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"Where We Came From" was put together with footage from the Alaska State Fair
As part of the festivities at the Kosherfest trade show at New Jersey's Meadowlands Exposition Center, a company unveiled on Wednesday a 51.1-pound, Guinness World Record-breaking chicken nugget.
The major clucking accomplishment took six people to craft, and is larger than 720 regular-sized nuggets combined. I wonder if they ate it after making this video? I don't see any dipping sauce.
Today marks the 75th anniversary of perhaps the greatest Halloween scare ever -- the radio broadcast of The War of the Worlds, Orson Welles' Mercury Theatre radio adaptation of the H.G. Wells science-fiction novel.
The broadcast set off a panic 75 years ago on October 30, 1938 when a fake news announcer interrupted a fake music program to report a fake alien invasion.
The broadcast was only an hour long. Listen to it here.
Another Hilarious Halloween video going viral. Enjoy!
The website farecompare.com reports that air fares are up again and CEO Rick Seaney says that the best bet for travelers is to try and book a flight early since ticket prices during the week before Thanksgiving are generally 30-to-50 percent lower.
But for many Americans, leaving so far ahead of the holiday just isn't practical. So if you're stuck flying right around the holiday, Seaney recommends traveling on Thanksgiving Day and getting out of town by Saturday if you want to save money.
Meanwhile, ticket prices are at their highest on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving and the Sunday afterwards.
This video is hilarious! It happened at a Park in Loiseville, Kentucky.
As he begins to perform the song Johnny Depp appears in front of the piano and is seen bopping his head along to the song while listening to an iPod. Soon, the room begins to fill up with more and more celebrities -- each enjoying the song in his or her own way -- although McCartney doesn't appear to see them.
Among the many other stars featured in the clip are Meryl Streep, Sean Penn, Kate Moss, Tracey Ullman, Jude Law, Jeremy Irons, Robbie Williams, Chris Pine and Alice Eve.
In what’s best described as a never-ending game of “Made You Look,” a mobile security company says that Americans just can’t stop checking their smartphones.
In fact, 63 percent of the respondents admitted in Lookout’s survey of phone habits that they look at their cells at least once an hour.
Perhaps even a bit more disturbingly, nine percent of Americans can’t help but sneak a peek every five minutes.
The survey also reveals that as much as they love their smartphones, fewer than half of Americans protect their privacy with passwords, which would come in handy since a third of owners would be horrified to see their phone’s contents displayed on a jumbo screen.
There's a guy out there paying for the drive thru meals of the people in the car behind him. All he asks is Pass it Along! If the number of You Tube views is any indication, the idea is starting to catch on!