Bullied Bus Monitor Karen Klein Starts Her Own Anti-Bullying Foundation
Remember Karen Klein, the upstate New York bus monitor who was viciously harassed by her middle school charges in a video that went viral in June? Her story had a happy ending, as an internet fundraising campaign to send the 68-year-old on a “nice vacation” raised over $700,000 from 32,000 people around the world. That’s more than enough money for Klein to retire from the yellow school bus grind.
Do You Hunt or Fish? — Survey of the Day
Thanks to the frontier spirit that helped found this nation, hunting and fishing are pretty ingrained into the American psyche. But how many folks in the United States still participate in these outdoor activities?
Do You Live Paycheck to Paycheck? — Survey of the Day
Thanks to the great recession more folks are living paycheck to paycheck than they were in rosier economic times.
These Guys Prove Grenade Fishing Is Not a Good Idea
Generally speaking, the fisherman/fish dynamic is stacked heavily in favor of the guy with the hook. The relationship would seem even more unequal when the angler is dropping a grenade into the water.
Jump Over Golf Cart Ends in Amazing Atomic Wedgie
We all have that friend who can’t resist a physical challenge. Likely egged on by his bros, the daredevil in the video below attempts to leap a golf cart in a single bound.
Aly Raisman’s Parents Are the Breakout Stars of the London Olympics
Gymnast Aly Raisman was one of the big stories of the opening weekend of the 2012 London Summer Olympic Games. The 18-year old from Needham, Ma. qualified for the all-around title, knocking teammate, world champion and best friend Jordyn Wieber out of the competition that Wieber would have been the favorite in. But the most entertaining part of Raisman’s near flawless routine was her parents’ reac
Blind Archer Sets First World Record of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games
Thanks to South Korean archer Im Dong-hyun the first world record and the first moving human interest story of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London has come before the Games of the XXX Olympiad have even officially begun.
Sherman Hemsley, TV’s George Jefferson, Dies at 74
Sherman Hemsley, a television fixture of the ’70s and ’80s, has died at his home in El Paso, Texas at age 74. His passing is being attributed to “natural causes.”
Ernie Els Wins the Open Championship After Adam Scott Collapses on Last Four Holes
Ernie Els won the British Open Sunday, which is the fourth major championship for the big South African. But his victory came at the expense of his good friend Adam Scott, who bogeyed the last four holes to lose to Els by a stroke.
Victim Of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Shooting Posts Harrowing Photos on Reddit
Today, the nation is reeling after a gunman went on a shooting rampage during a midnight screening of ‘The Dark Knight Rises‘ in Aurora, Colorado.
Ultimate Belly Flop Compilation Brings the Pain Over and Over
They are two types of belly flops — The first comes courtesy of a daredevil with a masochistic streak who deliberately falls into the water gut first. The second happens when somebody just isn’t very good at diving into a pool.
‘Rafting Gone Wild’ Gets Predictably Crazy
Over the weekend, 4000 revelers took to tubes of varying sizes and set up shop on the Sacramento-area American River for an afternoon billed as ‘Rafting Gone Wild.’ But instead of just the good booze-and-bikini fueled kind of wild, the event descended into a series of brawls.