Friday, May 25, 2012
There was a lot of monkey business in the cargo hold of the Air China Boeing 747, and Port Authority emergency-services officers and an airport worker had to go looking for the little guy.
They caught the animal before it managed to get out of the jet’s cargo hold. But he was only one of about 60 monkeys being shipped to China for medical research.
It can store 40 pictures, perfect for weddings, beach days, and all that jazz. It is essentially a cell phone camera with zero doo-dads- you can't even see what the pictures look like until you stick the USB adapter into your computer. It's like the disposable cameras of old, except you a) don't have to pay and wait for Walgreens to half-heartedly develop the shit on time (I'm obviously bitter) and b) don't have to throw it away after the first time, unless, you know, you want to.
If this thing is cheap, this could be a revolution.
[No Film School]
The people of Pence, Kansas aren’t shocked by a funnel cloud or two. Even during a recent country wedding, guests didn’t seem phased in the slightest that a huge tornado was off in the distance behind them.
ITVNews published this exclusive video yesterday of experienced stuntman Gary Connery skydiving parachute-free that already has over 650,000 views. He only wore a wing-suit to help slow down his fall, and successfully landed while falling 80 MPH. Read more on ITV and MSNBC.
Ending the school year with a fun celebrity speech is always welcomed by students, and even top notch schools like Harvard have made it an unofficial custom to invite famous comedians and celebs to end the learning semester. This year, Harvard invited SNL superstar Andy Samberg to speak at their Class Day.
It really was inevitable:
You weren’t asking for this, but now it’s in your way: Our “Call Me Maybe” supercut video, featuring 75 of the most viral covers, lip dubs, dance numbers and artistic reinterpretations of the Carly Rae Jepsen jam that [Popdust] just dubbed the best song of 2012′s first half. If you thought the song was intoxicating before, just wait till you see it performed on accordian, lip synched by three shirtless dudes in a river, and danced to by an overzealous girl alone in a closed Burger King.[Crushable]