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Some people really don't give a crap about their job. These baggage handlers for Air Canada didn't realize they were being watched. A passenger on the plane captured the handlers dropping bags from 20 feet in the air. These handlers were promptly fired.
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Jacob Hughes grew up around bikes and now rides his own Harley in his adult life. He introduced his six-year-old son, Ryan, to motorcycles for something father and son could bond over. Ryan fell in love. He has so much fun riding his own dirtbike and even steering his dad's bike. Jacob actually uploaded a video of Ryan doing this, which has people talking around the web. At RightThisMinute, we had a chance to Skype with Jacob and his son to find out what he thinks of all the comments coming his way. If you haven't seen the video of six-year-old Ryan Hughes steering his dad's motorcycle, you can watch it right here!
We've heard the old phrase "beauty is in the eye of the beholder," but maybe that should be "beauty is in the mind of the beholder" instead. "Dove® on YouTube is about promoting positive self-esteem and helping women feel good about their unique inner and outer beauty." That's what the "About" section states on Dove's YouTube channel, and that's what their "Real Beauty" ad campaigns aim to reflect, but their latest ad has stirred up some controversy. The ad features women who experienced an interesting placebo effect after wearing "Dove: Patches" for two weeks, being told that they contained a compound that would make them feel more beautiful. People are pointing out the irony, however, of a company using the idea of "real beauty" to sell their beauty products.
Dave, aka Boyinaband, took a moment to address his haters... via a catchy rap song. Apparently there are people who dislike Dave, and they say mean things. Not about his music, however, but about his looks. They attack him "ad hominem," rejecting what he has to say because they don't like his long hair or his lean figure. They tell him he looks like a girl, but he responds that his confidence alone makes him more masculine than the people who think he's too feminine.
A group of longboarders were riding down a hill of a residential area when a police officer stopped them. The longboarders are saying the officer swerved into their lane right in front of them, causing some injuries to one of the guys. What they were doing is against the law, but they think the officer should have just given them the ticket at the bottom of the hill. The heated argument between one of the longboarders and the cop invovled was caught on camera and has people talking on the Internet. But what about you, what are your thoughts on this incident?
The Bill of Rights is not something we take lightly. Evolve uses that premise as a way to promote gun safety with their "funny-cause-it's-true" parody of our forefathers amending the Constitution to include an invisible clause that everyone has the right to bear arms... unless, of course, you're a dumbass and do not practice gun responsibility. Evolve invites you to take action and sign the code promising you will be a safe and responsible gun owner.
Online dating has become a widespread phenomenon over the last decade or so. There are countless dating websites out there. Because of the millions of people signing up for them, a lot can be told by the site's statistics. Here's what BuzzFeed learned about online dating, race, and gender.
Whoa! Soaked in Bleach comes out blasting with evidence suggesting Courtney Love may have had a lot more to do with Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain's death than we were led to believe. All the public knows is that Cobain committed suicide with a shotgun. Case closed. But is it? This provocative film brings to light a lot of questions surrounding the investigation into the rocker's death and not-so-subtly suggests Cobain may not have killed himself at all.
The University of Arizona basketball team suffered a loss on Saturday that kicked them out of the March Madness tournament. To deal with it, U of A students took to the streets where police quickly joined them in an attempt to stop the unlawful assembly. Making its rounds on the Internet, this video shows a girl being brutally hit by a police officer. Police are now reviewing the video.
Wait for it... This ad for healthcare.gov uses good old fashioned shock value to make you think about the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare. Watch as a perfectly healthy young man is stating all the reasons why Obamacare is a waste of his money and how he doesn't need healthcare until... well - you'll see.
Warning: This video contains extremely suggestive footage that may be inappropriate for younger audiences. Having said that, this video by Rémi Gaillard is also incredibly hilarious. Watch him on his worst behavior as he hits the streets and grocery store to "sexually assault" unsuspecting prankees. Don't worry - there's no actual physical contact between the prankster and the "victims." Also a plus? No chance of pregnancy or contracting an STD.
If you're offended by the title of this video, good. Rape is an unfortunate occurrence in society, to put it lightly. Most people associate women with being the victims. What if the tables were turned? Is a man perceived as weak when he is "raped"? Can he even be raped? These are controversial questions that will surely spark a lively debate.
This is a fictional monologue written and performed by Andrew Bailey.