This is some signage created by Cameron Crazy Akshay Buddiga, who commemorated The World’s Greatest Bus Fight with this sign of Epic Beard Man sqaring off against the UNC mascot. I’ve been saying this all along: DUKE AM A MOTHERF!CKER. Enjoy another photo, along with the original video after the jump, and relive the magic before we get to our Meat. Read the rest of this entry »
This is so much better than your average mashup. The pre-fight dialog. The gratuitous flashing of cash. The attention to detail. The money quote at the end of it. This is better than anyone could have asked for. Thank you, internet. You’re a ray of sunshine on a cloudy day. And thanks, Ed. Read the rest of this entry »
America’s favorite 67-year-old transit patron finally is telling his side of the story. The guy known around the Bay Area as Epic Beard Man spoke up about the famous bus fight that took the internet by storm last week. The man identifies himself as “Tommy Slick from Chicago, Illinois,” a wonderfully ridiculous name that I could only believe if he was wrestling in WWE. He can’t be any older than Shawn Michaels, right? Read the rest of this entry »
This video (after the jump) just hit the Series of Tubes on Tuesday, and if you haven’t already seen it, you need to. It’s video of what I understand is a public bus in the Bay Area, where a younger African-American dude and a 67-year-old white dude are incessantly jawing at one another. The white guy, being old, decides to switch seats and sit at the front of the bus. Verbal sparring continues, until the black guy wanders up to the front of the bus and decides to put his hands on the white guy. Bad move, Coolio. Read the rest of this entry »
I’m going to a baseball game tonight and after watching this video, my hopes for an exciting evening at the ballpark have skyrocketed: some old guy got tasered at the A’s game last night after he “was being belligerent,” as you can hear in the tape. I’m not a big fan of the whole tasing practice, but the alternative methods for removing this gentleman from his seat seemed even more ominous.
That said, there’s no reason that this guy should have been allowed to fall and hit his head on the concourse. If the state is going to assume custody of someone’s body, any injury happening to that person is on the police. Sure, that dude looks crusty and probably smells like an old Filet o’ Fish, but those cops aren’t lumberjacks. And that prick is not a tree.
The magic happens around the 1:10 mark, but I suggest watching the whole thing; the tension builds up rather well. And then watch the big guy in blue get pushed down the stairs and then get questioned by police for having the audacity to grab an usher to help break his fall. Well done, sir. You’ve got the Best Supporting Bystander In A Videotaped Baseball Fight locked up. via, via.