(CBS) - Every once in a while, I catch some flubbed moment in sports and think, just maybe, with a little bit of luck, I could have pulled that off. Be it a missed layup in a basketball game, a botched ground-ball in a baseball game, or a dropped pass in a football game, you can't help but think you might have been able to execute a botched moment better.
With the Big Air competition in the X Games, I can't even consider the possibility. Ever.Continue »
(CBS) - Kids these days. Back in my day, girls would play with "My Little Pony". These days it seems "Fire-Breathing Pony" is all the rage. Yeah, I'm dropping this video on you all like it's hot (because it really is hot) - take a look.
(CBS) - Photographer John Maready took a different angle while filming New York City. That angle was the bottom of his skateboard. Check out this exploration of the mean streets of NYC from a totally unique angle, and stay tuned until the end to see the board in action at a skate park.Continue »
(CBS) - One year and $27,000 of debt later, Duane Perera has completed a life transforming trip that he maintains was worth every single penny. Perera stepped away from the grind of his everyday life and took out a loan to travel and do some of the things he has always wanted to do. Part of which was a long trip that resulted in his visiting of over 35 countries and drinking a lot of Coca-Cola.Continue »
(CBS) - There are some songs out there that you can put to almost any video and instantly up the ante significantly. Take the above video for example of a cat being very, very sneaky with the addition of Zack Hemsey's "Mind Heist" (made famous from the film "Inception") playing to give it just the right touch. The sneaky cat kicks in at about 17 seconds into the clip.
(CBS) - If you think getting a ticket, having your car booted, or getting towed is bad when you illegally park your car, then make sure you never, ever, go to Vilnius, Lithuania where Mayor A. Zuokas absolutely hates illegally parked cars. See just how strongly he feels in the above video.Continue »
(CBS) - The submissions for Father of the Year Award are closed. We've looked through the ballots. And the winner is... this guy with his total do-it-yourself, room-sized "Calvin & Hobbes" mural! Congratulations, sir! We are so
jealous happy for you!
(CBS) - While he may not have those famous baby blues, you've got to admit that this subway worker in New York City singing Frank Sinatra definitely has the voice of Ol' Blue Eyes down pat. Check it out.
(CBS) - Back in 2009 a comedy-music group by the name of The Axis of Awesome put on a performance they dubbed "4 Chords". The premise of the performance is that just about any and every hit song is derived from just 4 simple chords.
Well, The Axis of Awesome is back with an actual official music video of their celebrated viral video performance. Check it out.