If you see something, snatch something. 

Black Lives Matter leader Muhiyidin d'Baha certainly did.

Observing a Confederate flag waving during a South Carolina Secessionist Party demonstration this week, d'Baha said "Nope" to that racist flag flying in public. So he did what any real American should, he took it down. 

That's the best anti-white supremacy video I've seen since that time Richard Spencer got punched in the face and cried.

Obviously, people love this. Who doesn't like seeing an outright symbol of hatred being torn down like this? And that jump. So sick. 

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Everyone enjoys a good roast, including the roasted. 

So these brave Redditors decided to take the slings and arrows of their compatriots and asked to be roasted. Apparently, you don't have to twist their arm. 

Here's 24 people who wanted a roasting and a roasting they got. 

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We're all in agreement that jetpacks are the best, so why wouldn't you want to drop $100,000 on one? 

This footage from YouTuber devinsupertramp will have you salivating for a ride on a jetpack, especially with this beautiful photography by Tyson Henderson and his RED camera. This thing can only fly for four minutes at a clip, but it's still pretty worth the 100 grand. 

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Catcalling, the despicable art of yelling at someone on the street — also known as "street harassment."  

Luckily, the day of reckoning is coming for catcallers because while catcallers have felt that people want their unsolicited comments, the catcalled are reaching a boiling point. 

Take for instance, this woman, who really isn't in the mood for this loser's calls, so she took it out on his car.

Yeah, it's good. More, please. 

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Was really trying to sum up the rollercoaster ride that is Mac Demarco partaking in the ever sadistic, albeit highly entertaining Hot Ones challenge, in that headline.

If you're not familiar with our Canadian-based guest of the hour, DeMarco picked up something of a cult following for the very fact he so blatantly lives against the grain as a chainsmoking, shitty-beer-guzzling countercultural, anti-indie (even though he'd fall on the vein of 'indie rock) singer-songwriter with a talent for penning angsty though relatable, psychedelic lyrics.

Lyrics that have a knack for inviting you to breathe in a bit deeper and out even easier, as you float through a day's menial tasks with calm complacency. Check out his most acclaimed album to date over here, if you're at all intrigued.

But anyways that's just his musical background. You could hate the young dude's music, and still enjoy his pridefully weird, bizarre antics, during this 'interview.'


Uber is great if you need a side gig, but how do you marry the two worlds?

One Uber driver figured it out, when he brought his work to work with him. 

Wow! What a hero. It's amazing that this ride-sharing company gives people the opportunity to follow their dreams and make a little money on the side. 


Not everyone was digging it though: 

But Uber drivers will not be stopped by the confines of their car. They must follow their dreams. For instance: 

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