A camera recorded a Virginia man’s adrenaline-pumping start to the work day after he stepped out of his house and onto a black ice-covered driveway.
Video posted on social media Tuesday appears to show the man leaving his home in Northern Virginia, according to WTVR.
As he steps out onto his driveway, he immediately loses his footing and the slope makes it impossible to turn back.
The man slips and slides down his icy driveway, his dress shoes no help as he frantically tries to avoid a painful slam onto the concrete. He doesn’t stay on his feet in the end, but manages to avoid what might have been a far worse fall.
“He is fine. This thing is going viral. I cannot stop laughing,” his wife tweeted after posting the video on social media.
Sub-freezing temperatures in parts of Virginia arrived last Wednesday along with snow and ice. The freeze lasted over the weekend and into this week.
Black ice was blamed for dozens of accidents in Central Virginia Tuesday morning and prompted most school systems to close for the fourth straight school day.
This jackass was attempting to act a fool on camera in hopes he would go viral, that was a huge mistake because the security guard had completely opposing opinions of his shenanigans.
Watch as this security guard take this guy down within seconds of him acting a fool and jumping on the stores counter.
If you are curious just what a society of millennial's would look like, take a gander at this video showing numerous young adults who seem to be almost incapable of removing their faces from their cell phones as they blindly walk into traffic.
The Netherlands continues to spiral out of control as the influx of Muslim migrants besieging the small European nation continues.
Now Netherlands police are forced to set up fake sting operations in order to catch criminal Muslim migrants who continue to rob their way through the countries they are crossing.
Here we have a group of Muslim migrants being caught one after another attempting to rob an electronics truck.
Broad swaths of the media and critics of President Donald Trump are embracing Michael Wolff's new book, even in the face of the book's readily apparent errors.
Fire and Fury: Inside Trump's White House, Wolff's account of the inner goings-on at Trump's White House, blew up Washington last week with its depiction of the president as an in-over-his-head man-child whose top aides all consider him dangerously unfit for office.
However, the book has been hit for numerous inaccuracies, such as claiming senior policy adviser Stephen Miller "knew little" about policy or Trump didn't know who John Boehner was; complaints of misquoting, hazy sourcing, and typos; as well as its strong reliance on ex-White House strategist Steve Bannon as a source.
Wolff himself wrote in the foreword that he "settled on a version of events I believed to be true," pointing to the fact his sources sometimes conflicted within what he described as a uniquely deceitful administration. The New York Times review of the book called it "liberal catnip."
Yet, often dismissing the errors in the work, figures across the media have said the book "rings true" with what they already know, or that it comes close to telling the story of the Trump administration.
"Here's the thing about the book," MSNBC host Katy Tur said. "I read it. A lot of the stuff did read as—did feel true."
She added the book was "compelling," and there's "a lot of it that reads true, that feels true."
"Some of it may be hyperbole or exaggeration, but the overall portrait rings true to an awful lot of people," historian Douglas Brinkley said on CNN.
"There's disappointment about the errors that are in the text, but the book itself does hold up," CNN media correspondent Brian Stelter said.
"The lack of fact-checking, the inaccuracies, do call into question the integrity of this whole project, and I think that's a shame, because in general, he gets the picture right," Trump biographer Michael D'Antonio said.
"It does ring true to a lot of people who've reported closely on this White House, including me," author John Heilemann said.
"Morning Joe" co-host Mika Brzezinski said of one anecdote in the story that was inaccurate: "The spirit of it was completely true."
Fellow "Morning Joe" host Joe Scarborough brushed off what he called insignificant errors, cautioning, "It's not a front-page story for the New York Times or the Washington Post. It's a much bigger picture."
"Criticism of Michael's book, though, is that he doesn't get everything exactly right. That's what happens when you interview 1,000 different people, and everybody comes from their own version," Scarborough said while Wolff sat next to him.
"As entertaining as it is, I don't know how much of this book is accurate and how much is exaggerated, but in a way, that's what makes it a perfect scandal for this White House," "Daily Show" host Trevor Noah said.
While interviewing Wolff Monday night, CBS late-night host Stephen Colbert acknowledged he was "deeply conflicted" when he read the book, saying he enjoyed it as a comedian and would love for it all to be true, but he didn't want to believe it as a citizen.
"You should believe all of it," Wolff said. "That's the alarming thing, that this is all true."
Wolff's most eyebrow-raising remark about the book came in his interview with Tur where he told her, "Read the book. If it makes sense to you, if it rings true, it is true."
'Vapers' quickly become a mockery among everybody in the United States, even those who actually partake in the method of smoking that is quickly gaining traction across the United States as well as the world.
However, it's people like this to make the rest of those people look like total ass holes.
People do some crazy things when they're horny and on drugs, but what happens when you're not on drugs and you're just super horny and can control yourself?
Apparently this happens! Watch this Mexican dude being caught trying to go down on a mannequin right on the streets in broad daylight.
Watches German police do absolutely nothing as left-wing Antifa terrorists controlled by Nazi collaborator George Soros, the rate and pelt police in Germany with rocks, stones, sticks, as well as any other thing they can get their hands on.
You'll notice the police stand there idly and do absolutely nothing as their berated and threatened with death.
Last year, Eminem released his ninth studio album, Revival, featuring tracks with Beyoncé, Ed Sheeran, and Alicia Keys.
Despite the celebrated guests, the majority of critics were particularly harsh about the rapper’s Trump-bashing effort.
Marshall Mathers has seemingly taken the criticism to heart, posting a remix of Revival tack “Chloraseptic,” featuring some stinging barbs aimed at those who disliked the album and the Beyoncé-featuring track and lead single ‘Walk on Water’.
They got what they asked for
This is the shocking moment a furious wife confronted her 'cheating husband' after travelling more than 150 miles to find him at a hotel with another woman.
The dad-of-two allegedly travelled all the way from Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, to a Premier Inn in Dover for a tryst - while his wife was looking after their two young daughters at home.
But unbeknown to him, she had grown suspicious that he was having an affair and tracked him down to the seafront with the help of her mother.
After staking out the hotel, they pounced on the pair as they returned to the car park and captured the angry confrontation on camera.
Dramatic footage of the incident - filmed by the man’s mother-in-law - appeared on social media on Saturday and has been viewed more than 100,000 times.
MirrorOnline has chosen to blur the identities of those involved.
In 2005, Oprah Winfrey accused luxury store Hermes in Paris of turning her away when she stopped in to purchase an expensive watch for singer Tina Turner. A spokesperson for the TV personality later referred to the incident as her “crash moment.”
“Crash” was a 2004 film that centered around the damaging effects of racism. The phrase “crash moment” refers to “situations where a party feels discriminated against on the basis of skin color,” CNN reported in 2005.
The claim is extremely similar to Oprah’s recent claim of discrimination she supposedly experienced at a high-end boutique in Zurich, Switzerland. In that case, she says a sales assistant refused to show her a $38,000 handbag because it was too expensive for her. The sales assistant and the store manager have both strongly denied the allegations.
As it turned out, Oprah and her team arrived at Hermes at around 6:45 p.m. on June 14, 2005, which was about 15 minutes after the store had closed and was setting up a private PR event. A store spokesperson said a security guard informed the star that the store was closed. Oprah was given a card and told to come back the next day.
Surveillance footage of the exchange backed up the store’s account. Oprah apparently wanted the store to allow her to make a quick purchase, but was denied.
She may be completely inebriated after a night of partying, but she absolutely refuses to allow this dead Fox to lie on the side of the road any longer.
Watch as her friend's attempt to get her to put down the dead Fox only to realize that she is just way too drunk and way too much of an animal lover to ever do so.
Tonya Harding struggled to hold back tears on Sunday as actress Allison Janney sang her praises at the Gold Globes.
The figure skater was watching on in Los Angeles as Janney scooped the award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in I, Tonya, which tells the story of Harding's life and career.
During her acceptance speech, the West Wing star pointed to the former ice skater in the audience and thanked her for 'sharing her story' - and the pair were later seen partying up a storm together.
Caught Trying To Break Into His Neighbor's House
This British bouncer single-handedly took on a massive group of Muslim migrants that were assaulting women outside of the nightclub there were attempting to force themselves into.
Watch as he systematically knocks them out one by one, leaving even their friends scared to come help.
Jesse Watters breaks down the different types of news that exist in America today.
First is the outright "fake news".
Second is the "in the tank news" - The ultimate double standard from the media as they cover the exact same thing differently depending on the political affiliation of the subject of the story. Guess who gets a pass?
Finally, there is the "real news", like the great economic numbers that have recently been released following Donald Trump's first full month in office. But you won't hear much news that paints President Trump in a positive light from a lot of media outlets.
Until the media report fairly, accurately, correct the record and stop burying positive news for Trump, trust in the press will continue to erode.
Perhaps they seriously underestimated how much this kid weighs , because they just sent him flying through the ceiling while celebrating his successes in school.
Perhaps now he can celebrate on his way to the hospital because his back is definitely going to need to be checked out.
This old man was attempting to release the squirrel back into the wild only to quickly realize that was a huge mistake when a cat comes along and snatches it right from the tree it was released on to.
From the OP:
My first UBER Driver passenger pick up experience after midnight. 01-05-2018, 2 30am
2 girls after the night club. You might can guess what happens next!
Had to STOP every 5-10 minutes to let her throw up because it did not want to come all at once. BUT, I had to make sure the 2 girls made it safe home. UBER POLICY!
Dummy demonstrates how NOT to defrost your windshield.
The University of California-San Diego is now embroiled in a personal injury lawsuit after an election protest gone wrong.
Mariana Flores, a sophomore at UCSD, was demonstrating against Donald Trump’s victory on a busy San Diego freeway when a vehicle hit her. The accident crushed her pelvis, fractured her leg, and caused other serious injuries, reported The Guardian campus newspaper.
Flores, in her suit filed in late November, partly blames campus officials for her injury, arguing they should have stopped the protest before it got dangerous, according to news reports.
Flores’ attorney did not respond to requests from The College Fix seeking comment. A UC San Diego spokesperson said that the university could not comment on pending litigation.
The Nov. 2016 protest had began at “Library Walk” and journeyed through campus. Next, demonstrators ended up on the I-5, a very large and busy eight-laned freeway that cuts through San Diego.
What happens when a North Korean ballistic missile test fails in flight and explodes in a populated area? On April 28, 2017, North Korea launched a single Hwasong-12/KN17 intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) from Pukchang Airfield in South Pyongan Province (the Korean People’s Army’s Air and Anti-Air Force Unit 447 in Ryongak-dong, Sunchon City, to be more precise). That missile failed shortly after launch and crashed in the Chongsin-dong, in North Korean city of Tokchon, causing considerable damage to a complex of industrial or agricultural buildings.
According to a U.S. government source with knowledge of North Korea’s weapons programs who spoke to The Diplomat, the missile’s first stage engines failed after approximately one minute of powered flight, resulting in catastrophic failure. The missile never flew higher than approximately 70 kilometers. The location of the missile’s eventual impact was revealed exclusively to The Diplomat and evidence of the incident can be independently corroborated in commercially available satellite imagery from April and May 2017.
The April 28 failure merits close analysis, especially as North Korea continues to carry out flight-testing of its various ballistic missile platforms from a range of new test sites. In 2017, North Korea has introduced new sites for missile testing, arguably to demonstrate the flexibility of its Strategic Rocket Force. It has even carried out ballistic missile launches from a restricted area at Pyongyang’s Sunan Airport, which also serves as the country’s primary civil aviation facility and the entrypoint for most non-Chinese foreign visitors to North Korea. The potential for similar accidents occurring over Pyongyang, the country’s capital, or other populated regions remains high, especially with untested systems.
After a rare snowstorm blanketed parts of South Carolina, U.S. Sen. Tim Scott joked Wednesday about riding a boogie board back to Washington.
With his flight from Charleston to D.C. canceled, he certainly wouldn't be flying.
With ice on the roads, he couldn't drive.
But the South Carolina Republican quickly learned that his "alternative transportation" idea of travel via boogie board was not his best bet.
In a video posted to his Twitter account, Scott can be seen kneeling on a boogie board, attempting to glide through the snow by hitching a ride on the back of an unknown vehicle.
About five seconds later, South Carolina's junior senator loses his grip. "Oh no!" he shouts, as he tumbles off the board and into the snow.
"Senator, please don’t hurt yourself," a man can be heard shortly after Scott wiped out.
“The View” co-host Joy Behar is making more insane statements, this time suggesting that the United States is on the verge of stoning gay people.
Liberal airhead, Joy Behar, turned a conversation on protests in Iran (something she is sufficiently unqualified to speak about) towards an unexpected direction, by saying that America is a place where gay people may soon be “stoned” to death.
Joy Behar: He needs to be medicated and hospitalized at this point or he is going to just kill all of us. You know, and my feeling is that probably they are getting closer to him in the Mueller investigation. And that’s what this is about, a lot of it. He’s going to blow the whole world up so that he and his stupid sons don’t have to go to jail.