Feb 082013

By now, most online viewers have seen or heard of Kai, the hatchet wielding hitchhiker who stopped a crazed man claiming to be Jesus. The famous Auto The News Guys have already featured his news clip in a remix.  

Now, Jessob Reisbeck of Fox 26 KMPH revisits the short lived hero turned web celebrity in this new trending news clip.


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Feb 072013

We’ve all seen it before. After going viral, Internet celebs are notorious for cashing in on their short lived fame by starring in web based commercials.

And good for them! They deserve some green after entertaining so many people worldwide. 

Double Rainbow-famous Yosemite Bear appeared in a Microsoft ad a while back, and Bed Intruder famous Antoine Dodson starred in a sex offender tracking app, too. 

Sweet Brown is most known for her famous ‘Ain’t nobody got time for that!’ comments when interviewed for the news, and has no problem cashing in on her saying. She’s already starred in one commercial months ago for 18002sellinghomes

Now, the web-celeb is back, this time starring in a made for TV commercial for Shortline Dental. Ain’t nobody got time for a toothache! 

(Miss Brown is so famous, Beyonce actually quoted her on TV recently after the Superbowl.)


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Feb 072013

These days, it’s basically expected that after an obscure news clip goes viral, the famous music masters at Auto Tune The News will perform their magic on the piece.

The latest viral clip to hit the web is no doubt the one about hitch hiker Kai who fought off a violent-crazy man claiming to be Jesus. Ya. 

Now, the Gregory Brother‘s remix of the news clip, appropriately titled Smash Smash Smash, is naturally going viralviral. 


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Feb 062013

After the big game, Beyonce was asked about her halftime show performance and the lights going out temporarily during the game by Extra.

The interviewer commented to Beyonce, “They said the halftime show was so hot, the power went out.” Beyonce mustered her inner Internet meme powers and replied in the words of the great Miss Sweet Brown, “Lord Jesus, it’s a fire.”

(Ain’t nobody got time for that!)


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Feb 052013

In the debut episode of their 19th series, BBC Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson drives the world’s smallest ‘car,’ if you can even call it that. The car/motorcycle hybrid of sorts leaves the driver’s arms exposed to the elements, and maybe one of the least safe forms of motor travel. Clarkson lives life on the edge, taking the scooter car all around London, even on the freeways. Read more on Slate


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