If you're a baseball fan, you're familiar with the concept of a switch-hitter - a player who can bat both right and left-handed. It's a pretty unique skill, though it's not as unique as someone who is able to throw equally well with both hands. The Toronto Blue Jays have found the elusive switch-pitcher, though, and his name is Pat Venditte.
Did you ever steal your parents' car and take it out for a joy ride when you were younger? Maybe you just drove it around the block. Maybe you just drove it up and down the driveway. Or maybe you did what this 11-year-old did (but probably not.)
Vicky Cullen, a 28-year-old mother of one from Wakefield, South Yorkshire, England says that when she was pregnant she started craving foam. This led to her eating chunks of foam from her armchair, as well as eating nearly 2,000 sponges.
During the hour that Bert was in studio we discussed writing a book and forgetting to change the names of friends he mentioned, nearly killing himself when jumping off an aircraft carrier, and stories about fellow comedians Joe Rogan, Bill Burr and the late Patrice O'Neal.
Internet, meet Archer. Archer may look like a small, white, fluffy dog, but he's actually a fox. And apparently, having a fox as a pet is something that people do. If they all laugh like Archer, we're totally behind it.
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