she was livin' on a prayer ... which wound being answered. Bon Jovi caught wind of the stunt and, since he happened to be playing in town at the MGM Grand that night, graciously accepted her offer. Good thing he did, because, as the bride warned in her petition, "there’s a real chance Branka will skip out on the wedding and go to the concert instead."
Conveniently enough, there was room for a father figure in the ceremony. Delic explained that her family does not accept her and Cladera's relationship. However, "just like Tommy and Gina" — the hard-worn, hanging-on lovers in "Livin' on a Prayer" — the couple's relationship has lasted through good times and bad.
The groom is far more understanding and, according to Delic, totally accepts his wife's obsession with the rocker. "He's given me a leave pass if I meet him," she told a local outlet before the wedding. "I'm allowed one kiss."
There's no word on whether JBJ kissed the bride, but he did tweet a sweet message on Saturday: "May you & Gonzalo have a lifetime of happiness, love & memories together - ALWAYS!"
Sounds like they're halfway there already!
I couldn't really put this in the title because it wouldn't fit. What it should have said is... Bob Costas, have a hot steaming cup of shut the _____ up.
Bob is offended on behalf of Native Americans over the name 'Redskins'. At about 23 seconds into this video Costas says this.... "...in fact, as best can be determined, even a majority of native americans say they are not offended."
As his propaganda winds down Bob says... "It's fair to say that for a long time now, and certainly in 2013, no offense has been intended."
So Bob? What's the problem? Why does NBC insist on giving you a platform to piss and moan about the preceived racism with which nobody (native americans especially) seems to have a problem? Is your calm yet condescending delivery meant to persuade the rest of us that we really have got it all wrong? I respect your insight into baseball and think you're a damn fine sports announcer. Do us all a favor and leave it there. Being offended for a group of people whose majority is not offended does nothing to enhance the NBC Sports experience. File it away with your stance on gun control.
If you can stomach it... here's Bob's full commentary.