Rock ‘n’ rollers and Star Wars fanatics unite. Students at Arizona’s University of Advancing Technology have brought Freddie Mercury and the Jedi together in one awesome parody.
[WATCH] News station mixes up MLB player Alex Rodriguez and Nelson Mandela in cringe-worthy broadcast
This news station really embarrassed itself on Thursday when covering the passing of Nelson Mandela.
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll pull your hair out – all from watching Fox News’ Neil Cavuto attempt to interview fitness guru Richard Simmons.
News about Al Gore’s new diet came as a brief mention in a Forbes magazine article about specialty food company Hampton Creek Foods, Inc. The article states that the San Francisco-based startup, which is on a mission to create a line of eggless food products, has the financial backing of the likes of Bill Gates — as well as the man Gates has to thank for “creating the Internet.”
In the show, liberal lioness Lisa Simpson runs for second-grade class rep against a young Republican star, Isabel Gutierrez, voiced by actress Eva Longoria. The local Republicans identify Isabel as a potential party savior and plot to promote her early in her career, before Texas turns blue and her figure gets out of shape.
Celebrities, they’re just like us. And that means they have feelings too.
Sometimes the government scene can seem like it’s full of political animals. Here are nine examples of the real thing — actual animals that have taken on politics in America and elsewhere, and shown that it’s not just the Bull Moose Party that gets to have all the fun.
“There are lot of other things I’m pretty sorry about, too,” the Obama character said. “And if you don’t mind, I’d just like to take this time to apologize for all of them.”