School Closing of the Day: Principal Delivers Epic Bohemian Rhapsody School Closing Message

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From the video description:

We like to have fun at our school. So, after several school closings due to snow and cold, we recorded this call to parents to see if we could make them laugh. I think we succeeded. Boone County Schools in Kentucky is one of the nation's finest. And, our awesome parents deserve this chuckle. By the way, if this video can gain us some exposure, AND you know of someone willing to help us out with some cash for technology, we DESPERATELY need it. Ellen? Rosie? Oprah? Jimmy Kimmel? We love our jobs - I hope you can tell!

Impromptu Cover Song of the Day

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A man arrested for intoxication by the RCMP in Edson, Alberta, Canada took the opportunity to sing the entire 6-plus minutes of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" during his ride in the squad car, and the entire impromptu performance was captured by an onboard security camera.

Although the RCMP officers were polite enough not to interrupt his heartfelt rendition of the rock opera -- even when he changed the lyrics to "nothing really matters ... even the RCMP" -- they did not let him go (let him go!).

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Supercut of the Day

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Supercut of the Day: "Everything Great About YouTube": A montage of clips from YouTube's better known videos strategically set to the tune of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody."

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Everybody Needs A Hobby of the Day

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Everybody Needs A Hobby of the Day: It took him three days, 4-5 hours each day, but Redditor graulund finally completed his Epic "Bohemian Rhapsody" Rage Comic. (And then friend168 mashed it up with the actual song.)

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Say What Now of the Day

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Say What Now of the Day
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Say What Now of the Day: Wasilla High School’s symphonic jazz choir was all set to perform Queen's “Bohemian Rhapsody" at their graduation ceremony, when Principal Dwight Probasco abruptly put the kibosh on the arrangement citing complaints for "at least one parent" who deemed the song inappropriate due to Queen frontman Freddie Mercury's sexual orientation.