Wow. That is seriously messed up. And all I could think of while watching this is how the guy who voiced Charlie Brown as a kid actor is also seriously messed up.
Don’t do drugs Teddy, don’t do drugs. Just say no.
I clicked on this hoping it would be something funny about entering passwords or something.
I get a great mashup instead, that completely works and is amusing in its own right.
You’d think they’d be nice to the guy, since he has a camera. There’s only so far you can take stupid, and this is apparently what happens when you stretch the limit. I sincerely hope this reporter doesn’t lose his job over his outburst. I also hope he had a better day afterwords.
I experience an inordinate amount of glee whenever I watch other people destroy their tech. Especially when it’s tech that everyone’s excited about and clamoring to get. The Apple Watch is no different, except that I don’t think I’m going to buy one any time soon. Of course, BlendTech rises to the occasion.
This happened and aired during a news broadcast. The best part is, even after he was aware he was live, the bastard still went through with his order. Something tells me this guy is going to get a reprimand. Hope he enjoyed the breakfast.
Hey! I have this coke, and I don’t know what to do with it. I also have this handy iPhone 6, and I don’t know what to do with that either. Maybe I’ll just …
I could have watched an hour of this.
The really sad part is that this list could have been far more extensive.
Just because he lacks opposable thumbs doesn’t mean Stanley can’t call his mommy at work to tell her he loves her. Warning: cute bomb.
This mother found all the people who saved her son’s life, and through a party for them.
Of course this doesn’t include electronics, but for packing just the clothes, definitely useful, and not just for month-long trips. I’m going to try this when packing for my next one. Via Lifebuzz:
This video has no description, but the trick is rolling up your clothes. I think I remember my Uncle Chris doing this when he packed to go into the field when he was in the military. You’ll need to make sure there’s an iron available at your destination, and I’m not sure I’d recommend this for expensive suits. But for the casual, it would be fine. This will work for shirts, pants/skirts, socks, basically everything but any article of clothing that includes its own support mechanism. So basically, if you’re a guy, this is perfect. 🙂
This is cute, even though you can really tell it was edited. Enjoy Captain Picard and the rest of the Star Trek: The Next Generation crew as they “sing” “Let It Snow”.