This has to be one of the funniest pieces I've seen in a long time.
Jon Stewart gives his take on mayoral troubles, including our mayor allegedly caught on video smoking crack with drug dealers.
His take is classic.
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When I was 14, the only thing I could play on guitar was a half-assed version of John Denver's 'Take Me Home (Country Road)'.
I'm now 53 and it's still the only thing I can play.
That's why this 14 year-old girl makes me sick.
Check out how she shreds Van Halen's 'Eruption'. I don't think Eddie Van Halen can play it this well.
Sick. Sick. Sick.
The rock world suffered a huge loss yesterday.
Ray Manzarek, keyboardest for The Doors, died of cancer in Germany. He and Jim Morrison formed the band after meeting at Venice Beach in California, back in 1965. The Doors have sold 100 million albums worldwide.
Ray was 74 years old. He played music on and off with Doors guitarist Robby Krieger, from 2001 up until he got sick. He also produced a few records for other bands, and wrote two novels.
Here's Ray with The Doors from 1968 performing 'Light My Fire'.
Rest in peace, Ray.
One of the hosts of the "Today" show in Australia messed with his co-host's teleprompter script the other day .
The Aussie co-host was talking about a soccer match in Amsterdam, and the extra line he added was, quote, "How good are the cookies there?" (As in pot cookies.)
Great reaction...one worthy of 'Anchorman'.
Thought I'd post this in honour of Wings' 'Rockshow' playing at select Cineplex theaters.
It's an awesome mash-up of John Lennon's 'Imagine' and McCartney and Wings' 'Band On the Run'.
Dig, my friends. :)
Watch this guy snatch a bird out of mid-air with his bare hand.
Now, there's a promo for a new book by NFL quarterback Colt McCoy right after it so some people think it's fake.
I don't care either way. It just looks cool!
It's safe to say that most of us have been fired at least once in our lives.
The reasons vary, of course : being late, stealing supplies, insubordination, etc.
Then, there's this:
A safari tour guide at Kruger National Park in South Africa has been fired . . . because he got drunk and decided to charge a wild elephant. Luckily . . . for him at least . . . the elephant got spooked and ran off.
Not sure if his employers had 'just cause'. :)
Chris Hadfield has been commander of the International Space Station for the past five months and today he's finally heading back to Earth.
But first he made one more video, and it might be his best. It's a cover of David Bowie's 'Space Oddity' with some of the lyrics changed, so it's not all about being STRANDED in space.
And he posted a cool music video for it that he shot entirely on the Space Station.
Thanks, Commander. Welcome home!