Stephen Colbert is back! Last week, on February 15th and 16th, fans of ‘The Colbert Report’ were surprised and concerned by an abrupt suspension of new episodes due to a “family emergency.” However, the master of news satire will be picking up where the he left off on Monday night with special guest Parnassus Books owner Ann Patchett.
Opinions vary as to whether or not dubstep should be considered music or the guttural rumblings of a malfunctioning robot, but watching this 94-year-old grandma attempt to dance to Excision & Downlink’s (yes, that’s a real band) ‘The Underground’ manages to make it not only tolerable, but hilariously amusing.
Riley, the clever little girl in this video, has an epiphany in a toy store that turns into a mini-rant about the way that companies “try to trick the girls into buying the pink stuff instead of the stuff that boys want to buy.” Looks like toy companies ought to give the youngsters they market their products to a little more credit.
There are a lot of breakdancing videos floating around the internet, but feature a routine as effortless as this one from Alex Yde. Combining yoga with b-boy moves, Yde shows that he has some seriously cat like balance.
An extreme shark encounter was inadvertently caught on tape by Orlando Sentinel photographer Jacob Langston while he was filming a group of surfers at New Smyrna Beach, Florida. A four-foot spinner shark suddenly emerged from the water and did a barrel roll over an unsuspecting person. Totally gnarly, bro!
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