No matter how patriotic you are, or how much you hate Wal-Mart, DON'T try this. Three guys set off a fireworks display inside an Arizona Wal-Mart. Now the police are looking for them. Fortunately, in this case no one was hurt by this display of pyrotechnics.
A Youtuber who's content is all about being vegan got attention recently for posting a video including the temper tantrum he threw after finding out that the sauce on his pizza actually contained cheese. You can watch the entire 27 minute video if you have the fortitude, otherwise, the action starts at about the 16 minute mark:
If you can't manage to watch the video but just want to be in the know, notable moments include the throwing of his phone and going on a tirade while flossing every speck of parmesian cheese from his teeth ON CAMERA.
We would post some internet reactions, but the vegan guy already created a video about it that you can hate-watch if you really want to know what other people are saying about that video:
PewDiePie, is a Youtuber we all know for two things: making loud noises while playing video games and making insane amounts of money from the videos of that.
People on the internet love to hate him but you can't help but feel a little bad for him now that he's been evicted for making too much noise. The situation would be hilarious (if you're one of the haters) if it weren't for the real reason behind his eviction.
Let's be clear, he tried to explain it, but that doesn't make it not a really, really dumb idea. This YouTube star is getting a lot of flack for his "social experiment" video that involved, according to him, comparing "radical Islamic terrorism" and "radical Christian terrorism". What does that mean, you ask? Apparently it involves having your friend dress up in a real crappy costume and half-heartedly yelling mispronounced Arabic phrases at people before running away.
Just... just watch it for yourself:
Obviously, most people HATED it. People in the comments of the original video and on Twitter called him out for his terrible judgment.
The video description explains how much land was bought and a vague sense of what is planned for it:
Burning Man Project has purchased the Fly Ranch property, 3,800 acres of land located twenty-one miles north of Gerlach in Washoe County, Nevada. The site opens the door to new possibilities, new cultural experiments, and year-round art and innovation projects on a scale never before envisioned. And like Black Rock City, Fly Ranch will be a collaborative endeavor requiring a vast array of skills, ideas, and contributions.
This fight night was put on to raise money for Charity Vision, which Mitt Romney's son is president of. That explains why Romney was there to show his support but it doesn't entirely offer an explanation to why he dressed up as Nacho Libre and went into the ring.
The main event featured Oscar De La Hoya and Mario Lopez but they were interrupted by two masked luchadores. Those luchadores were then interrupted by Nacho Libre, who turned out to actually be Mitt Romney in disguise?
Last time this event took place, Mitt Romney entered the ring in a boxing match with Evander Holyfield so this time he had to step it up a notch.