Quantcast
Home » Archives » Video » Whoa! (Page 82)

Florida college student says he was denied library laptop for being gay

A student at Florida Atlantic University says he was not allowed to rent a laptop from the school’s library because he is gay. Senior Abdul Asquith told WPTV he tried to check out the laptop to study last Wednesday, but the librarian said his photo ID did not match his…

Cop hits girl with motorcycle, then shoots angry father dead

Update: Raw Story has been informed that this story is over a year old, and we apologize for publishing it as breaking news. We thank the diligent readers who alerted us to our error. An off-duty Chicago police officer is under investigation after a motorcycle accident turned first into a…

Georgia man runs back into burning house to save his beer

A Columbus, GA man rushed back into a burning building to rescue several cans of beer on Thursday. According to WTVM ABC Channel 9 News, Walter Serpit was sitting and watching television with six adults and two young children when the fire broke out. Everyone evacuated the house, but then…

Former boxer survives shark attack by repeatedly punching it in its face

A man surfing at Pilaa near the Kilauea Lighthouse was attacked by a shark on Sunday. “I thought it was do or die, I thought I was going to die,” Jeff Horton told KHON2 in Hawaii. “I had my feet dangling, hanging below my surfboard, and I saw this thing…

Al Gore says climate change deniers are ‘just nuts’

Tuesday night on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” former Vice President Al Gore said people who denied that humans were negatively influencing the Earth’s climate were simply crazy. “Some of the same people that were denying that it would be bad to default on the debt — they say, ‘There’s no problem,…

Professor: Studying economics can make greed seem morally acceptable

Professor Adam Grant of The Wharton School told radio host Thom Hartmann on Tuesday that the study of economics influenced how people thought and behaved. The research at this point is not entirely conclusive. But the existing body of studies indicate that economic professors are less charitable, those who study…

Singer sentenced for bank fraud used to finance his ‘dream’ lifestyle

An Orange County man could spend up to seven years in prison after he was convicted of bank fraud to help finance a lifestyle of the rich and famous. However, Robb “TaLLLLL” University wasn’t rich, and he wasn’t exactly famous. University had been touring the country with his band, Lights…

Ann Coulter describes the government shutdown as ‘brilliant’ and ‘beautiful’

Conservative commentator Ann Coulter said Monday night that Republicans were smart to shutdown the federal government in an attempt to delay or defund Obamacare. “This is why I think the shutdown was so magnificent, run beautifully, I’m so proud of these Republicans, and that is because they have branded the…

Florida model claims boyfriend repeatedly ‘walked into the knife’ after his dog ate her marijuana

A Florida model is accused of stabbing her boyfriend after the couple fought about his dog eating her marijuana. The boyfriend, Keith Wiggins, claims that Shadae Scott repeatedly stabbed him during a fight that began when his dog consumed her stash of marijuana. She was in the process of kicking…

House GOP asked John McAfee for advice on Obamacare website

Republicans on the House Committee on Energy and Commerce have asked ex-fugitive John McAfee to review the HealthCare.gov website, a report said on Monday. According to emails obtained by CNBC, House Republicans asked the founder of McAfee Associates to “guide our oversight and review” of the Affordable Care Act website.…

Google+