After the Miami Heat’s surprise home loss to the Boston Celtics in Game Five of the Eastern Conference Finals, Lebron and company were walking off the court dejected. As they made their way through the tunnel, a young fan began yelling at them words of encouragement. ’Good job, good effort,” the boy said, repeatedly. Check it out.
They got a better result last night, returning the favor by beating the Celtics on their home court and forcing a Game Seven. However, Miami’s interactions with the crowd at the Boston Garden did prove to be a little more dicey.
West Liberty Salem high school runner Meghan Vogel wasn’t going to win the Ohio D-III 3,200-meter state finals, which was held last weekend. In fact, the junior, who had already won the 1,600 meter, was in last place with about 20 feet to go.
That’s when she noticed that one of her competitors, sophomore Arden McMath, had collapsed and fallen in front of her. Rules state that anyone who aids another runner will be disqualified. But Vogel decided this wasn’t the time to follow the rules.
As you’ve surely already heard, last week there was a horrendous crime in Miami where a man was shot to death by police as he was chewing off a good part of another man’s face. This was just one of a recent spate of gruesome incidents involving cannibalism and body parts that have led some to suggest the “zombie apocalypse,” which has been so prevalent in pop culture as of late, is very real and upon us.
So maybe it’s not the best time to dress up like a zombie and go around trying to scare people. Especially in Miami, which was where Vitaly Zdorovetskiy pulled this questionable prank. See what happened.
Brendan Haas came up with a pretty cool way to give back to military families. Inspired by the famous story of the guy who through a long chain of Craigslist trades was able to turn a paperclip into a house, a nine-year old launched what he called the “Soldier for a Soldier” initiative. Starting with a toy soldier, Haas kept trading up until he amassed $900 worth of Disney gift certificates, airfare and hotel credits.
By this time next year, residents of New York City won’t be able to buy an absurdly large and absurdly overpriced cup of soda to go alongside their absurdly large and absurdly overpriced vat of popcorn when they are enjoying a movie.
That’s because New York mayor Mike Bloomberg has proposed a ban — which is widely expected to be ratified by the city’s board of health — that would outlaw the sale of sugary drinks that are over 16 ounces.
There are two things you should know about cheerleaders. One, they are serious athletes. And, two, is that cheerleading is by far the most dangerous sport for high school and college girls in terms of injuries suffered.
The wedding dance medley has become a viral video staple. Usually what happens is the bride and groom start out dancing to a traditional wedding song, when suddenly the music goes up-tempo and the newlyweds whip out a speedy batch of choreographed dance moves to various pop hits.
And that’s basically how this video starts. But the twist here is that the twists keep coming. Watch a spry couple show off their ability to dance to all sorts of different musical styles.
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