For the uninitiated, ‘The Elements’ is a song written in 1959 by musical humorist and mathematician Tom Lehrer, which recites the names of all the chemical elements on the periodic table. Actor Daniel Radcliffe famously sang it on a British chat show and helped introduce the song to a new generation. One such fan is three-year-old Rose, who first attempted to sing the catchy tune when she was just two.
In one corner, we have “Ridiculously Photogenic Guy” Zeddie Little, who recently become an internet sensation thanks to his ability to be, uh, ridiculously photogenic. While jogging in South Carolina’s 2012 Cooper River Bridge Run, his photo was taken by a bystander and turned into an incredibly popular web meme, prompting everyone to Facebook stalk him.
Barack Obama is a basketball guy. He played the sport in high school, where his teammates called him “Barry O’Bomber” because of his tendency to take a lot of shots. But from the looks of this video from a recent White House ‘Shoot for Strength’ event, Obama hasn’t been practicing his shooting lately.
While flying in a commercial jet over Seoul, South Korea, a surprised passenger shot this footage of a strange, bowl-shaped flying saucer from his window seat, causing internet folk to weigh-in with theories regarding this bizarre craft. Could this sighting be the real deal…or is it simply another elaborate hoax?
Have you seen ‘Titanic 3D’ yet? If you haven’t, you might just want to wait until the film is re-released again, this time in Super 3D. We were able to obtain some footage of what ‘Titanic’ looks like when treated with this new technology, and let’s just say you’ll never see the movie in the same way again.
Tim Tebow is known for his on-the-field displays of religious faith. But on Sunday, the New York Jets quarterback spread the gospel in a more traditional manner, addressing the crowd at an outdoor Easter service in Georgetown, TX.
To help celebrate Easter, Good Morning Sacramento reporter Alan Sanchez dressed up like the Easter Bunny and set off to entertain children. Some would say his wild gyrations in front of the kids would be more at home at a furry convention than a sacred holiday.
Not everyone can rap as fast as Busta Rhymes – but this talented kid can. It’s a skill this tyke has figured out at the tender age of four. Check out his promising debut video that’s gone viral, where he lays down some slick verses that have absolutely no meaning. (Pretty much like modern day music, really.)
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