The good, bad and weird things we're enjoying

By: Connor Threlkeld on March 20, 2014 - 7:30pm - Add new comment

Pat says it's the greatest puzzle solve he's seen in 30+ years hosting the show. I'm inclined to believe him. 

 

 

By: Connor Threlkeld on March 9, 2014 - 7:11pm - Add new comment

If you ever thought Dr. Ian Malcolm's laugh from the helicopter scene in Jurassic Park could easily be remixed into a pretty sweet music track, your suspicions have been confirmed. 

By: Connor Threlkeld on March 6, 2014 - 1:19am - Add new comment

Just read the title. It's a kitten wiggling its ears. Why wouldn't you watch?

By: Connor Threlkeld on February 27, 2014 - 2:05am - Add new comment

What do you get when you combine an electronic keyboard similar to the one in the movie Big and a group of opera singers? 

 

Find out in this video. 

By: Connor Threlkeld on February 9, 2014 - 7:13pm - Add new comment

In an annual tradition, members of the Kentucky All State Choir step outside their hotel rooms at 11 p.m. to sing the National Anthem. 

 

If I'm going to be woken up by noisy kids in a hotel late at night, this is how I want it to happen.

By: Connor Threlkeld on February 9, 2014 - 7:10pm - Add new comment

Proctor & Gamble continues catering to the moms making the family buying decisions with this year's edition of the "Thanks, Mom" Olympics ad. 

 

As the dad of a young boy, it bothers me that Olympic athletes are apparently raised in single-parent households. Several comments have raised the question of would everyone be cool with it if an ad for Oscar winners only said "Thanks, Dad."

 

By: Kim Luciani on January 31, 2014 - 5:14pm - Add new comment

By: Connor Threlkeld on January 27, 2014 - 2:17am - Add new comment

Seattle fans are known as some of the loudest in football, consistently setting volume records at their stadium.

But can they be quiet... for $5,000?

Fox Sports challenged a group of Seattle Youth Football supporters to watch the NFC championship game in complete silence. If they could watch the entire game without cheering, they would win $5,000 for their youth football program.


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