If there's a wedding I've played it, a wet t-shirt contest I've hosted it up and down the east coast from Ohio to south Florida. Now I've come to pollute your nightime with plenty of verbal deadwood..he,he,he. I love COLD BEER, LOUD ROCK, & warm coffee colonics on the beach...but enough about me.
In a bizarre, but VERY affective campaign, a company decides to launch a bloody face through a mirror in an effort to raise awareness of Drunken Driving. The patron hears tires screeching, then the mirror explodes with a bloody face. Well, at least I be in the bathroom when I sh!t myself....WOW!
Ever go through the nightmare of having your Mom catch you flogging the Dolphin?? Well back in the 70's they were trying to help parent be more "understanding" of catch their kids in the act. It features a kid named Ricky going at it with himself under his sheets. Then his mom walks in, and she's EXTREMELY understanding about it . . . and also extremely creepy.
Our winner, Leigh Vermillion, is hanging all weekend in Detroit for the big Show with Metallica, The Red Hot Chili Peppers and many more!
Click Here to see all the photos. We'll be adding photos to this gallery all weekend so keep checking back!
You can follow Leigh yourself - @lvermili
Some pets have all the luck! Do you have a pet that likes to be pampered??
Here's a reminder to be extra careful any time you bring your dog into an elevator. A security camera in Russia captured a woman entering an elevator with her pug. Then the pug runs out, the doors close on its leash, and it gets lifted up in the air when the elevator starts going up. Luckily, someone standing nearby sees it happen, and unhooks the leash just in time.
Two storm chasers shot some pretty amazing footage from INSIDE a tornado this week. The twister touched down in northern Kansas on Monday, and they were in basically a half-car half-tank called a "Tornado Intercept Vehicle." It's not clear how big the tornado was, but they say the winds were blowing between 150 and 175 miles an hour.
Not many people know how easy it actually is to get scammed on Facebook. It probably happens to some of you every day. Here are three of the most common scams and how they get you.
1. "Like" Farming. This is that one where you see the picture of a sick kid in the hospital, holding up a sign that says "If I get a million likes, I might not get a new liver. But maybe I will!" Do NOT like this photo . . . there's no sick kid waiting for a transplant.
It's called "Like" farming. When you "Like" a post, Facebook puts a copy of that post on all your friends' news feeds. If they Like it too, it spreads to their friends. After 100,000 Likes, the page owner puts up ads, which then show up in ALL of your news feeds.
2. Celebrity Sex Tapes. This one has been around a while, but it never goes away. You click on a link that promises a new Rihanna sex tape, or Taylor Swift, or whoever. It takes you to a site where you fill out a survey, but you never get to see the tape.
Meanwhile, the website is making nasty posts in YOUR NAME on all your friends' timelines. And more likely than not, it's loading malware onto your computer. Anything from stealing your personal data, to spying on you with your own webcam.
3. Who Viewed My Profile? This is another oldie-but-goodie. But still the most popular Facebook scam by far. There's no legitimate way to check who views your page. Facebook doesn't release that information to anyone.
4. Change Your Profile Colors. This one advertises an app that will allow you to change your profile to a different color. But if you’re like most people, you've been on Facebook for YEARS already . . . and you've NEVER seen a profile that’s not blue.
Instead it takes you to another website, where you're asked to fill out a short survey. And the information you give is sold to marketing companies, who turn around and fill up the world with more spam. And if you entered your email address . . . forget about it.
Ten fans were injured . . . but none seriously . . . when a camera cable fell during the Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday. And apparently it was a bit more harrowing than you might expect for the fans sitting directly UNDER the cable. If you haven't seen any footage of it, one of the nylon cables connected to Fox's "skycam" snapped, fell on the track, and damaged a couple of cars as they sped by. Meanwhile, the cable was still spanning a section of the crowd, at just about HEAD level. One of the people who was directly under it posted a video on YouTube, and it sounds like he was seriously worried about being decapitated. I would have been too!