Great Videos to Start Your Day

Boom Goes the Dynamite!!

Just found some videos that I'd thought I'd share to get you started on this day. All of them are guaranteed to be enjoyable.

Here is a frame by frame time lapse of the demolition of Busch stadium in St. Louis.

Does anyone remember the student sports anchor at Ball State who coined the phrase "Boom goes the dynamite"?? I'm shocked it hasn't been incorporated into some rap song. It's the most excrucitating 3:54 of sports reporting ever. He starts off bad and it just gets worse. You have to listen to his play by play of the Pacers game where he coins his famous phrase (starting 2:00). Just watch it all though. [Video from AOL]

I know this isn't sports related but have you ever wondered what would happen if you mixed Mentos and a 2 liter of soda?? You've probably never thought of the two together. When you do put the two together this is what happens. []

Finally be thankfull that this woman is not coming over for Christmas, not your mother in law, girlfriend, mother, sister, or standing anywhere in fifty mile radius of you. [Video from AOL]

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