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Metallica, …And Justice For All

Animal rights activists have found a new target:  James Hetfield, lead singer and the brains behind the legendary metal band Metallica.

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A man had his beer stolen by a “crabby” character.

In this video, you can see a man struggle with a crab as the crab tries to get away with his beer. Eventually, the crab wins out and gets away with the beer.

Eventually, the crab decided it didn’t want the beer anymore, and just dropped it.

Take a look at the video:

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RICHMOND, Va. – Did you see Thursday night’s meteor over Virginia?

About 10:15 p.m. Thursday, many of you reported seeing a bright fireball in the sky.

“The fireball was seen from primarily Virginia but witnesses from Washington DC, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and West Virginia  also reported seeing the phenomenon,” the American Meteor Society said.

Here is video shot by Dan Perjar in Raleigh, North Carolina.

“Sizable meteor caught on my dash cam in Raleigh tonight,” Perjar posted on YouTube.

CLICK HERE to read the spotter reports from Thursday night.

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By Eric Levy

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (June 16, 2014) — A Southport boy is alive thanks to his pit bull that woke him up from a nap when his house caught fire.

Nick Lamb, 13, was born without the ability to hear, so the smoke alarms couldn’t wake him up, but his two-and-a-half year old pit bull Ace did. This isn’t just a story about the bond between a boy and his dog.

“Comes in my room a lot, and likes to play with me, and then, we also play out in the backyard sometimes, too,” said Nick.

In Nick’s eyes, Ace is a hero.

“Yeah, he saved my life,” Nick said. “I love him a lot more.”

Nick had gone down for an afternoon nap Wednesday and took out his cochlear as he normally does before he goes to sleep, and he didn’t hear the smoke alarms…

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lilicaDogs are said to be the most loyal animals — and Lilica the “junkyard mutt” is a shining example of that.

A YouTube video from January 2013 has begun circulating again, showing a Brazilian stray dog that walks miles each day to bring food to her animal friends in the junkyard.

According to the video, Lilica walks four miles each way to get a bag of food from an animal rescuer named Lucia. After feeding Lilica, Lucia ties up the bag of food, and Lilica carries it off.

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One day Lucia followed Lilica, and found she is a loyal friend walks the food back to the junkyard so all her friends can eat.

Watch the video to see sweet Lilica.

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NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — You may have forgotten, but an entire generation exists in between the Baby Boomers and Millennials.

They are called Gen X, but they are often overlooked by pollsters, the media and just about everyone else.

Born between 1964 and 1980, Gen X got its name from a 1991 book Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture, by Canadian author Douglas Coupland.

When they were coming of age in the 1990s, they were considered slackers and aimless. But then, they were just forgotten.

The Pew Research Center recently shed some light on what it termed “America’s neglected middle child.” Turns out they are less likely to be married than the Baby Boomers, but more religious than Millennials.

When it comes to social and political views, the liberal Millennials didn’t spring from nowhere. Gen Xers were already leaning that way, breaking from the more button-down Baby Boomers.


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ARLINGTON, Texas — What do you think of when you see a pit bull? Friendly? Playful, even? Well, not everyone would agree.

Arlington’s finest were flagged down by some folks while responding to another call, claiming a pit bull was vicious.

But, after a closer look, Sergeant Gary Carter noticed the pit wasn’t bad to the bone.

“He was friendly, he was more trying to make friends than hurt anybody,” Carter said.

So, he and a fellow officer, lured the dog into their squad car.

“Using one of her protein bars. He didn’t want to get in at first so we had to use a little food to coax him in,” he explained.

Now that he was in custody, they wanted to find the dog’s owner. They took to Facebook and oh man, did they get some attention!

The response after they posted this photo was, well, dog-gone incredible. Over…

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ILLINOIS — A truck driver passing through Illinois said he caught a police officer speeding while talking on his cell phone.

The driver, Brian Miner, pulled over the officer to confront him about his driving and recorded video of the alleged incident that he posted to YouTube last week.

In the video, Miner said the officer was speeding on wet roads while using his cell phone.

Initially the officer argues with the trucker and threatens to write him a ticket for “unlawful use of a horn” — and pointed out that police are allowed to use technology while driving.

However, when Miner told the officer that the whole thing was being recorded, the officer changes his tune.

The officer goesback to his cruiser with the driver’s information, comesback and said the trucker won’tgeta ticket.

“I wasn’t paying attention to how fast I was going,” the officer said. “Like you…

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Rahat, the self proclaimed “magician prankster” who has gained internet fame for his drive-thru pranks, is once again getting national attention after he gave a homeless man a “winning” lottery ticket.

In the video, Rahat said he recently noticed the homeless man near a shopping center he lives near.

“I’m going to give him this supposed lottery ticket, take him to the store and see how much money is won from this ticket. But little does he know, this is a losing lottery ticket. And the store clerk is in on it,” Rahat said in the video.

After Rahat told the homeless man he was giving him his lottery ticket, the man asked Rahat, “You sure my man?”

Rahat told him he would take him to the store and together they would turn in the lottery ticket.

“How does that sound?” Rahat asked. “That’s cool my friend,” the man…

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TOPEKA, Kan. — A Kansas man was taken to the hospital after his SUV was launched into the air after striking a trailer parked on the shoulder of I-70 in Riley Co. on Tuesday.

According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, Greg Harris was taken to a nearby hospital.

No one was in the 2006 Ford F350 attached to the trailer.

The KHP Crash Log indicates Harris was heading west on I-70 around 9 a.m. when his Jeep Cherokee inexplicably went onto the shoulder and hit the trailer.

The SUV went airborne and flipped before coming down in a nearby ditch.

Source: CNN/WIBW

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