Flex Cam of the Day: Woman With Jacked Arms Outshines Guy at Football Game

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A guy got owned by a woman with bigger muscles than him at a Philadelphia Soul game last week.

During a “Flex Cam” break, the camera pans around the crowd and let’s the arena football fans show off their guns.

At one point towards the end it landed on a both a guy and a girl, and the guy quickly stood up to show-off his arms.

Little did he know that there was a much more muscular woman behind him about to steal the gun show.

“You’ve been stoned, my brother!” says the announcer.

Nature of the Day: Watch the Calbuco Volcano Erupt in Chile

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So this is what the Apocalypse looks like.

Chile’s Calbuco volcano erupted multiple times Wednesday night for the first time in over 40 years, turning the sky into a scene straight out of Hell.

The eruption was captured in some pretty amazing video footage and photos. Watch the clip above as ash pours out into the red sky while lightning flashes in the background.

4,000 people have been evacuated from the area, including 1,500 residents from the town of Ensenada, after Chile’s National Service of Geology and Mining (Sernaageomin) issued a “Red Alert.”

“There was a lot of panic, lots of chaos, traffic jams, people going to supermarkets, everyone looking for water, trying to take out money from the ATMs,” said one witness according to CNN.

The volcano last erupted in 1972, according to the Associated Press, and another volcano, Villarrica,erupted back in March.

So far there have been no injuries or deaths reported, said Interior Minister Rodrigo Peñailillo, but some flights have been cancelled.

See more at WIN!

Misunderstanding of the Day: Boy Thinks His Sister is Calling Him ‘Mean’

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Oh George.

Three siblings have become viral stars after recording a video to their mother last week, in which one of them gets a little offended.

Ava and Logan are on camera, and their brother George is off to the side.

“George is meaning to say hello, but… here he is,” says Ava, panning over to him.

“I’m not mean!” he replies before running away.

Their father provided some background on George in the video’s caption, explaining why he tends to misunderstand things:

George was born with a cleft lip and palate and also totally deaf in his left ear. He’s had glue ear in his right and only been able to hear well in it for about a year and a half. He also wears a hearing aid in this ear to help. This means he has delayed speech and language as he finds it hard to hear parts of some words, hence the misunderstanding. He’s a good kid, a total trooper and amazingly funny.

Close Call of the Day: Guy Catches Drone Before it Lands In the Ocean

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Ryan Chatfield was out playing with his drone on Floreat Beach in Australia this week, when its batteries died.

The videographer then sprinted after the expensive toy (he said it cost him over $2000) and managed to catch it before it took a dive in the ocean.

“I thought, ‘That’s it, it’s gone’ but I knew I just had to have a crack at it,” he told The West Australian.

And fortunately he was successful in his rescue attempt and just got a little wet in the process. He also chose the perfect song to edit into the clip using Enya’s “Orinoco Flow (Sail Away).”

We’ve seen lots of consumer drone fails over the past few years, including a guy who saved his DJI Phantom 2 from crashing into a pond at the last second.

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Stunt of the Day: BMX Biker Rides Across Stranger’s Lamborghini

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Do you live in Portland, Oregon, and did you recently discover some unusual tire tracks on your orange Lamborghini?

If the answer to both of these questions is “yes,” you might want to have a chat with Josh Navarro.

The BMX biker and self-described “explorer” posted a video on his Instagram account (ajourneythroughtime) this weekend, in which he rides his bike over a stranger’s car outside Jake’s Famous Crawfish.

He has hashtagged a photo of the stunt as #ThugLife, and on the video he wrote #RideEverything.

Last year he posted a video of him appearing to ride around on giant slices of pizza, which you can watch below.

So he literally does attempt to ride everything after all.

No word on whether not he had permission, but the waiter sure seems to think it’s real with that shrug of his.

And he’s got a lot of angry comments on his account.

“Don’t think this is going to end well for you,” said one person.

Another has threatened to alert the owner of the car.

Musician of the Day: Security Guard Impresses Internet with Piano Skills

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A security guard in Georgia recently let down his guard for a few minutes, and he’s now become somewhat of a viral sensation.

A visitor to the National Library of Parliament recorded Omar Tsereteli as he was playing the piano, and it turns out he’s really amazing.

Time for a career change?

According to the caption, he didn’t know he was being filmed, and the YouTube clip now has over 1 million views.

The seats in the room may be empty, but the world is listening Omar!

He’s performing Ludovico Einaudi’s “Giorni Dispari,” according to the UK’s Metro.

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Advice of the Day: Surgeon General Tells Elmo Why He Needs a Vaccination

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Anti-vaxxers just got schooled by a little red muppet.

Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, Sesame Street and The Daily Dot have teamed up in a new PSA about why vaccinations are so important.

In the 3-minute clip, Murthy explains to Elmo, who initially isn’t so keen on getting a shot, why he needs one if he wants to stay healthy. He compares it to wearing a bicycle helmet or carrying an umbrella when it rains.

Murthy talked more about the collaboration on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services blog:

Vaccines are among the most successful and cost-effective public health tools we have for preventing disease and death. They not only help protect vaccinated individuals, but they also help protect entire communities by preventing and reducing the spread of infectious diseases. Among children in the U.S. born between 1994 and 2013, routine vaccinations will prevent an estimated 322 million illnesses, 21 million hospitalizations, and 732,000 deaths over the course of their lifetimes.

And they both took a little dig at the anti-vaxxer movement at the end of the video.

“That was so easy. Why doesn’t everybody get a vaccination,” he says.

“That’s a good question Elmo,” Murthy replies.