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  • If you get emotional seeing videos of returning soldiers, do not watch ‘Celebrate Me Home’
    Posted October 22, 2015 at 11:05 am by Mike Opelka

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    Grab a tissue.

    A newly released version of Kenny Loggins’ classic, “Celebrate Me Home,” features country star LeAnn Rimes and pop star Gavin DeGraw singing as a series of videos show returning military members reuniting with family.

    The clip is part of a campaign to spotlight the needs of Disabled American Veterans.

    Watch the video — but we do suggest you grab a tissue or two before pressing the play button.

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  • Marco Rubio gets in on ‘Back to the Future’
    Posted October 21, 2015 at 9:14 am by Fred Lucas

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    It’s “Back to the Future” Day, and Marco Rubio is looking to get in on the nostalgia — by painting Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden as outdated.

    Rubio, a first-term Florida senator, has tried to frame his Republican presidential campaign as being about the future, while Clinton’s Democratic campaign is about the past.

    A new Rubio web ad shows clips of Clinton and Biden with the words, “In 1989 we went Back to the Future. Now that we’re here, it’s more like a blast from the past.”

  • Backing away from Aerosmith’s ‘Dream On,’ Donald Trump opens Richmond campaign rally with…
    Posted October 18, 2015 at 9:35 pm by Michael Mason

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    Last week Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler slapped a “cease and desist” on Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump for using the rock band’s classic song “Dream On” during campaign appearances.

    Trump discussed the song controversy a bit on Twitter:

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    Trump wrote he has a “better one to take its place!”

    So when his campaign came to Richmond, Virginia, on Wednesday, we asked those attending the rally, “What music should he use for his entrance?”

    Watch Trump supporters offer some song suggestions and see the actual tune used when Trump walked onstage:

  • Watch Bernie Sanders dance his way onto the ‘Ellen’ show
    Posted October 15, 2015 at 7:34 pm by Mike Opelka

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    This actually happened.

    Image source: YouTube

    Image source: YouTube

    Senator Bernie Sanders (D-Vermont) danced his way onto the stage of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Thursday. And there is video to prove it.



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  • While searching for tomb of Genghis Khan, archaeologists make a 4,000-year-old discovery
    Posted October 14, 2015 at 3:44 pm by Liz Klimas

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    Genghis Khan, the notorious Mongolian leader from the 13th century, might have a documented history of his conquests but one important mystery remains.

    Where is he buried?

    The search for the infamous tomb of Genghis Khan continues. (Image source: YouTube)

    The search for the infamous tomb of Genghis Khan continues. (Image source: YouTube)

    Here’s more from a UCLA news release issued a few years ago to give you some insight into the legend:

    According to legend, Genghis Khan lies buried somewhere beneath the dusty steppe of Northeastern Mongolia, entombed in a spot so secretive that anyone who made the mistake of encountering his funeral procession was executed on the spot. Once he was below ground, his men brought in horses to trample evidence of his grave, and just to be absolutely sure he would never be found, they diverted a river to flow over their leader’s final resting place.

    Khan’s grave is presumably in a region bordered by Mongolia’s Onon River and the Khan khentii mountains near his birthplace in Khentii Aimag, and some experts believe his sons and other family members were later buried beside him. The researchers, however, have little additional information to go on. Directly following Khan’s death in 1227, the area around his tomb was deemed forbidden by the emperor’s guards, and later in the 20th century, by strict Russian occupation, which prohibited Mongolians from even talking about Genghis Khan because they felt it might lead to nationalist uprising. Only since the 1990s have researchers been allowed in the area, and several other research teams have tried unsuccessfully to locate the tomb.

    Well the fascination over the hidden burial site has not escaped the Travel Channel’s second season of “Expedition Unknown.” Last week its host Josh Gates took on the legend of King Aurthur and this week he looks at Genghis Khan.

    “From the forbidden mountains of outer Mongolia to the punishing deserts of western Africa, we’re going off the map investigating the greatest legends in history,” Gates said in a statement.

    The Travel Channel shared an exclusive video with TheBlaze ahead of tonight’s show of a discovery made while searching for the grave.

    Though only a 56-second clip, it’s cool none-the-less. Gates along with archaeologists at a site near the ancient capital of Karakorum, modern-day Kharkhorin, brushed dirt off a male human skull. Travel Channel revealed to us that it did not belong to Genghis Khan, but was from a 4,000-year-old tomb.

    Watch the clip:

    A study published earlier this year in the journal PLOS One detailed a crowd-sourced effort to search satellite images for the tomb, described as “an archaeological enigma that lacks any historical description of its potential visual appearance.” This effort eventually led to a National Geographic expedition of 55 archaeological sites that could be in the region where he was buried.

    Dr. Albert Yu-Min Lin with the University of California, San Diego, who led this an other studies to discover the burial site of Genghis Kahn, said in a statement a few years ago that researchers were turning toward advanced visualization technologies because “there are few clues and no factual evidence about Genghis Khan’s burial.”

  • Forget ‘Pizza Rat’ — NYC presents two subway rats fighting over a slice
    Posted October 11, 2015 at 1:39 pm by Mike Opelka

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    It’s official, “Pizza Rat” is so last month.

    September’s viral video sensation showing a rat carrying a slice of pizza down the steps and into the New York City subway system has just been pushed aside.

    A new video, showing two rats spotted on the NYC subway tracks, fighting over a slice of pizza has just hit the web.

    Watch the battle.


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  • Blaze Poll: How old is ‘too old’ to go ‘trick-or-treating?’
    Posted October 10, 2015 at 12:39 pm by Mike Opelka

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    Halloween is right around the corner. We want to know if you think there should be an age limit on trick-or-treating.

    Take TheBlaze Poll on the topic.

    See the results of our man-on-the-street survey.


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  • Dog going ‘nuts for his doggie dental biscuits’ exemplifies how you should feel about it being Friday
    Posted October 9, 2015 at 1:04 pm by Liz Klimas

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    It’s Friday, people, so get excited.

    How excited? Oh, about as excited as a dog gets over a dental biscuit, which is pretty dang excited.

    My mom (yes, my mom, but don’t judge because this video is gold) sent me a video of her adorable black lab Pete going “nuts for his doggie dental biscuits.” Why they haven’t created some sort of dental biscuit for humans to go nuts over yet is beyond me, but dogs always seem to love them.

    Anyway, just watch and let this excitement carry over into a fabulous weekend — a three-day one for those who are lucky enough to get Columbus Day off Monday:

  • Meet the 99-year-old Army wife who rides Harleys and crochets American flags
    Posted October 8, 2015 at 5:27 pm by Michael Mason

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    A journey to the Masonic Home of Virginia will lead you to find one of the most enthusiastic, patriotic and well-dressed 99-year-old women you could ever meet.

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    A photo of Ersell Brinser that hangs in the Masonic Home of Virginia.

    Ersell Brinser met her future husband when she was 16 years old — and when his mother sat between the two of them on their first date. Still, they fell in love, marrying after courting for six years.

    In 1939, Brinser’s husband was drafted into the war and she took a job on a Texas post counting ammunition. When the war ended, “The announcement came over the loudspeaker and we threw bullets up in the air!”

    When her husband returned home, the two built their first home, raising two boys and living there for 40 years. After her husband died, Brinser moved into the Masonic Home, where she’s resided for the last 18 years and has found a new calling: crocheting American flags.

    It was Brinser’s mother who taught her how to crochet, and after the 9/11 attacks, Brinser sat up watching the news, picked up her needles and ended up stitching together the stars and stripes. Some hang around the Masonic Home, but most of her work has been passed on to friends and family, some making it as far as North and South Carolina, West Virginia and even Mexico.

    She’s been presented with awards for her crochet flag-making and received requests for flags and blankets. And she’s showing no signs of slowing down in other ways: her 99th birthday celebrations consisted of a ride on the back of a Harley, and she’s recently made arrangements for a helicopter ride on her 100th birthday.

    Brinser shared with TheBlaze some of her daily tips to keeping a healthy lifestyle, the key to a strong relationship, fashion sense and more details about the story of her life. Check out her blog,

    The key to strong relationships: church.

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  • Supercut: Hillary Clinton was for the TPP trade agreement before she was against it
    Posted October 8, 2015 at 10:21 am by Mike Opelka

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    On Tuesday, Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton announced her opposition to President Barack Obama’s Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a trade deal she helped to negotiate and previously promoted.

    To illustrate Clinton’s history of support for the TPP, the Washington Free Beacon built a supercut video showing at least 24 times the former secretary of state made positive public statements about the deal.

    Watch the supercut.


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  • VIDEO: ‘How to Create a Gun-Free America in 5 Easy Steps’
    Posted October 7, 2015 at 3:26 pm by Jason Howerton

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    Reason has put together a satirical, though technically accurate, video showing “how to create a gun-free America in 5 easy steps.”

    Here are the steps:

    Step 1: Elect.

    Step 2: Propose.

    Step 3: Ratify.

    Step 4: Legislate.

    Step 5: Enforce.

    Of course, it’s more complicated than that so watch the video below (some rough language):

  • Three cool tech companies we saw at D.C.’s ‘massive science fair for startups’
    Posted October 6, 2015 at 4:29 pm by Liz Klimas

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    Apps, gadgets, ideas — all converged at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. for its TechDay, described by its host as a “massive science fair for startups.”

    We see Washington D.C. and it’s surrounding areas as the next great startup hub and we want to help foster the growth,” TechDay said on its website of the event.  

    Over five dozen startups were present and trends included on-demand everything —from a la carte office space to as-needed staffing to 24/7 food and drink delivery within 30 minutes. Apps meant to streamline various life events were notable as well (included everything from car buying to car servicing and home buying and apartment renting).

    There were many innovative tech companies, but here are three specifically cool things I saw at this event.

    Feedback “Coach in a Smartphone” 

    This app takes video of your golf swing, allowing you to share it and will have instruction to help you improve it (this latter feature will be available in the spring).

    Photo credit: Liz Klimas/TheBlaze

    Photo credit: Liz Klimas/TheBlaze

    Roz McCreery, director of product development, told TheBlaze the “automated coaching technology” will apply to a variety of sports with a repeatable motion (think swinging a baseball bat) as well, but for now, they’re starting with golf.

    The first level of the app is free for your first 20 videos, but will cost $19.95 a year after that. The hardware to hold your smartphone with a bendy tripod that can attach to your golf bag goes for $89.95, including that first year subscription.

    B.R.O. Ball

    A football with a Bluetooth-enabled speaker embedded will let those with the itch to toss a pigskin “bring rhythm outdoors.” The creators claim that the tech inside this cushioned football can take a beating, withstand being submerged in water and will not be negatively affected dirt and sand.

    Photo credit: Liz Klimas/TheBlaze

    Photo credit: Liz Klimas/TheBlaze

    At this point, the B.R.O. Ball is in a crowd-funding phase, with out half of its $75,000 goal funded and 12 more days to go.


    This service is “taxi meets bus,” as Jackson Ellis with Split told me. The ride-sharing service, which launched in the D.C. area in May with plans to expand as a long-term goal, allows people to request pickup at a certain spot and drop off at another.

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    Photo credit: Liz Klimas/TheBlaze

    Sometimes, your Split driver might be picking up other people along the way.

    Jonathan Bollhoefer, business development manager at Arlington Transportation Partners, wrote in a blog post in May after trying out the service that “passengers only along your route that are headed in the same direction will appear with only very small detours to scoop them up, generally the app will ask the new passenger to walk a short distance to maximize efficiency.”

    Dan Winston, Split co-founder, told TheBlaze the service is “convenient, affordable and sustainable.”

    “We want to get some cars off the road and fill up seats in cars that are on the road,” he said.

    Stay tuned for more stories on specific startups from this event.

  • Hillary’s first national ad plays the victim card
    Posted October 6, 2015 at 1:31 pm by Chris Field

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    The Hillary Clinton presidential campaign is capitalizing on recent remarks by Rep. Kevin McCarthy, the man who would be speaker, that seemed to imply a political motive behind the House committee that is investigating the Benghazi attacks.

    The campaign’s first national ad plays up the Hillary-is-a-victim-of-partisan-congressional-committees angle:

    Most initial national ad buys, as HotAir’s Allahpundit correctly points out, are used to introduce a candidate or (as one might assume in Hillary’s case) give a softer look to a well-known and highly divisive candidate.

    We all knew this kind of argument would be made, but why make it in the very first national ad buy? Usually that gets used to introduce a candidate, to allow her to define herself. This only defines Hillary as a victim, and an ersatz one at that. McCarthy’s comments aside, the FBI probe into exposure of classified material through the secret Hillary server isn’t a partisan witch hunt.


    Of course, Hillary needs no introduction after nearly a quarter-century on the national stage, but that’s also a curious point. Her track record shows that she didn’t need the select committee to end up with bad favorability numbers in this election. Why not spend the money on trying to shore up her image with a soft-focus summation of her most appealing aspects?

    Allahpundit and others think they have an idea. Hillary needs to convince her own Democratic Party that her campaign isn’t a disaster: “That’s why she wants to lead off as a victim of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy Mark IV — to shame them into rallying to her defense and abandoning the myriad of better options.”

    No word whether Vice President Joe Biden has seen the ad.

  • We asked New Yorkers to describe Hillary Clinton with just one word. Here are their answers.
    Posted October 3, 2015 at 3:02 am by Josiah Ryan

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    We asked individuals in New York City to describe hometown presidential candidate Hillary Clinton using one word.

    Our informal poll came just about a week after a formal Siena College survey showed Clinton with a negative favorability rating for the first time in New York state, where she has headquartered her presidential campaign and once served as senator.

    “Opportunist,” replied one woman, when asked to describe Clinton.

    “Liar,” said another man. “[Because] she lies all the time.”

    Of course not every response was a negative one. Several responded “strong.” One responded “safe.”

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  • This is ’1984 scary’
    Posted October 1, 2015 at 12:51 pm by Chris Field

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    National Journal’s Ron Fournier saw this story and reacted with this:

    Naturally, journalist Glenn Greenwald wasn’t surprised and he issued a reminder (read: warning) that this incident was not small potatoes:

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  • The scariest thing about Burger King’s new ‘Halloween Whopper’ might happen after you eat it
    Posted September 30, 2015 at 5:33 pm by Mike Opelka

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    Diners visiting a Burger King restaurant and partaking in the chain’s special Halloween Whopper are also reporting an unexpected side effect from eating the quarter-pound, flame-broiled burger with a black bun.

    Since there is no polite way to explain the “surprise,” we will allow social media to clarify.

    Twitter was a repository of explanations of the unfortunate experience customers are reporting hours after consuming the burger.


    On Monday, the fast food chain proudly announced that a special, limited-time “Halloween Whopper” was coming to “participating stores” in America.

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    The special sandwich is variation on Burger King’s signature Whopper, featuring a special taste from A.1. In addition to the usual flame-grilled patty, the Halloween Whopper sits on an A.1.-flavored black bun.

    From the company’s press release:

    BURGER KING® restaurants are launching the A.1. Halloween WHOPPER® sandwich this season, a burger unlike any other in America, with a black bun that has A.1. flavor baked in. While the pitch-black bun gives the Halloween WHOPPER® sandwich a look that may make some think “hmmmmm?” the burger’s classic A.1. flavors will have tasters saying “mmmmm.”

    After reading several reports of the odd reaction to eating the burger, TheBlaze contacted both Burger King and the makers of A.1., the Kraft Heinz company for comment.

    Neither organization has responded to our inquiries.

  • Huma Abedin is still a public face for fundraising
    Posted September 30, 2015 at 10:01 am by Fred Lucas

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    With the deadline for the fundraising quarter looming, even one of Hillary Clinton’s most controversial aides is making a campaign pitch for cash.

    Longtime Clinton confidante Huma Abedin, who served as a deputy chief staff in the State Department and has been under scrutiny for her role with the corporate consulting firm Teneo while still working for the department, sent out an email pitch Tuesday night with the subject, “If you believe in Hillary.” Abedin is also reportedly under investigation by the State Department’s inspector general,

    Abedin, the wife of disgraced former New York Rep. Anthony Weiner, is the vice chair of Clinton’s presidential campaign, and the fundraising appeal demonstrates she isn’t seeking to lower her profile.

    “When we travel, Hillary relies on me for campaign updates. There’s one thing she’s going to ask this week: How many people stepped up and gave before the FEC fundraising deadline?” Abedin writes in the email to supporters.

    The message asks for a donation of at least $10, and says, “It’ll mean the world to her to know you have her back — and make no mistake about it, she has yours.”

    Hillary for America fundraising email from campaign aide Huma Abedin.

    A Hillary for America fundraising email signed by Huma Abedin.

  • Want to start your morning off with something adorable? Watch the baby panda ‘Bei Bei’ sneeze
    Posted September 30, 2015 at 7:44 am by Liz Klimas

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    The National Zoo’s giant panda cub, recently named Bei Bei, can’t sneeze without the world knowing about it.

    Just how loud is a sneeze from a baby panda that only weighs four pounds?

    Image source: YouTube/Smithsonian

    Image source: YouTube/Smithsonian

    Watch and listen, you might be surprised:

  • Just for fun: A message from ‘President Trump’
    Posted September 28, 2015 at 3:57 pm by Chris Field

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    Palate cleanser.

    (H/T: Hugh Atkin)

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  • One question: What’s your deal-breaker issue in the 2016 election?
    Posted September 28, 2015 at 3:31 pm by Michael Mason

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    An estimated 645,000 people turned out for the 2015 UCI World Cycling Championships came to Richmond, Virginia, last week, so we got out our camera to ask people one question: What’s your deal-breaker issue in the 2016 election?

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  • Watching this little lion roar is exactly what you need right now
    Posted September 26, 2015 at 1:58 am by Oliver Darcy

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  • Dem donors to Hillary: Give us more Bill
    Posted September 24, 2015 at 12:17 pm by Chris Field

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    According to The Hill, the Democratic money movers are lamenting Hillary’s “lack of a personal touch” that’s making fundraising a bit difficult.

    The donors, who have contributed some of the biggest checks to President Obama and the Democratic Party, are disappointed by the lack of face time, overall communication and gratitude from Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail.

    “Fundraising is not a natural strong suit for Hillary,” one top Democratic fundraiser bluntly said.

    Hillary Clinton is “lacking a certain personal touch,” the person said. The source added that the former secretary of State “publicly, is a little stiff.”

    Former U.S. President Bill Clinton (R) and Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton  (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

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    What’s the fix? More Bill — he’s got got the schmoozing creds:

    “She doesn’t come across as naturally comfortable in these settings,” the donor said. “Bill Clinton is the complete opposite. The more social an environment, the more at ease he feels.”

    Bill Clinton is starting to make the rounds at fundraisers — he attended his first two big-dollar events in Chicago last week. And the Clinton campaign says there are plans for the former president to appear at more fundraisers for his wife this fall.

    Clinton — who famously opened up the Lincoln Bedroom during his presidency — is also set to attend fundraisers for Priorities USA, the super-PAC backing his wife’s bid.

    The potential problem in that strategy? It makes Hillary look like a D.C. insider. Bill even agrees, telling Town & Country magazine last spring: “I think it’s important, and Hillary does too, that she go out there as if she’s never run for anything before and establish her connection with the voters. And that my role should primarily be as a backstage adviser to her until we get much, much closer to the election.”

    So, what’s a Democratic Party to do?

    Forget Hillary’s alleged “outsider” status and get the former POTUS back out there:

    Face time with the candidate has been limited to brief grip-and-grins in photo lines after an event, with no phone calls and few meetings with small groups.

    The sentiment that Hillary Clinton isn’t doing enough for donors is echoed far and wide among the relatively small circle of people who like to feel appreciated not only for writing large checks but for their countless hours fundraising for the candidate. […]

    “The assumption is that everyone is just going to get behind them because they’re the only game in town,” the donor said. “But this is why there’s an opening for someone like Joe Biden.”

    “If this was a business, you’d never run it that way,” the donor said. “I’ve been unbelievably shocked by the lack of basic courtesy.”

    A second donor, who has given money to the Clinton campaign, agreed. “There needs to be more than a 10-second photo-op in a long photo line. The campaign needs someone to cultivate these relationships. The person who can do that ably is Bill Clinton.” […]

    “There is no better surrogate for a candidate,” [venture capitalist and Clinton donor J.B. Pritzker] said. “He is out there now and he is helping and it can only be a big plus for the campaign.”

    That’s right. Democratic donors think that, without Bill, Vice President Joe Biden is looking better every day.

    Vice President Joe Biden gestures as he speaks in Washington, Monday, Aug. 4, 2014, during the Civil Society Forum of the US Africa Summit. President Barack Obama is gathering nearly 50 African heads of state in Washington for an unprecedented summit aimed in part at building his legacy on a continent where his commitment has been questioned. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh) AP Photo/Susan Walsh

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  • Watch how a Boston man reacts to catching a ‘sea monstah’: ‘It was like a dinosaur’
    Posted September 23, 2015 at 1:38 pm by Kaitlyn Schallhorn

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    A Boston-area man was overly excited — and overly Boston — after he caught a “sea monstah” during a recent fishing trip.

    In the now viral video posted to his Facebook page, Michael Bergin unleashed his excitement with a bevy of expletives over the catch of what he thought was a sea turtle or a “baby f***ing whale.”  According to Mashable, Bergin actually caught an ocean sunfish, and it was very much alive.

    “It’s Moby Dick!” Bergin exclaimed at one point.

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    Screen grab via Facebook video

    Bergin told the Boston Globe that his reaction in the video, which has been viewed more than 114,000 times, was completely genuine.

    “I ain’t seen nothing like that in my entire life, bro,” he told the Boston Globe. “I ain’t even been to the aquarium. When I see something like that, I’m amazed, bro. It’s like seeing a gorilla for the first time, man.”

    “I don’t know, man. I went nuts. We didn’t know what the hell it was,” Bergin continued. “It was scaring me to death. It was like a dinosaur. It was so … ugly.”

    Bergin was fishing with his friend, Jason Foster, who told the Globe that Bergin’s continuous swearing is pretty normal for the 41-year-old. Foster said he was laughing the entire time during Bergin’s episode.

    The Globe reported that the two men attempted to get the fish onboard their boat but eventually had to contact the Coast Guard to alert them of what they had caught.

    Watch Bergin’s viral video below. (Content warning: Strong language.)

  • Professional dunker really does appear to ‘defy gravity’ with reverse 360, behind-the-back slam
    Posted September 22, 2015 at 8:28 am by Jason Howerton

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    Professional dunker Chris Staples literally seems to “defy gravity” in his latest jam captured on video.

    Watch Staples perfectly throw down a reverse 360, behind-the-back slam dunk:

  • Top Parkour Athlete Reveals the One Thing Every Person Can Do To Improve Their Agility and Balance
    Posted September 21, 2015 at 9:14 pm by Josiah Ryan

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    Top parkour athlete Dan Edwardes reveals the one thing every single person can do to dramatically improve their balance and agility.

    Learn the Secret:

    Edwardes, is founder of Parkour Generations. He spoke with TheBlaze as part of the Hero Roundtable in Brighton, Michigan on Friday.

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