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Winter Olympics Edition | Dude Perfect

I wish I had as much free time as the crew from “Dudeperfect”, but their videos are still a good time for all. Check them and their Panda out on youtube or twitter, @dudeperfect


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Meet Olympic Hurdler Michelle Jenneke from The Chive

In the spirit of the Olympics, here’s a fun video from the CHIVE – Jenneke acted in a short comedic video produced by the website The Chive titled Forever Alone Meets Michelle Jenneke, playing herself in a piece referencing her viral race video (From 2012)

The New Tom Clancy Movie and a new Jack Ryan!

Who could forget The Hunt for Red October with Alec Baldwin as Jack Ryan, or Harrison Ford in Patriot Games and Clear and Present Danger as the same character? Or Ben Affleck in….well….wait. I have forgotten The Sum of All Fears, thank God! Anyway…where is my train of thought..oh yea….Chris Pine. The new Jack Ryan flick has Chris Pine trying out the role this time in Shadow Recruit. Let’s see if he can get this series rolling again. Please! At least so I can forget the last one with the future Batman! Wow!

2014 NFL Wildcard Weekend is here!

The postseason is finally here. After 17 weeks the field is set, with the AFC Wild Card Round to kick off Saturday in the early evening. The Indianapolis Colts will play host to the Kansas City Chiefs, then give way to the NFC wild card opener between the New Orleans Saints and the Philadelphia Eagles beginning in primetime

Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis: Justin Bieber

Classic video interview from Funny or Die!

What’s the most you ever lost on a coin toss?

From the film “No Country For Old Men”, comes Javier Bardem as the ruthless Anton Chigurh. The Coen brothers sought to cast someone “who could have come from Mars” to avoid a sense of identification. Empire.com ranked him #46 in their list of the 100 Greatest Movie Characters Of All Time, praising the look on his face when he strangles a cop with his own handcuffs. When American novelist Cormac McCarthy wants to throw a dark character at you, it’s a safe assumption that you’re not going to be able to get them out of your head for a good, long while – if ever. With the kind of unholy relentlessness usually reserved for horror icons, the hired killer has an almost supernatural ability to track his prey, and is rather short in the mercy department, preferring to leave the tough decisions to a coin toss. And that bowl cut is utterly terrifying.