Being stuck in a wheelchair would give a person a pretty good reason not to intervene while a convenience store robbery is in progress. However, the crime fighter in this video wasn’t going to let his handcap be an excuse from playing Batman.
There weren’t a whole lot of basketball fans in the Pauley Pavilion stands when UCLA took on Richmond late last month, so you could almost hear every individual groan when a man proposed marriage to his girlfriend on the arena’s JumboVision and was cruely rebuffed.
But was it actually a failed marriage proposal or a hoax?
When testing out homemade cannons, it’s always important to be aware of what is in front of you — a lesson the MythBusters’ guys learned learned last month when their errant cannonball wrecked havoc in a California neighborhood.
Weatherman Brian Niznansky of NBC26 in Green Bay, Wisconsin cemented his spot in the Ron Burgundy Hall of Shame when he proved that, like Will Ferrell’s famous ‘Anchorman’ character, he will read anything that is put on the Teleprompter.
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