Watch this cute-as-hell dog named Benji repeatedly point to a stuffed moose when asked who his best friend is. But then Benji shows a serious lapse in...
Ida Keeling isn't just outrunning Father Time. She's beating the clock on the track, too.
Keeling, 100 years young, broke the 100-meter record for her age at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia on Saturday, Runner's World reported.
"I’m very happy to offer all of this crowd a nice example of what you can do for yourself, and I thank God every day for my blessings," she said, per Runner's World.
Keeling, who has set numerous women's age-group records, finished in 1 minute, 17.33 seconds.
Looking dashing in a red beret, Keeling can be seen above sprinting (well, speed-walking) to the finish line last in the mixed-age race.
According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, Keeling showed off a bit afterward for the 40,000-plus spectators, cranking out a few pushups and leg lifts.
AFP wrote previously that a Japanese man covered the distance in 42.22 seconds in the over-105 category. But, in our book, Keeling is still second to none.
Keeling's advice for winning the race of life is pretty straightforward. She told NBC after the competition, "Love yourself. Do what you have to do, not what you want to do. Eat for nutrition and not for taste. And exercise at least once a day."
The swift centenarian turns 101 in a few weeks. Happy birthday,...
A Spanish handball player sucker-punched a referee during a match Sunday and may face criminal charges, according to reports.
Eddy Cordoba of BM Vinaros can be seen on video objecting to the ejection of a teammate, then flooring referee Daniel Orts as he turns his head away.
Police were called to the arena in Alicante, Spain, and Orts, who was treated at a hospital, said he would report the alleged assault, the Mirror reported.
"The blow has left me in shock," Orts told El Periodico Mediterraneo. " ... I didn't see it coming."
Per outlets, Gabriel Martorell, manager of BM Vinaros, said afterward: "We deeply regret what happened and there’s no possible defense for an assault of this...
There are many ways to dry a bat in the rain, but none captures the Internet's attention quite like Alex Rodriguez's method.
In an at-bat Sunday against the Boston Red Sox, the Yankees' DH was shown rubbing his mighty staff between his legs. Up and down. Hard.
If they're trying to keep their relationship underground, they have the wrong idea.
An amorous pair at a Barcelona subway station was filmed apparently having sex while passengers walk by, according to outlets.
The late-Saturday public platform nookie session has not gone unnoticed by the law,...
Comedy filmmaker Judd Apatow made a heartfelt comparison between Prince and Garry Shandling at Shandling's memorial Sunday. Then came the purple zinger.
In addressing a star-packed tribute to Shandling -- the comedian and...
Curt Schilling has no problem burning bridges.
Schilling, the Hall of Fame-aspiring pitcher with what many see as Hall of Shame opinions, played hardball with former employer ESPN during a radio interview.
In a conversation with the conservative "Breitbart News Patriot Forum" that aired Thursday morning, Schilling said ESPN features "some of the biggest racists in sports commentating."
“Some of the most racist things I’ve ever heard have come out of people that are on the air at ESPN," he said in the clip above.
Schilling was fired by the network last week for sharing an offensive Facebook post to apparently express his support of a North Carolina law that requires transgender people to use the restroom of their birth gender. He was previously suspended for tweeting about Nazis and Muslim extremists.
“It was apparent to me early on that if you wanted to go off-topic as a sports person you had to go off-topic left, or you were going to get in trouble,” Schilling said on the show.
Asked afterward to elaborate on his comments, Schilling referenced ESPN personalities Stephen A. Smith and Tony Kornheiser, Newsday reported.
"You listen to Stephen A. Smith, and Stephen A. Smith was the guy who said that Robert Griffin didn’t play quarterback for the Redskins because he’s black," Schilling told Newsday. "No, Robert Griffin didn’t play quarterback for the Redskins because he [stunk].
" ... Tony Kornheiser compared the Tea Party to ISIS. I don’t know any planet where those are sports topics. But I don’t care. It’s OK. I think those conversations need to happen. But as soon as you go to the flip side, the right side, there are repercussions for not talking about...
Which can you survive without longer -- food, water, sleep or cat videos?
As our time gets swallowed up by cyberspace, it might feel like the latter.
But what if you had to live, really live, without the Internet?
"Without my Internet, without my steady streams, how will I ever find the dankest of the dankest memes?," they sing.
We shudder at the possibility.
Are you still in therapy complaining that you never received compliments from Dad?
Let Academy Award winner J.K. Simmons make you feel better -- sort of.
Simmons, known for his stern (and sometimes crazy) father figures like the music mentor in "Whiplash," served up some faint patriarchal praise along with Stephen Colbert on "The Late Show" Tuesday.
"Hey, kiddo, that thing you do that I don't really understand or pay any attention to?" Simmons said. "I hear you're good at it. That's great."
Thank you, Daddy Dearest.
Just what boxing needs -- a heavyweight champ who loves his gut and hates the sport.
World title holder Tyson Fury put on one of the wackier press conferences in recent memory Wednesday to promote his July 9 rematch against Wladimir Klitschko. In November, Fury won the crown by defeating then-reigning champ Klitchsko, who had won 22 previous fights.
Wednesday on his home turf in Manchester, England, Fury stepped up his verbal assault. He pulled off his shirt to reveal ample flab and taunted Klitschko. "Does that look like a fighter's body?" he says in the clip above. "Clearly not. Do I give a f-ck? No. .. Have a look. Fat man -- that's who beat you. Shame on you, my friend."
"Shame on me?" Klitschko responded.
"Shame on you," Fury fired back. "You let a fat man beat ya."
It gets weirder. Not only did Fury say he doesn't take boxing seriously, he isn't too fond of his profession either.
"I hate boxing, I hate it, I hate training, but I am too f****** good at it to stop," he said, per the Telegraph. "I hope Klitschko knocks me out because I can then retire and go on holiday."
Be careful what you wish for, "fat man."
What happened to a construction worker on a portable toilet in Sydney, Australia, will make your skin crawl. God knows what it made his skin do.
The 21-year-old man was bitten on the penis Wednesday by a poisonous redback spider at a job site, the BBC reports.
반려동물을 구하기 위해 당신은 어디까지 할 수 있는가?
주킨 미디어에 따르면 콜롬비아 보고타에 사는 디에고 안드레스 다비야는 13층 건물 발코니에 매달린 강아지를 구했다.
그가 진짜 스파이더맨처럼 건물 벽을 타고 강아지를 구하는 장면을 보시라. 그는 심지어 자신의 안전은 생각도 하지 않았다고 말했다.
이 남자는 더 도도에 이웃의 개인 '루나'가 건물에서 떨어지기 일보 직전이라는 전화를 받고 아파트로 달려갔고, 발코니 아래층을 통해 건물을 기어 올라가 루나를 구해냈다.
그는 더 도도에 "지상에 있던 사람들이 비명을 질렀다. 만약의 경우를 대비해서 매트리스도 깔아놨다. 나는 최악의 경우는 생각하지 않았고, 아래를 내려다보지도 않았다"고 말했다.
이 동영상은 페이스북에서 수만 번 넘게 공유됐다.
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"All Eyez on Me" is expected to be released in November, shortly after the 20th anniversary of Shakur's death.
The movie, directed by Benny Boom, has had a difficult road to production, with John Singleton and Carl Franklin previously attached as directors.
Watch the clip above and compare the above scene to the real deal right here:
His days as a Republican presidential hopeful are over, but New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is still living "Glory Days."
Christie, one of Bruce Springsteen's biggest fans, loomed large at a Brooklyn concert Monday night. He was videotaped by several fellow Bruce lovers moving and chanting to the Boss at...
He dove into trouble.
Austin Misiak was allegedly having sex with an unnamed woman in a community pool when observers asked him to stop and reminded him that kids were present.
Misiak, 28, flew into a rage and began chasing children while trying to hit them,...
Fans of John Barrowman of "Doctor Who" and "Torchwood" fame got more than they expected Sunday when they tuned into a Facebook Live segment.
Barrowman's husband Scott Gill unknowingly walked into the frame with his penis fully exposed while the actor was chatting.
Barrowman had been discussing the...
A little rain isn't spoiling this skateboarder's day.
Watch Christopher Chann slide down a slick street on just his shoes.
Chann calls the April 23-posted clip simply, "Sliding Down Massive Hill" and writes of his make-the-best-of-it derring-do: "THIS IS SO MUCH FUN!! This is what I like to do when it rains and I can't skate."
It does look entertaining, but we prefer to use our sneakers for traction.
He took his monkey business too far.
An Oregon man tipped a sex worker with a small primate that he stole from his own pet store, the Eugene Police...
Maybe if Zack and Slater of "Saved by the Bell" knew what Mr. Belding was capable of, they wouldn't have messed with him so much.
Dennis Haskins, who played the put-upon principal in the 1989-92 sitcom, has appeared in pro wrestling shows over the years. But...
Kate Ovens isn't just a pretty face. She can stuff her face, too.
Wearing a sombrero and a smile, Ovens became the first woman to win a UK restaurant chain's Belly Buster Burrito Challenge.
With a photo on the Wall of Fame at Zapatista at stake, Ovens devoured a mega-sized burrito of chicken, pulled pork, rice, beans, sour cream and toppings in 8 minutes 12 seconds. That's well under the required 10 minutes, and she wasn't even in full competitive-eating mode. She kept up her commentary and seemed to be enjoying herself. "I don't know why I don't have burritos more often," she says.
If the sight of a young woman devouring obscene amounts of food appears familiar, Nela Zisser, a model and beauty pageant winner from New Zealand, has been notching impressive gustatory feats for a while. But in a recent McDonald's challenge against Zisser, Ovens admitted that's she not quite in Zisser's league just yet.
Still, hats off to Kate for a burrito attack well done.