Oct 042011
 

It hurts so much more when you fall from a great height to a quick and brutal low. After scoring a touchdown for the Bears, Marion Barber jumped up and tried to perform a backflip. It seems like he knew what he was doing, but was out of breath, or simply had a bad start, because he fell three quarters of the way through the jump, and landed on his face. Ouch. That’ll knock your ego down quick.

 

 

 

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Oct 022011
 

This video was posted back in 2010 with very little views, but has just recently exploded in popularity. A row of cheerleaders were performing backflips one after the other, but the last girl had a little slip and just fell on her butt. The video is featured on BarStoolSports and TastefullyO

 


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Sep 202011
 

The ball boy is the lowest position on the field. Even the field matinence man gets more respect. Speaking of which, even the ball doesn’t respect the ball boy. Just watch as a missed kick ricochets off the goal post, and hits the ball boy in the head, knocking him out. The video is shared on TastefullyO

 


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Sep 142011
 

Too many times in the news, you hear stories of the bystander effect. A crime or tragedy occurs to someone in public, and everyone thinks that someone else will help. So in the end, no one does. But thankfully in this case, people did help.

After a motorcycle and car crash, some people noticed the biker was stuck under the burning wreckage. Without hesitation, people began to try and lift the car. More and more people came to help until the man was pulled to safety. 

 


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Sep 132011
 

Did you know that driving just 60 mph instead of 65 mph, you gain an addition 100 feet of stopping  space? Driving a little bit slower can save a life. But sometimes, you don’t always want to save a life. This ‘drive safe’ PSA seems to be telling us to drive slower and more carefully. But that’s not always the right thing to do. 

 


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