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This tweet that actor/comdedia Chris Rock is really getting some people's panties in a bunch! The tweet:
First Paul walker now Nelson Mandela so sad were losing all our leaders .— Chris Rock (@chrisrock) December 6, 2013
There you go. Was he being a smart ass by saying "leaders" or was it a respect thing. Remember, he wasn't Nelson Mandela, but Paul Walker was quite the humanitarian!
He's a bandwagoner.
The future is here. How amazing is THIS?!
Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos is known for making big bets in the world of innovation, and on Sunday night on 60 Minutes he revealed what might be one of his biggest: product delivery by flying robot drones.
The service is called Amazon Prime Air and it's slated for rollout sometime in 2015, depending on FAA approval.
From Amazon: "We're excited to share Prime Air - something the team has been working on in our next generation R&D lab. The goal of this new delivery system is to get packages into customers' hands in 30 minutes or less using unmanned aerial vehicles. Putting Prime Air into commercial use will take some number of years as we advance technology and wait for the necessary FAA rules and regulations. This is footage from a recent test flight."
Christopher Maloney is a contestant on the UK X-Factor. He was so nervous for his audition that you never would have guessed that he was hiding an AMAZING voice. Check out his audition video!
From The X-Factor UK:
When Christopher took to the stage, he was shaking like a leaf and suffering from a serious case of stage-fright. Watch as the shy singer overcomes his nerves to give a show-stopping performance that'll induce more goosebumps than you can shake a stick at.
As part of the continuing series "On the Road," CBS News' Steve Hartman met the Olivet Eagles, a middle school football team who took a fledgling player under their wing and executed what may be the most successful play of all time.
A very touching video:
A little boy who dressed up as a tiger for Halloween got to visit a real live tiger at the Point Defiance Zoo in Tacoma, Washington. Two year old Marshall Shaffer's parents brought him to the zoo to hang out with Kali the Sumatran tiger cub — through a thick glass panel, of course. Check out their playdate:
Will Ferrell (as Ron Burgundy) sat in as an anchor on an actual newscast in North Dakota! We don't know how this happened, but the video is great!
This guy is brilliant. What do you do when you're single and you'd really like a girlfriend who resembles Scarlett Johansson? Forget online dating sites -- just put up a "Lost Girlfriend" flier, just like this guy did.
Black Friday shopping can be hazardous to your health. One woman apparently used a stun gun on another after an all-out brawl inside of the Franklin Mills Mall in Northeast Philadelphia. Witnesses made statements to the news:
"It started out, one couple was fighting with another couple. They had words, the guys got into a fight and then the girls." "One couple, they were like a family and all, with a young child in a stroller."
The video shows the two women punching each other and someone in the crowd yelling, "No, stop." After the two hit the ground, fighting, you can hear the crackle of what sounds like a stun gun and see fluorescent-colored sparks.
"One girl just brought out a taser," the 20-year-old said. At that point, several people run up and pry the two women apart.
"Then security came over and I kinda left, you know, I was thinking, 'God forbid if somebody has a gun or something,'"
Mall security confirmed that a fight did break out in the mall around 2:30 a.m. In a statement, mall general manager John Ahle said security acted quickly to take control of the situation.
"An isolated incident occurred in the early morning hours between two female shoppers, that was quickly stopped by our security team, and both women were escorted out of the mall. We are committed to the safety of our shoppers, retailers and employees and will not tolerate this unacceptable behavior."