Back in May, a trucker crashed into two cop cars and three fire trucks on the side of the highway near Yuma, Arizona, KILLING one of the cops. He claimed he was checking his mirrors and didn't see them . . . but his cell phone data revealed he was looking at photos of half-naked women on FACEBOOK when it happened. So police are charging him with second-degree MURDER.
Katy Perry jumps rope while performing live in Australia! See her bouncy performance HERE!
You've heard everyone speculate, now hear for yourself. Listen to the audio of Dez on the sideline during the Lions game http://bit.ly/1gXMcAZ
CHECK OUT SOME PICS FROM DANA'S CARNEVIL OF HORRORS HALLOWEEN PARTY!
According to triple-A, Halloween is the DEADLIEST NIGHT of the YEAR for pedestrians. So be really careful when you're walking . . . AND when you're driving. If you're going 30 miles an hour, you're TWICE as likely to KILL a person you hit than if you're driving 25 miles an hour. The website ZipRealty.com just put out a list of the top 15 ZIP codes around the country for trick-or-treating. They're all areas with a ton of walkable houses and residents with high income . . . so densely packed rich people is the key. Bellaire, Texas . . . a suburb of Houston . . . came in first. Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts came in second.
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl recently teamed up with actor Val Kilmer and comedian/musician Jack Black to perform as Sweetriver And The Huckleberry Dogs on an episode of the popular Yahoo! web series Ghost Ghirls. The segment focused on a recording studio being haunted by a 1970s-era Southern rock band -- played by Grohl and friends -- who require the assistance of the Ghost Ghirls to help them complete their last song, called "Back To The Beginning," so that they can shuffle off this mortal coil permanently and cross over into the afterlife.
From The Ellen Show - Really dude?
With nearly 40 years and 20 studio albums under their belts, the speed metal icons in Motörhead are still holding the ace of spades -- and aren't showing any signs of slowing down. This month, Lemmy Kilmister (who will be 68 this Christmas Eve!) and the boys are releasing their first album of original material in three years, Aftershock, which has been touted as one of the most anticipated releases of 2013. (yahoo! music)
The set won't be out officially until October 22 - but hear it now!
There's a video from the other week that shows a Boy Scout leader named Glenn Taylor destroying a rock formation in Utah that was 20 MILLION YEARS old. It happened in Goblin Valley State Park, in Utah. In the video, you can see Glenn push a big rock off its dirt foundation, which was formed by the oceans over millions of years. And the best part is, Glenn filed a lawsuit just last month claiming that his back was injured in a car accident. (They've opened a criminal investigation. Here's Glenn's friend behind the camera, egging him on and cheering when the rock falls over.)