This week in videos: Woman sicks dogs on reporter, man texts while sitting on top of car
Video shows the dogs chasing the female reporter down the street as she screams. According to ABC6, the reporter, Abbey Niezgoda, was bit on the forearm by one of the dogs. She received a tetanus shot.
Once again Samuel L. Jackson proves what a badass he is.
If you think texting while driving is risky, try texting while sitting on top of a car traveling at almost 60mph!
The Daily Beast puts together some of the most dramatic reactions and responses to what happened during Sunday’s “The Rains of Castamere” episode. Viewers seem to be very upset with what happened in the episode that is now being referred to as the ”Red Wedding” episode.
The recent attention that’s been lavished on retired actress-turned-Twitter superstar Amanda Bynes has inspired a satirical public service announcement that pleads with the public to stop caring about her apparent public meltdown.
In things that are gross, unnecessary (grossly unnecessary) and indicative of all that is wrong with America news, we were horrified to learn of the new Hands Free Whopper Holder, recently rolled out by titans of childhood diabetes and fat rear ends worldwide, Burger King.
Amazing raw video footage captured by storm chaser Brad Sullivan and Brett Wright from StormChasingVideo.com. This dramatic video shows them caught in the wrath of a tornado and having their vehicle slammed with debris.
There are very few things in sports funnier than an own goal in soccer
A reference to “penetration” in a speech to parliament caused Israel’s education minister to burst into a fit of the giggles that went viral Tuesday on Israeli websites.