Things Are Blowing Up Over at eBaum's World

Things Are Blowing Up Over at eBaum's World

There is a lot of tomfoolery going on on the internet, but the RightThisMinute crew and eBaum's World's Mac Dreidel are here to scope out the phonies. Today's videos under the microscope include a car turned into a  shop vac, an impressive billiards trick shot, and a car fire. It's tough work sifting the real from the fake, but someone has to do it. View Now
Mac Dreidel Returns With a New Batch of Real or Fake?

Mac Dreidel Returns With a New Batch of Real or Fake?

Mac Dreidel from eBaum's World joins the RightThisMinute hosts for another edition of Real or Fake? This week features a driver getting stoked about another driver's smoke, a man having a meltdown after missing his train, and a couple crashing their motorcycle into an SUV and flying into the window.  View Now
Vandal Uses Bacon to Deface Mosque

Vandal Uses Bacon to Deface Mosque

Police in Las Vegas are looking for the person responsible for vandalizing a mosque with…bacon? According to local news outlets, a man was caught on camera strategically wrapping raw bacon around the door handles — and now police are investigation the incident as an alleged hate crime. Islam prohibits Muslims from eating or touching pork, which means the bizarre stunt may have been an act of intimidation. View Now
eBaum's World: REAL OR FAKE? with Mac Dreidel

eBaum's World: REAL OR FAKE? with Mac Dreidel

Mac Dreidel joined the RightThisMinute hosts via Skype with this week's Real or Fake? This week features a schoolgirl performing parkour in Japan, a Grandpa doing Yoga and drinking beer and a transformer airplane. View Now
Return of the Mac Dreidel for Real or Fake?

Return of the Mac Dreidel for Real or Fake?

Mac Dreidel from eBaum's World is back for this week's edition of Real or Fake? Check out this super-fast motorcycle, a man trying to make a bouncy ball shot in a toy aisle and a lady waxing her man's chest. View Now
Gas Station Fire Sparks Debate About Cell Phone Myth

Gas Station Fire Sparks Debate About Cell Phone Myth

Check out this footage of a fire that started at the pump of a gas station. This man pulls up to the pump on a motorcycle and an attendant begins to pump. The man reaches into his pocket and pulls out a cellphone and at that point a fire ignites. The police department who posted this video cited him using the phone as the reason the fire started, but science says otherwise. View Now