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Monday, 14 September 2015 07:24


There is nothing wrong with loving your wife, loving her feet, and displaying them right?

That's what Buffalo Bill's head coach, Rex Ryan, does. In a recent picture of Rex Ryan posing for the North Shore Animal League after making a donation. Everything seems normal, fine, and dandy but in the background of the picture is a confirmation of some speculations people have been having for the football coach. His wife's feet.

Back in 2010 according to New York Post (Click Here) in an interview, Ryan dismissed the subject of some videos that went viral on YouTube of what appears to be a woman who looks EXACTLY like his wife & his wife's feet. He told the interviewer

This is a personal matter and I'm not going to discuss it, I hope you can respect the fact that I wish not to discuss it.

Monday, 14 September 2015 07:11


Lately Donald Trump's interviews have been very boring & grey. So who better can interview Trump? Trump himself! Just like he says in the video below, it's pure genius.

Late Night host Jimmy Fallon is a man of many impersonations, but his impersonation of Donald Trump to Donald Trump has to be his best work yet. Watch the hilarious interview of Trump interviewing Trump below!

Thursday, 03 September 2015 06:32


Don't rob a woman in Brazil or she'll have you in a triangle choke hold.

On Tuesday night in Brazil a robber tried to steal a cellphone from a woman named Monique Bastos; but this kid had no clue who he was stealing a cell phone from when he resulted in getting his butt whooped! What's even funny about this, according to TMZ (Click Here), she was on her way to Jiu-Jitsu training.

Check out the bad assery below!

Wednesday, 02 September 2015 06:54

Superfly charged with 1983 murder

On September 1st, 2015, Former Wrestling Superstar Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka is being charged in the death his ex-girlfriend Nancy Argentina in 1983. The charges include third degree murder as well as involuntary manslaughter; Snuka maintains his innocence, even stating in a 2012 autobiography that the murder "ruined his life" and even continues to get threatening letters to this day. 

At the time of the incident, Snuka called the police when Argentina was found unresponsive. Later reports indicated that Argentina suffered from brain trauma and shock as well as multiple cuts over her body. When questioned, Snuka offered many different accounts of what had happened. Despite the ever changing stories, it was enough for Snuka to not be charged.

In 1985 the family of Argentina filed a "wrongful death" lawsuit against Snuka and won. Argentina's sister states the the reopening of the cold case is a relief and will bring a sense of justice for their 90 year old mother. Snuka was released on a $500,000 bond.

Click Here for more on this story

Someone's about to be a little salty *no pun intended*

A man in Queensland, Australia was released from prison, reported by Australia News (click here) after serving 4 months for possession of crystal meth, but come to find out it was actually Epsom salt.

The Fraser Coast Chronicle (click here) pointed out some recent criticism for the Forensic and Scientific Services for the delay of the forensic test and that this isn't the first time it's taken this long for forensic test results to come back.

A department spokeswoman told the FCC

All Forensic testing performed at FSS is prioritized daily with police and the courts... The time taken to bring a drug case to court is dependent on many factors.

But why did it take 4 months, not 4 days, 4 MONTHS to figure out the crystal meth was actually salt? His lawyer believed his client was held in prison for that long due to his criminal history.

Criminal history or not, this man has a strong case to be able to sue the police department.

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