As you might have heard, Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi has been killed. While the news came as a surprise, Gaddafi’s death was actually predicted by the short-lived, late 80s’ sitcom ‘Second Chance‘ in an episode set in the far-flung future year of 2011. Creepy!
You’re bound to meet a few interesting people when you take a year-long hitchhiking trip across the country.
Artist, traveler and self-proclaimed ‘lover of people’ Benjamin Jenks met exactly 930 when he and his raised thumb journeyed 5,000 miles from Los Angeles to Maine. Artist that he is, Ben put together a time-lapse video of his trip complete with photos of all 930 people he met along the way.
Burger democratists, rejoice: As of this weekend, the creepy Burger King mascot, “the King,” is officially dead.
Concurrent with the release of the guacamole topped California Whopper, Burger King’s new advertising agency of record McGarryBowen has dethroned the edgy monarch in favor of an approach based on health and freshness.
Hot on the heels of the awesome movie supercuts 25 Unscripted Scenes and 50 Trippiest Drug Hallucinations comes another epic montage from YouTuber extraordinaire Mewlists. This one covers the evolution of dance in film over the past 89 years. To say stars have stepped it up would be an understatement.
Before they made their millions, many celebrities settled for minimum wage. Though it’s hard to imagine it now, what with their expensive houses, cars and vacations, people like Amy Adams, Gwen Stefani and Brad Pitt actually worked at restaurants, salons and, in the case of ‘Law & Order: SVU’ star Christopher Meloni, the morgue.
Indian Pizza Huts are just like American Pizza Huts, with two small twists: They serve ketchup as a pizza condiment and instead of service with a smile, you get service with a dance.
Shot in the northern Indian city of Agra, this video of dancing Pizza Hut servers shows what is apparently an everyday occurrence at the chain’s restaurants throughout India. Look at that fancy footwork on server number two. That’s why he gets the best tips.
‘Sesame Street’ is known for its musical numbers but generally the lyrics lean a little more optimistic (“Sunny day / Sweeping the clouds away”) than the rhymes in the Beastie Boys single ‘Sure Shot’ (“I’ve got the brand new doo-doo / guaranteed like Yoo-Hoo”).
Still, there’s something about this Sesame/Beastie rap mashup that just seems so right. It’s nostalgic, flute heavy and hey, there’s even some counting! That’s got to be worth something, right?
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