Watch as a couple of little girls play around on their hoverboards in the living room and record the whole experience. One of them ends up in a spin that we can just assume would never end if her friend hadn't stepped in to help. But even after receiving assistance, things still got worse.
Pirates pitcher Ryan Vogelsong took a fastball to the head while he was at the plate against the Colorado Rockies yesterday. The crazy thing is that it happened right after Pirates announcer Greg Brown talked about how they didn't want to hit him, because the bases were loaded.
This morning on the show, we had a very interesting talk with journalist Soledad O’Brien. Soledad was calling in to promote her latest project, a documentary called “The War Comes Home: The New Battlefront,” in select U.S. theaters on May 24th.
A Florida (of course) woman who was visiting friends in Lebanon, Tenn. became frustrated when she couldn't locate a map in her car. So, she did what any sane person would do: she got out of her car, threw all of her belongings in the middle of the street, stripped naked, and then started casually walking down the road.
A gas station employee in Lancaster, Cali. got fed up with a customer who had parked in front of a gas pump for way too long. Instead of doing something rational like asking him to move his truck or calling the police, she took things to a crazy level.
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