Watch out, David after Dentist!
Young Matt had to go in for surgery because of a broken arm. Then, he woke up and won the Internet.
Best line? “I just farted. You know what I’m saying?!”
How long until he’s on the Today show?
PS: He’s dizzy.
Yes, apparently Armenia gets its internet service from one single cable. The 75-year-old woman was scavaging for scrap metal when she stumbled upon a fiber-optics cable. She then cut the wire, hoping to get the copper from it. With that action, the internet went off in Armenia and in parts of Georgia for several hours. Authorities restored internet access to “thousands” after several hours.
The woman has been arrested and charged with damaging property. She faces 3 years in jail if convicted.
Sometimes kids do the darndest things.
1) Baby’s First Swear Word: This little kid must have been around a potty mouth parent. She learned a colorful word really quickly.
2) Children Using the Internet Earlier: 80 percent of all children between the ages of 0 and 5 use the internet on a weekly basis. Between the ages of 0 and 3, 47% of technology use occurs in front of a television. With that in mind, 60 percent of children under age 3 watch videos online. Kids are also multitasking, using the internet and the TV simultaneously. You know, because they have to live-blog their favorite episodes of “Dora the Explorer” from their smartphones.
3) World’s Youngest Alcoholic at Age 3: A British child has been treated for symptoms of alcohol dependency at a local hospital. What’s truly horrifying is that the child is 3. Doctors believe the baby was given alcohol on a regular basis for at least 6 months. Alcoholism remains a huge problem in the UK.
Update: Yes, you asked for a dance remix. I heard you. Here it is.
So this UCLA student was obviously having a bad day. She did what any of us would have done. She found a friend to tell about her problems. What’s different from you and me is that this young woman decided that friend was a computer, and she posted her ignorant, racist rant on the Internet.
Lots of things to note. First of all, if you’re her friend and you’re Asian, good news! She wasn’t talking about you. Next, she obviously studies so much that she has “epiphanies” on a regular basis. That’s why it’s so annoying when people talk on their phones in the library. Also, it’s not cool if anyone talks on their phone in the library, but it’s especially not cool if you’re saying “Ching Chong Ling Long Ding Dong.” Duh, like, wow. And then she throws in the part about the tsunami. How dumb can you get?
Another UCLA student has probably the best response. It’s pretty awesome:
PS: Apparently, this girl’s name is Alexandra Wallace. She was a model.