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WARNING: This video is extremely violent and hilarious. A battle for cookies forced the Power Rangers to jump into action against the Cookie Monster. The two prominent childhood favorites fought to the death in a one-sided exchange that resembled a "flawless victory" in Mortal Kombat. You'll just have to watch to see who wins this blood bath.
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Dave Grohl has been considered the "Nicest Guy in Rock and Roll" for a while, so it was only a matter of time before the rocker and his band, Foo Fighters, answered the call for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Unlike most (if not all) famous participants, Grohl got extremely creative with a spoof of the film "Carrie." Instead of pig blood, the former Nirvana drummer was soaked in ice water. He then challenged Jack Black along with "Carrie" writer Stephen King and star John Travolta.
Third String Kicker takes the #ALSIceBucketChallenge to the extreme! And we mean extreme. It's not just a deluge of ice cold water, but a pelting of burritos and mouse traps, and a barrage of other things like snow, dirt, and chili.
A pair of bikers failed to safely go about their business during some extreme activities. In clip one, Gareth Morgan rode his bike off of a ramp in New Zealand aiming to do one front flip, but instead over-rotated and landed hard on his head and back. He fractured two vertebrae in the failed landing but did not receive any spinal damage. In clip two, a mountain biker was heading down a steep hill when he collided with a little boy. However, the little one seemed to be just fine after the collision.
We have seen a lot of chases at RightThisMinute, but this epic showdown between a small tortoise and a toy car may be the most unique one in quite some time. The truck was able to get away from the yellow-shelled reptile, but the turtle did hang in there for a while.
A pair of pals have launched a comedy web series about their relationship. Daryl and Joe are on their second season of the hilarious "Friends in Therapy" series. They recently started an Indiegogo campaign to fund the third season of the project. Their goal is $10,000.
In her new song "Shake It Off," Taylor Swift sends a message to her haters in the form of a catchy tune (of the it's-gonna-be-stuck-in-your-head-all-day variety) and whimsical music video. She features talented performers (including Pnut) in the video, and while she doesn't quite possess the same mad skills, is shamelessly okay with just being herself.
Meeting Robin Williams was on the bucket list of a terminally ill 21-year-old woman in Auckland, New Zealand. After she became too ill to travel to the United States, a friend reached out to the comedian who responded with a short and sweet message filled with humor and hope. It's surreal to see knowing that not too long after, Williams took his own life, and it was revealed that he was suffering from the early stages of Parkinson's Disease.
How cool is this project? The School of Doodle offers a "by girls, for girls" free online high school to help young girls find and develop their voices. Girls are enouraged to be loud. This initiative comes after numerous art programs are being cut from schools. Studies show kids who are more creative and imaginative are more likely to stay in school longer as well as have more confidence. The School of Doodle has already received support from female celebrities such as Yoko Ono, Sarah Silverman, Natasha Lyonne, Marina Abramovic and Arianna Huffington among many others.
Sometimes commercials can be so terrible that they become popular. This ad for the East Hills Shopping Center in St. Joseph, MO seems to be the visual embodiment of the old adage "There's no such thing as bad publicity." The ad has gone viral due to its odd tone and the bizarre jingle that accompanies it.