An Indecent Proposal from Sarah Silverman

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Rubber bands vs Water Melon – The Slow Mo Guys

Reality always look better in slow motion. Even the most humdrum events can seem like the most dramatic moment of an action film.

This certainly seems to the opinion of the ‘Slow Mo Guys’, who decided to wrap hundreds and hundreds of elastic bands around a watermelon, bracing themselves for the moment the combined pressure leads a dramatic explosion and red faces all around.

The pair – famed for their love of slow-motion destruction – spent 20 minutes wrapping the bands around the fruit, and then recorded the action with a camera that can take 1,600 images per second.

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Energy-saving light bulbs can fry your skin, study claims

Energy-saving light bulbs might be good for the environment but they can fry your skin, a new study claims.

Researchers at Stony Brook University in New York State examined the impact of the efficient compact fluorescent bulbs – or CFL bulbs – on human skin cells prompted by a similar study undertaken in Europe.

They discovered that healthy skin exposed to light from the environmentally-friendly globes – which use a quarter of the energy of ordinary bulbs to produce the same amount of light – experienced the same kind of damage that is found with ultraviolet (UV) radiation.

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New York’s Naked Cowboy threatens to sue Naked Indian who’s stealing his thunder

Times Square’s famous naked cowboy has become locked in a battle with a naked Indian who is encroaching on his territory.

The well-known New Yorker, who plays guitar wearing just underpants and a hat, is now in competition with the Indian, who plays the drums in briefs and a headdress.

But cowboy Robert Burck is threatening to sue the Indian, Adam David, unless he joins his company.

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Obama’s dishonest campaign message

Just like he did against Hillary Clinton, President Obama now continues to spread dishonest attacks about Mitt Romney to distract from his failed record. Even though fact check after fact check have found his claims to be false, he continues to not tell the truth to the American people. It is no wonder why our country has lost confidence in his leadership.

Black lab who died 14 years ago receives voter registration forms in the mail

The voter registration form arrived in the mail last month with some key information already filled in: Rosie Charlston’s name was complete, as was her Seattle address.

Problem is, Rosie was a black lab who died in 1998.

A group called the Voter Participation Center has touted the distribution of some 5million registration forms in recent weeks, targeting Democratic-leaning voting blocs such as unmarried women, blacks, Latinos and young adults.

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New York City celebrates July 4th with dazzling pyrotechnic display over Hudson River

Across the United States, Americans are celebrating 236 years of independence with backyard barbeques, family gatherings and, of course, fireworks.

While many celebrations have been scaled-down or cancelled due to weather-related power outages and concerns of spreading wildfires amid dry, hot weather, many are still celebrating, albeit in less-than-traditional ways.

In New York, Katy Perry gave a star-spangled performance in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, donning her Fleet Week uniform of a purple ponytail and an American flag mini-dress, singing her apropos hit Firework to a crowd of servicemen. Kenny Chesney also performed.

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