A nice compilation (I think)
If I pull your finger, you'll be cutting the cheese in no time.
This young girl can play a spot on version of 'Carry On My Wayward Son' on an organ
You might want to go and find your bike... It's over there somewhere...
A Harley-davidson rider decides to lock the throttle (put it on cruise control), and then stands on the passenger boards while it is moving. No wonder this ends with disaster.
Get ready for the launch...
I'm not exactly sure what her husband did to deserve this, but this insane woman absolutely destroys his car. The cops couldn't even stop her rampage
Crazy French choppers doing very low level flying
I'm impressed! Good on him...
Another crazy walk around the mountain on wafer-thin pathways (when they're lucky).
The snowboarder didn't see the groomer coming up the slope and was lucky that he took the jump.
That's one way to finish off your truck.
This guy catches his neighbour's dog doing some pretty impressive tricks
2 Spaniards go for a walk around a mountain on a wafer-thin ledge. Just look at the drop and the state of the path! Crazy.
The first ones are easy... but others are seriously impressive
This guy takes his Suzuki jeep off a ramp... Way more awesome than you'd expect!
NEW YORK - NBC News said Tuesday it has reprimanded the employee responsible for mistakenly flashing a picture of Osama bin Laden on MSNBC as Chris Matthews talked about Barack Obama.
"This mistake was inexcusable," MSNBC spokesman Jeremy Gaines said.
It happened during the opening of "Hardball" Monday evening. Matthews was previewing a story on the controversy over Obama's use of another politician's words, and a picture of bin Laden briefly flashed on the screen beside him with the headline "Words About Words."
The Obama campaign immediately called NBC to complain, and Matthews apologized on the air a few minutes later. When "Hardball" was rerun later that night, a picture of Obama replaced the picture of the terrorist leader.
The mistake was made by someone in the network's graphics department whom MSNBC would not identify. The network did not explain exactly how the mistake was made nor detail the punishment for the employee.
Clunk! Ouch, you can tell by the wobble that hurt.