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Sometimes Being a Man of Your Word is Rough

Sometimes Being a Man of Your Word is Rough

Sometimes you just need to be a man of your word. Bitcoin is internet money, and this guy claimed that if the currency's worth dropped under $1,000 that he would eat his own hat. Well, it recently was as low as $517.40. This caused the guy to literally eat his own headwear as part of a sandwich. We admire his integrity. View Now
Construction Worker Cat Calls Women Can Appreciate

Construction Worker Cat Calls Women Can Appreciate

Now these are the type of cat calls women wouldn't mind hearing all the time. Snickers Australia released an awesome video where you see a bunch of tough, rugged construction men yelling out to women walking across the street on the sidewalk. But these aren't your typical cat calls... these are clever, witty, and serious statements for women empowerment. Nice one. View Now
Travel Service Offers Discounts for Baby Making!

Travel Service Offers Discounts for Baby Making!

The birth rate in Denmark is at a 27-year low. That is why Spies Travel is offering an "ovulation discount" for trips, and if you conceive on this getaway, you're also subject to receiving baby supplies for several years and a free vacation. "Do It For Denmark" seems like a win-win-win-win for any prospective father. View Now
Criminals Break the Law Without Boxers or Briefs

Criminals Break the Law Without Boxers or Briefs

Getting naked and committing crimes seems to be a common theme these days. In clip one, a naked man in Brazil battled his mom's boyfriend with a knife. The 19-year-old assailant stabbed the other man and has a history of drug use. He will not be charged as the man is not pressing the matter. In clip two, in an update from a recent story, an Australian father of two was identified as the naked Batman that robbed a costume store. He was forced to pay heavy fines for his naked exploits. View Now
This GoPro High Five Compilation Will Suck You In

This GoPro High Five Compilation Will Suck You In

This is footage from the "High Five Camera"... a collection of high fives shot from the perspective of a GoPro camera. This video was an experiment from Andrew Maxwell-Parish, who believes that of all gestures, the high-five is the most universal gesture for telling someone, 'you are awesome.' Maxwell-Parish runs the Hybrid Lab at the California College of the Arts and said he designed the camera to automatically start rolling when someone reached their hand out towards it, and then quit rolling when the high-five was complete. View Now
An Ode to a Musician's Best Friend

An Ode to a Musician's Best Friend

Evan Wattles of Steel Toes recently wrote and performed a tribute to his late dog, Jack. He and the pooch were together for most of the big moments in Evan's life, but unfortunately he passed away a year ago. While Wattles has only been writing songs for a short time, his ode to his fallen best friend is very well done and accompanies photos of the dog's life. View Now
High-Speed Ride Leads to a Long List of Injuries

High-Speed Ride Leads to a Long List of Injuries

Speeding around the Phillip Island racetrack and going into what is known as the "fastest turn in Australia," this rider's bike lost some traction and catapulted him forward. The bike ran him over resulting in a long list of injuries including some fractured and crushed vertebrae in his back. But, it all could've been worse... View Now
Do You Know the 'You've Got Mail' Man?

Do You Know the 'You've Got Mail' Man?

If you haven't been living under a rock for the past decade or so, you're going to be very familiar with the "you've got mail" voice track. It's famous and was even featured in a movie with Tom Hanks! Well, raise your hand if you thought it was just a computer-generated voice. Those of you with your hands up, are wrong! View Now
Bad Behavior is Rewarded with Big Punishments

Bad Behavior is Rewarded with Big Punishments

Bad behavior and large punishments go hand-in-hand no matter where the questionable activities occur. In clip one, a bus driver in Sivas, Turkey failed to maintain his professionalism. He took off early from the stop, injured several passengers, and now his license has been revoked. In clip two, a fight in Russia broke out amongst a group of young people in an public area. The graphic fight has already caused roughly a dozen arrests. View Now
Dust Devil Strikes During Controlled Burn

Dust Devil Strikes During Controlled Burn

This is both an awesome and equally terrifying moment. While the Rocky Mountain Arsenal was doing a controlled burn, a dust devil struck. The wind kicked up dirt and dust 200 feet in the air as the firefighters did their work near Denver, Colorado. View Now
This Sister's Act is Second to Nun!

This Sister's Act is Second to Nun!

Cristina Scuccia is a 25-year-old nun that lives in Milan. The Orsolina nun of the Holy Family has had dreams of being a singer since childhood and she let her talent shine recently on the Italian version of "The Voice." The talented sister was encouraged by her Mother Superiors to follow her dreams and perform. It seems this was an act of faith and fate for the young talent. View Now
When You Follow the Rules of the Road, Everyone Wins!

When You Follow the Rules of the Road, Everyone Wins!

Remember that on the road, you should always stay in your lane! When a motorcyclist spotted a car that was continually going into another lane, the biker stopped the vehicle and warned the driver about the dangers of the behavior, which he knew about first hand. View Now
Anchor Who Helped Boy Get Adopted Gets a Surprise Visit

Anchor Who Helped Boy Get Adopted Gets a Surprise Visit

Gloria Campos has been reading the news for 30 years. Every Wednesday, she does segment called "Wednesday's Child." Five years ago, she met Ke'onte, a seven-year-old in need of adoption. After a couple failed attempts, she was able to help him find a long-term home. Half a decade later, Ke'onte pays a visit to Gloria. View Now
One Man's Epic Journey to Return a Lost iPhone

One Man's Epic Journey to Return a Lost iPhone

Jenny Dodge lost her phone while walking around New Orleans, an emergency situation for all of us. The world probably came to an end for her. That is, until she used an app on a friend's phone to track it to a bar. She found it along with some hilarious videos of the good Samaritan's journey to return it. At RightThisMinute, we had a chance to Skype with the woman who now has her iPhone back. View Now
Suddenly, a School Bus Ride Doesn't Seem So Tough

Suddenly, a School Bus Ride Doesn't Seem So Tough

A man in Vietnam was recently seen floating with a plastic bag filled with a child on a flooded river. This method was pretty dangerous, but showed the lengths that these people went through to get to school. The air-tight bag gave the students little oxygen to work with and offered serious risks if the man guiding them had lost control of the bag. Well, at least their clothes were dry. View Now
Good Samaritans Stop Thieves From Pulling Off Successful Crimes

Good Samaritans Stop Thieves From Pulling Off Successful Crimes

These two videos show unlikely heroes getting in the way of some criminals in action. In clip one, a robbery in Petropolis, Brazil was thwarted when the three gunmen had their getaway bike stolen. The men have been arrested after assaulting three employees and stealing cash, but not all of the money has been recovered. In clip two, an observant neighbor in Columbus, Ohio stopped a thief from stealing patio furniture. The good Samaritan was able to recover some of property but also alerted police on the theft. View Now

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