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Miley Cyrus has released the video to go with the first single off her new album.
Two words: LOVE IT!
Loving this Evian commercial/film, Baby and Me. Can't get enough!!
I finally FINALLY got a hold of Matt "Money" Smith, of The Petros & Money Show on AM 570 Fox Sports LA, to find out where the whole "MY WIFE!" thing came from. And the answer doesn't disappoint:
The Big Lebowski.
We've seen a few "when Harlem Shake goes wrong" videos. This one takes the cake.
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Dash cam video released from Middlefield police shows a man shooting at police with an assault rifle during a traffic stop in March. During a news conference Friday, police showed the weapons and other items that were found in the suspect's car. According to police, officers pulled over James Gilkerson, 42, of Mentor-on-the-Lake, on March 10 for failing to stop at the intersection of East High Street and
IBM's created the world's tiniest movie. How tiny? Down to the atom!
Wednesday night's Sabres/Bruins game was the first sporting event in Boston since the marathon bombing Monday. Before the puck dropped, spirits were lifted when fans who packed TD Garden sang the Star Spangled Banner, then chanted USA! USA! USA!
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Louisville guard Kevin Ware suffered a gruesome compound fracture in the first half of the Cardinals' Midwest regional final against Duke on Sunday.
Ware rushed out to challenge a 3-point shot by Duke's Tyler Thornton and appeared to land awkwardly. When laying on the court, the tibia bone in his right leg appeared to be protruding from the skin. The game was stopped for a prolonged period of time and a pall fell over Lucas Oil Stadium
Louisville's players reacted with anguish. Chane Behanan fell to the floor sobbing. Russ Smith was crying heavily. Coach Rick Pitino was wiping tears from his face.
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Gone are the days Clippers fans had to mumble their affilitation. Now, it's almost cooler to be a Clips fan than it is a Lakers fan. If you're a celebrity. People go to Lakers games to be seen. Fans go to Clippers games to watch fun basketball. Case in point: Jamal Crawford's between the legs alley-oop pass to the game's greatest dunker, Blake Griffin. It's one of the sickest in-game dunks ever.