Gordon Ramsay Animated – R A W

Animator Zeeeko created “Where’s the Lamb Sauce?”, a hilarious animation of the very forthright celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay as he stormed about the kitchen in his distinctly vociferous manner. The soundtrack was created from an audio mashup of various episodes of Hell’s Kitchen. In February 2019, Zeeeko uploaded a second animation that captures more of Ramsay’s profanity-laced culinary tirades in the same manner.

What is KAVA? – This Drink is INSANE

If you’ve never heard of KAVA before, then prepare to get your mind blown… Kava is unbelievably popular across the Pacific Islands, especially right here on Pohnpei island in Micronesia. Kava is made from the roots of the kava plant, mixed with hibiscus plant and then squeezed out into a cup. Kava is one of the most interesting drinks.

B REAL host’s Joe Rogan on The Smokebox

On one of the newest additions of The Smokebox, B Real hosts the infamous Joe Rogan and gets him high as shit!! They also discuss being productive as stoners, the awesome benefits of CBD products and real life examples of its success with patients, how people should be more open minded about the use of cannabis + More.

Fireworks Shows Will Never Be The Same

Fireworks shows will never be the same if this catches on. This went down in Australia at the 2019 Avalon Airshow in Avalon, Australia. What takes place is a plane blasting lasers into the crowd, shooting fireworks from its wings like it’s firing the guns, and it all takes place to Sandstorm 2006 by Dream Chaser.

Inside Beastie Boys’ Mike D’s Malibu House

Beastie Boys Legend Mike D enlisted architect Barbara Bestor to devise a haven that celebrates the best of California living. “It’s good to see Mike go from punk artist to hip-hop artist, and then to eventually settle down into his role as a soccer mom.” -@oncenterline

Champagne Nightmare

We’ll have one glass of champagne and a whole case of unstoppable disaster, please. This guy just wants to go home and smoke a fat blunt & forget about this carnage. Champagne dreams…more like champagne nightmares.

Phone Scammer: Don’t Call The Former Head Of The FBI

In 2014, William got a call from a man who told him he’d won a grand prize, but he’d have to pay a tax up front to claim the money. Lynda also took a call from the scammer that got very heated: When she said she was onto him, he came back with threats, saying he knew where she lived and could set the house “ablaze” and kill her.

Private-Jet Air Rage

Before he boarded a JetSmarter flight in Las Vegas, Maurice Paola was a little-known DJ and music producer. Now, he’s a symbol of private-jet air rage and screening procedures at the flying service start-up.

Live PD: Ring of Marijuana Grow Houses

Officers raid a stash house believed to be linked to a ring of marijuana grow houses in the area in this clip from LivePD. They took way too long to breach that door. I’m sure they appreciated the police giving them time to flush all the coke.

Why Lean Became Rap’s Most Wanted Drug

Lean is often made by mixing prescription-strength codeine cough syrup with soda. The drink has become popularized in hip-hop culture over the last several years, with famous rappers drinking and featuring it in their music videos. Now the trend has spread to social media, making it even more popular among fans who are posting to emulate some of their favorite rap stars.

2018, in 5 minutes

The end of 2018 is almost upon us, and with that the creatives over at VOX have just shared a digestible five minute video looking back on the past 12 months. From some of the year’s most viral hits, such as the “Laurel vs. Yanny” debate and the “In My Feelings” dance craze, to the more tragic events, the video posted above focuses on the biggest headlines that drove 2018. Key moments also included are Prince William and Meghan Markle’s wedding, the shredding of Banksy’s Girl With a Balloon, Kim Jong Un meeting with President Donald Trump, Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica scandal, the Me Too movement, and France’s 2018 World Cup Win. A short in memoriam section paying tribute to Mac Miller, Stephen Hawking, Stan Lee, Anthony Bourdain, and more that we’ve lost has also been added.

 
 
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