“He was wearing like a motorcycle helmet, and he was wearing a sweater over his mouth,” a store clerk side. “He was only showing his eyes.” The boy then pulled a gun from his sweater and pointed it at a cashier while demanding money. If you have a thugged out 8-year-old child and leave your loaded pistol lying around in your handbag where anyone can get it you’re a f**ken idiot. The mother should be arrested for child endangerment.
“My wife has epilepsy and chronic migraines. Early in her diagnosis, about fifteen years ago, she was taking over twenty prescriptions a day – she had to carry them around in a backpack. Thanks to the miracle of medical marijuana, not only are her symptoms under better control, but she needs only two prescriptions a day.”
Russia has a long record of ferocious combat sports athletes, and it is not unheard of for the skills to break out of the mat, ring, or cage, and onto the streets, just like these two blokes. There’s not a lot of information available from this recording beyond the jaw cracking and down blouse action. That dude defiantly rises from the dead at the end though.
Conor McGregor makes an impact in a crowded room, even if not there in flesh and bone. Such was the case for the reigning UFC featherweight titleholder, who pre-recorded his acceptance speech for the Fighter of the Year award during the 2016 World MMA Awards, which took place inside the Venetian Theatre at The Venetian in Las Vegas, Nevada. You gotta f**king love it. As long as he keeps winning, he can keep talking sh*t. I would have thought an MMA Awards show would be off limits as far as trash talk is concerned, but I guess when you’re breaking all the numbers you can do what you want.
“I’m probably going to cry a few times through the course of this thing,” Mac Miller says in the first scene of Stopped Making Excuses, a new documentary produced and presented by The FADER. What follows is a candid look at the Pittsburgh native’s past six years, starting with his ascent, when he was 19, as a popular but critically panned rapper. “I was an easy target. I admit that,” he says now. “It became one of those things where I got so much negativity that it almost became, like, ‘There’s no point to overly hate on this dude, let me look in and see what he’s doing.’ And when you look in, there’s some good music there.”
For some diehard NFL fans, you truly cannot put a price on seeing your team play in the Super Bowl. Even if it means spending your foreseeable future sleeping on the couch. And that is exactly where one Denver Broncos fan will likely find himself when his wife gets wind of the incredible amount of money he laid out to secure himself a seat in Levi’s Stadium for the historic Super Bowl 50. Speaking with NBC, Denver fan Justin Kerrigan revealed he had already spent a whopping US$21,000 (AUD $30,000) on four tickets to the game, and planned to fork out as much as US$30,000 (AUD $42,000) across the entire event.
“Our latest video just went live on National TV for the #SuperBowl50. One of the greatest experiences I’ve had yet! And just for the record, everything in the video was real, no CGI or photoshop.” – Devinsupertramp.
Edgar D. Mitchell, an astronaut who was spiritually transformed by his journey to the moon in 1971 and who devoted much of the rest of his life to exploring esoteric realms of science, psychic phenomena and the existence of extraterrestrial beings, died at a hospice in West Palm Beach, Fla. He was 85. As one of only 12 men to set foot on the moon, Mr. Mitchell realised that he had a special perspective on the world, and he spent the rest of his life trying to understand the full meaning of that experience.
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