Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Dancing surprise for Girlfriend

12 years-old Basketball Phenom

12-year Old Jordan McCabe Basketball Prodigy And Phenom On KOMO News Seattle

Monday, January 10, 2011

The Best Scatman Dance Ever

I'm the Scatman
Everybody stutters one way or the other
So check out my message to you.
As a matter of fact don't let nothin' hold you back.
If the Scatman can do it so can you.
Everybody's sayin' that the Scatman stutters
But doesn't ever stutter when he sings.
But what you don't know I'm gonna tell you right now
That the stutter and the scat is the same thing.
Yo I'm the Scatman.
Where's the Scatman ? I'm the Scatman.
(Scatting by Scatman John)
I'm the Scatman....repeat after me
It's a scoobie oobie doobie scoobie doobie melody
I'm the Scatman....repeat after me
It's a scoobie oobie doobie scoobie doobie melody
(Scatting by Scatman John)

Persistence pays off - Don't give up

How to Hide an Erection - Good & Bad Way

Exploding A House With 100 Lbs Of Dynamite

Exploding A House With 45 kg Of Dynamite

Let's dance, Baby! - Gentle Father

Scores After 5 Seconds

Tiago Alves collected the ball from the centre and he immediately charged through the Confianca side. After gobbling up 20-yards and drawing out both of Confianca's centre-halves, Alves slipped a pass through the Geovane who cracked a superb first time shot into the top corner of the near post.

Saturday, January 08, 2011

Amazing Backwards Buzzer Beater

Twin Valley South High School Player Has Backwards Buzzer Beater
Austin Groff, a guard for Twin Valley South (Ohio) High School, made perhaps the best buzzerbeater of the year that didn't really affect the outcome of the game in which it occurred. Still, it's pretty awesome.
With time winding down in the first quarter, Groff throws a pass directly into a defenders hands, deflecting the ball back to midcourt. Groff retrieved the ball, stared aimlessly out of bounds for a second or two, then, after prodding from the bench, heaved a desperation shot over his head.

Cat from another world

Huge Mistake by Referee

A Brazilian referee Antonio Zampieri Ulysses has courted criticism this week when the man in black chalked off a legal penalty after the ball travelled through a hole in the net.

Friday, January 07, 2011

Construction Workers in Africa

Japan marathon leader takes wrong turn

Marathoner Natsuki Terada Takes a Wrong Turn
A runner in the lead of a Japanese marathon took a wrong turn mere feet away from the finish line, resulting in a devastating loss. We feel his pain!

Ted Williams - Tramp with the golden radio voice

A FORMER radio presenter who lives on the streets has become an internet sensation after millions logged on to listen to his silky tones
Ted Williams, a former drug and booze addict, carries a cardboard sign touting his "God-given gift of a voice".
The bedraggled looking tramp was filmed demonstrating his dulcet tones last month and the video was put online.
Since then it has gone viral and radio stations and voiceover agencies have scrambled to locate him.
Tony Florentino, programme director of WNCI radio in New York, said: "We're on pins and needles, I think he really has no idea how big this is going to be."
Ted is set to appear on WNCI tomorrow morning and is expected to be offered Ł7,000 for future voiceover work.
ABC, CBS and CNN, ESPN and MTV are also said to be trying to bag appearances from him.
In the video, Ted, from Brooklyn, New York, says of his voice: "He said to me: 'I can't be an actor; I can't be an on-air (television) personality'.
"The voice became something of a development."
Ted said he attended broadcasting school and did temping shifts at a New York radio station, before drugs and alcohol ruined his career.
But he added: "I'm trying hard to get it back."

How to park BMW in Taiwan

Watch a forklift driver in Taiwan provide the answer to the riddle "How do you move a BMW 5-Series wagon across a construction zone without its wheels touching the ground?" Ultimate driving machine, meet ultimate parking enforcer.

Cool Bulldozer Drive

Winter Olympics - Dredge

Friendly Polar Bear

Let's Have Some Fun in the Bus

That's my place!
No, that's my place!

Home Alone with Zombies

Macaulay Culkin in Home Alone - New Version

Monday, January 03, 2011

Woman Driver in the Snow

New Gadget Fills Beer Cups From the Bottom

Pouring beer is an art. When filling a glass from the tap, it takes skill to know just what angle to hold the glass at to prevent too much foam, and just where to stop filling to ensure the beer comes as close to the top as possible without spilling over. It’s a bit like getting the perfect pump at a gas station, only far tastier.
This remarkable device is set to start a revolution in how beers are poured, especially at public events like football games. Rather than having one person in charge of filling one cup at a time, and having to take the time to ensure the customer is getting enough beer and not a cup of foam, this invention allows the vendor to casually fill four cups at a time. This is Bottoms Up, a brilliant invention by GrinOn Industries that’s sure to be a hit.
The vendor places the cups on this mechanism and, like magic, the cups fill from below until stopping just a little below the rim: plenty of beer, little foam, no spillage. That’s amazing by itself, but seeing just how fast one can serve multiple beers using this rather than a typical tap is mind-boggling.
The big question, of course, is how it works. You can see from the video that the cups seem to lock into their respective slots before being filled with their payload. There’s a magnet located in the bottom of the cup that can be pushed upward, and falls back into a slot on the bottom when released. When pushed up, the nozzle below fills it with beer. When removed, the magnet bonds to its slot at the bottom of the cup, preventing the beer from escaping. Of course, one imagines that these cups will cost more than your standard cheap-o plastic cup. The neat thing that they’ve done to counter this is to use the removable magnet as a form of advertising; it can be used just like a normal refrigerator magnet and can have a logo or text advertising just about anything, that money serving to cover some of the extra overhead for the special cups.

Coaching Gymnastics - Very Hard Job

I Just Want To Buy Something!

The Best Gift for Christmas?

Can you ride a bike with no hands?

Riding without hands can be a fun and exciting thing to do, but it can also be dangerous if you don't practice and stay alert!

Catching the Bear by Trampolin

7 billion people by the end of 2011

National Geografic - Interesting story

Tractor Square Dancing

A real country ho down! Square dancing on tractors! This is actually pretty cool ! Especially how the one chick jumps up onto her seat!

Sunday, January 02, 2011

Microsoft Office Packet - Free on the Street Prank

Home made prank - Car alarm & Microsoft Office

Time For Your Own Car

Car Alarm World Needs

Chinatown Street - Traffic

My Neighbor Girl

Let's Play with Daddy's Car

Close Encounters of the Third Kind

Traffic Police in Action

Unexplained Happenings in the Car

Deer enters an Ohio bar

People in Ohio were left scratching their heads after a deer crashed into a bar and scrambled across the floor last week.
A video captured last Friday’s incident.
The video shows a deer running into the bar around 2:30 p.m.
While people can be seen moving to safety, one person tries to open a door for the deer.
That person is then seen running out of the bar with the deer behind him.
Besides some damage to the window, tables, and chairs, no injuries were reported.

Bird Fishes Like A Human

Amazing Bird Fishes Like A Human
This video has stunned scientists around the world as this bird thinks critically just like a human to catch fish. Give a fish a piece of bread and it will won't be hungry for a day but teach it to fish...well you get it.

Cat vs Alligator - Part 2

Cat vs Alligator - Part 1

Cat vs. Alligator: Who would you put your money on?
In this video taken by a Canadian who was visiting a Louisiana alligator tourist destination in the Bayou, a small house cat decides to take on an alligator.
Here's some back up information so you can suss out the odds:
Large alligators subsist on birds and small mammals like raccoons. They are shy and will normally retreat into the water if approached by a human, unless cornered. South Carolina Parks recommends keeping pets, especially dogs, away from water in alligators' habitats, as they are known to attack and kill such companions.
So what do you think? Who will win this epic battle?

Flying Snakes - Chrysopelea

Chrysopelea, or more commonly known as the flying snake, is a genus that belongs to the family Colubridae. Flying snakes are mildly venomous,though they are considered harmless because their toxicity is not dangerous to humans. Their range of habitat is mostly concentrated in Southeast Asia, the Melanesian islands, and India.
How do flying snakes manage to get airborne? A new video reviews their techniques as Jorge Ribas explains

Hugh Jackman gets hit in...

Hugh Jackman readies hit bat while playing cricket during day one of the Fourth Test match between Australia and England at Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday (December 26) in Melbourne, Australia.

Donovan McNabb - Funny Dance

Donovan Jamal McNabb is an American football quarterback for the Washington Redskins of the National Football League (NFL).