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Lol got you!

Lol got you!

 

A friend of my recently brought to my attention some insanely…and questionably popular YouTube accounts. These accounts who shall remain nameless make a killing view wise with prank videos. They range from kind of amusing to absolutely terrible. One of the top pranksters actually laughs like a school girl during each one which completely ruins the video.  Anyway I decided to be a troll and make a series of “fake” prank videos to mock these people. They are all relatively amusing and short.  Here they are now for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!

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I used to live under this bridge...

I used to live under this bridge…

 

The latest installment to the MARVEL CINEMATIC UNIVERSE (and you have to type that it all capital letters or you don’t mean it), “Ant-Man” hit theaters last week and on Tuesday afternoon I got to view it. The guy sitting next to me at the theater fell asleep but that probably had nothing to do with the movie. Spoilers ahead….kind of.

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After video surveillance of the incident was released, Florida State dismissed Freshman QB De’Andre Johnson from the team. The 19-year-old Johnson was involved in an altercation with a 21-year-old female FSU student at a local bar in which punches were thrown from both parties.  Check out the surveillance video after the jump (WARNING: images may be disturbing):

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"Mom? It's me, Kristaps. They bought it. They think I can actually play. Haha I know right? I'll be home in a few years"

“Mom? It’s me, Kristaps. They bought it. They think I can actually play. Haha I know right? I’ll be home in a few years”

The Knicks weren’t my first love.  Like most 80’s babies, I loved the 90’s Bulls.  I had a fling with the Indiana Pacers in the mid to late 90’s while Reggie Miller was raining 3’s like no one else in the league could, but I broke up with them in ’99 when I attended the 1999 Eastern Conference Finals Game 3 where Larry Johnson hit what was probably the last meaningful shot for the New York Knicks with his 4-point-play. After that, I married the Knicks overnight.  I was swept off my feet when Madison Square Garden erupted as LJ’s 3 hit the bottom of the net, and went on my honeymoon as the fans poured into the streets chanting “Larry! Larry!”.  It was amazing.

It’s been 16 years since I’ve been married to the Knicks, and it’s time I speak out about the abuse and file for divorce.  I’ve received so many black eyes as a Knicks fan over the past decade and a half, but I thought I could be tough and take the beatings.  “Things will get better” I told myself time after time.  But things never did get better.  Sure, the Knicks made a move here and there to keep me around, but overall this marriage has been a huge disappointment.  I’ve never gotten that feeling back that I had in 1999, and tonight was the last straw.  Drafting Kristaps Porzingis is the equivalent of the Knicks kicking me in the face and knocking out any fanhood I have left.  It’s time to take a stand and leave them. Read the rest of this entry »

This scene might have saved the movie.

This scene might have saved the movie.

 

I’m a little late to this party, plus I saw the film last week but I feel a review is necessary.  I wasn’t really a fan of any of the first “Jurassic Park” movies. I suppose the first one is OK, helped by the fact that the greatest actor of all time Jeff Goldblum (See above) is in it.  Now we come to this movie which seems to live by the notion of “Hey, remember that terrible idea we had one time? Well let’s do it again but even bigger!”.  This movie also should have been called “Increasingly Bad Decisions By Corporate America”.

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In one of the most anticipated MMA fights in recent memory, Kimbo Slice knocked out Ken Shamrock in the first round at Bellator 138. The internet legend shook off an attempted rear naked choke, and delivered a monster right hand that put Shamrock’s lights out.
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Kids, don't try this at home.

Kids, don’t try this at home.

Let me preface this by saying I am a big Sandy Alderson fan.  I bought this book around the start of the season and planned to give it a mostly sarcastic review, but then the Mets got off to an extremely hot start and I thought “Maybe they are revived?” so that kind of took the air out of my plan.  Now that we are at Memorial Day, the Mets season has taken a hilarious turn for the worse. So I thought; why not lighten the mood by finally doing this book review.

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I’ve owned a GoPro for just about a year now and was excited to get my hands on the Steadicam Curve. It’s dubbed as an accessory that is best for creating smooth short clips, mainly outdoors and for use with action sports. While I didn’t dust off my skateboard or hit the slopes, I did use the Steadicam Curve a bunch of different times over the last few months. Read the rest of this entry »

This is only a third of the characters who appear in this film.

This is only a third of the characters who appear in this film.

 

I was doing comic book movie reviews on here for a while but started slacking off after seeing “X-Men: Days Of Future Past”.  I only recently caught up on the rest of 2014 by watching “Guardians Of The Galaxy” and “The Amazing Spider-Man 2”.  Quick review: One was awesome, one was an abomination.  Last night though, I got to see “Avengers: Age Of Ultron” at a sold out theater on Long Island.   Full disclosure, I saw the first Avengers movie at a midnight showing with a bunch of nerds (No offense) and kind of hated it.  I have since watched it again on TV and hated it less tough.   Read the rest of this entry »

Andrew-Wiggins

 

Hindsight is 20-20, but trading the most hyped player since LeBron and other pieces for Kevin Love shortly after the draft was always a gamble.  The extremely athletic Andrew Wiggins didn’t decimate the competition during his 1 year NCAA stint, but he showed flashes of brilliance at times and would go on to handily win the NBA Rookie of the Year award while dropping almost 17 points per game for the Minnesota Timberwolves.  Kevin Love, on the other hand, had a down year (which was expected playing alongside studs LeBron James and Kyrie Irving) and is now out 4-6 months following shoulder surgery.  In the wake of Kelly Olynyk practically ripping Kevin Love’s arm off, I can’t help but ask myself if the Cavs would have been better off keeping Andrew Wiggins. Read the rest of this entry »