Bill Murray proves time and time again why he's the freakin' man. Not long ago, he crashed a bachelor party and gave the best life advice ever given at any event ever, and just recently he decided to join Ashley Donald and Erik Rogers in their engagement photos.
I turn around and I see Mr. Murray standing there with his shirt pulled up and belly proudly on display which he is patting pretty loudly in an attempt to make the couple laugh – Needless to say I was stunned and I invited Mr. Murray to join the couple for a quick shot – He obliged and congratulated them and went on his way… leaving behind an extremely happy couple and this photo that will be forever remembered by this couple (and us!!!).
We can only guess that Murray told them that on their wedding day, they will receive total consciousness.
Disclaimer: Adult language and blood.
Western Kentucky University professor John All was conducting climate research in Nepal on Monday when he suddenly fell into a crevasse, breaking his arm, five ribs and dislocating his shoulder.
"It probably took me four or five hours to climb out. I kept moving sideways, slightly up, sideways, slightly up, until I found an area where there was enough hard snow that I could get an ax in and pull myself up and over," he told HLN's RightThisMinute.
"I knew that if I fell at any time in that entire four or five hours, I, of course, was going to fall all the way to the bottom of the crevasse. Any mistake, or any sort of rest or anything, I was going to die."
See the rest of his ordeal below:
What do you think happened when Bill Gates challenged the greatest chess player in the world to a match? He was embarrassingly defeated. Magnus Carlsen, 22, beat the founder of Microsoft in just over one minute of playing. Watch Carlsen's eyes as he continually stares at the chess board as though he has every move figured out almost before Gates even makes it.
Luca Iaconi-Stewart has dropped out of college to work on this beauty. That's how committed he is to the extreme detail of this Boeing 777 jet. He's been working on the 1:60 model made entirely out of manila folders for the past five years and expects to be finished with it in early 2014. When we say detailed, we really mean it! The model has working landing gear and even the opening doors are meticulously accurate to the original aircraft.