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Florida Man Guns Down SWAT Team Robot With an AK-47 -- Naked

What's crazier than locking yourself in your house and threatening to kill anyone that crosses its threshold? Walking out of your house to shoot a robot with an AK-47. Naked. While being videotaped. A Florida man accomplished all of those feats, during a recent standoff with a camera-equipped SWAT team bot. The $65,000 robot bravely attempted to enter the man's house, where it was greeted with ...

Late for School? Hop on the Jet-Powered Bus

What global warming? Paul Stender, the creator of 'The School Time Jet-Powered School Bus,' pumps 150 gallons of fuel into his mad-cap vehicle to power a hair-raising, quarter-mile joyride, which you must definitely watch in the video after the break. The converted yellow bus -- rigged with a Phantom fighter plane jet -- seems to have no purpose other than to inspire awe (or anger, if you're o...

We're Excited for the Dancing Indian Robot Movie 'Endhiran'

Forget 'The Social Network,' 'The Expendables,' 'Piranha 3-D' and 'Charlie St. Cloud'; the big-budget, dance-crazy, sci-fi flick 'Endhiran' will quite obviously be the best film of the year. Starring the inimitable Rajnikanth (who also happens to be India's highest paid film actor) and the former Miss World Aishwarya Rai, 'Endhiran' follows a scientist who has created a robot for his son. The rob...

Woman Busted for Sending Fake Text Threats to Herself

Share If you wanna spend your days sending disparaging text messages to yourself, that's fine. But if you do it and tell the police that the threats are coming from someone else, that's actually pretty illegal -- and pretty pathetic. Santa Ana, California's Jeanne Mundango Manunga, you see, clearly had some pretty serious beef with her ex-boyfriend and his sister-in-law. Instead of punching a...

Eric Leebow Claims He Invented Social Networking, Has a Killer Jump Shot

So there's this guy named Eric Leebow -- and he invented social networking. Don't believe us? Just ask Eric Leebow. Leebow is the delusional CEO and founder of something called Freezecrowd, a site that he describes as a "college yearbook," replete with photo tagging and friends lists. It may sound a lot like Facebook, but the difference is, Leebow thought of it first -- in 1999, to be precise....

Hacking Voicemails Lands Jealous PR Guru in Court

Whether they were stalking us on MySpace from a secret account, drunkenly crashing our birthday parties, or just texting and calling 200 times a day for three months straight, we've all got our share of crazy exes. But those stories would pale in comparison to the tales that the exes of Ali Wise would tell. A former Dolce & Gabbana PR Director, Wise has been met with allegations that she hac...

Plane Torn Apart Over Lost Cell Phone

Remember that girlfriend you used to have who would violently dump her purse out onto the floor, even on a subway platform, if it took longer than three seconds to find her ringing cell phone? Well that hyper-aggressive ex of yours (okay, ours) has nothing on the people at the airline Jet2, who literally tore a plane apart to find a missing mobile. Passengers in Murcia, Spain were held up for ...

Is Roseanne Barr the Craziest Celebrity Blogger on the Internet?

Okay, so this isn't really breaking news, but did you know that Roseanne Barr has one of the Web's nuttiest blogs? It's true (we even wrote about it a few months ago). Dan O'Brien at Cracked.com decided to read Roseanne's blog, every day, for two weeks, to try and find out if she is the craziest blogger the Internet has to offer. After reading Dan's entry (in which he also postulates that Rosea...

Crazy Woman Pushes Stroller on Segway

We have no idea what this woman was thinking. Perhaps this is part of a yet to be aired candid-camera-style comedy show. Maybe she's training the baby to be a future thrill-seeker. Or maybe the simplest explanation is best -- she simply wasn't thinking. This is hilarious and terribly disturbing. What on earth is this world coming to? Shouldn't this count as reckless endangerment? The pictu...