Scariest Halloween Decoration Ever?

When you have 30 seconds, Google the phrase, “Terrifying Screaming Chair” . . . because it might be the scariest Halloween decoration EVER.  Apparently someone made it to scare trick-or-treaters, and it looks like an old woman sitting in a chair.

But then her head lifts up, she looks all crazy, starts SCREAMING . . . and a mechanical arm connected to her back makes it look like she FLIES straight at you!  We totally just peed our pants watching this.

The parrot said…que?!

A California man who’s pet parrot disappeared four years has been safely returned — he’s just back with a new sound!

According to his owner, Darren Chick, the parrot always spoke with a British accent. Now that he’s back home? He speaks Spanish! Read more about this awesome bird here!

-Tyler Jackson

The Most Popular Halloween Costumes for 2014

Google trends has revealed the top 10 costumes for Halloween this year.


1. Elsa (Frozen)

2. Olaf (Frozen)

3. Maleficent

4. Ninja Turtle (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)

5. Anna (Frozen)

6. Black Widow (The Avengers)

7. Captain America (The Avengers)

8. Groot (Guardians of the Galaxy)

9. Dog Spider

10. Assassin’s Creed

The Most Popular Food in America is…

A new survey just found America’s 50 favorite foods . . . and while a lot of them make sense, there are some definite upsets.  Like . . . apples only finished 46th while halibut was 42nd.  And rice pudding came in 50th, but cake didn’t make the list.



The top 10 most popular foods in America are . . .



1.  Steak


2.  Chicken


3.  Pizza


4.  Waffles


5.  Beef


6.  Mozzarella cheese


7.  Bacon


8.  Corned beef


9.  Avocado


10.  Pasta



Here’s the rest of the top 50 . . .



11.  Pineapple


12.  Peanut butter


13.  Hamburgers


14.  Sushi


15.  Pancakes


16.  Noodles


17.  Chocolate


18.  Blueberries


19.  Salmon


20.  Bananas


21.  Ice cream


22.  Ham


23.  Oysters


24.  Mashed potatoes


25.  Soup


26.  Asparagus


27.  Sweet potatoes


28.  Donuts


29.  Turkey


30.  Candy


31.  Grapes


32.  Popcorn


33.  Cashews


34.  Eggs


35.  Watermelon


36.  Tuna


37.  Cheddar cheese


38.  Shrimp


39.  Strawberries


40.  Artichokes


41.  Asparagus (yes, they screwed up and included it twice)


42.  Halibut


43.  Almonds


44.  Mango


45.  Meatballs


46.  Apples


47.  Lamb


48.  Corn


49.  Mushrooms


50.  Rice pudding


Royals players play catch with young Orioles fans

Mother Nature may have intervened and made us do without playoff baseball tonight, but the Royals remain one of the hottest stories. Win your first six playoff games after not being in the playoffs for nearly three decades and that will happen.

But tonight, a different kind of feel good story is circulating. And even if you’re not a Royals fan…or even a fan of baseball…this one will make it hard for you to not pull for them when their American League Championship Series resumes under dryer skies on Tuesday.

Before games one and two, both played in Baltimore, some of the Royals players engaged in a little game of catch. With Orioles fans. Young Orioles fans.

38 year old reliever Scott Downs started it. He, along with several other Royals, was catching fly balls during batting practice. Some kids, in full Oriole garb, started asking for baseballs…and Downs and his mates were happy to oblige. “It’s just fun the reactions of some of the kids,” Downs said. “Because you give them a ball and you tell them to throw it back and they’re like: ‘What? We don’t want to throw it back.’

A fan posted the story on Reddit, and the story has now gone viral.

This Day In History – October 13


The Silver Fox, Charlie Rich, set fire to the envelope when John Denver won Entertainer of the Year at the ninth annual CMA Awards.

This was the greatest thing to ever happen at an awards show ever!


The first mobile phone service for public use opened up in the United States!

Ameritech Mobile Communications, LLC. prodivded the first cellular mobile phone service to the general public in Chicago. Zach Morris rejoice!


Walt Disney World Resort admitted its 500-millionth guest.

These days it’s arround a billion!


British fighter pilot Andy Green set a new land speed record of 764.168 mph!

Cruising the Thrust Supersonic vehicle, Green got this bad boy to go through the sound barrier along a one-mile course in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert

and then lastly…


Gary Allan earned his first gold album for Smoke Rings in the Dark!

Great album! I love the title track!

-Tyler Jackson

Adorable Proposal Alert!

Arizona Cardinals cheerleader Claire Thorton was performing for fans when, during her routine, her boyfriend Air Force Capt Erick Straub walked over, got down on one knee and whipped out a diamond ring and proposed.  OF COURSE She said yes!


Claire, a 1st grade teacher, then resumed cheering ahead of the Redskins game.

Read more here!!

Teacher quits job to become what?!

A Florida school teacher by the name of Jessica Vanessa has quit her job — to become a professional twerker! Apparently, she must be the real deal. Thanks to Miley Cyrus, twerking has become not only a hot dance move, but also a hot buzz word as well. Now, it’s also a career word! Ms. Vanessa has over 2 million followers online, and advertisers are paying her six-figures to advertise their stuff. What do you think? Is this professional material?

-Tyler Jackson

Snapchatters Beware!


More than 100,000 images and videos sent using Snapchat have been leaked by hackers who have been collecting the images for years!  (!!!)

Since Snapchat is extremely popular with the 13-17 year-olds, some of the photos are considered child pornography.

Snapchat is the messaging service that allows people to send pictures and video which disappear after a few seconds.

It turns out, a third-party Snapchat client app has been collecting every photo and video file sent through the message site for years, giving hackers access to a 13GB private library.

Apparently, was the third party app that could be to blame.

Snapchat says: ‘We can confirm that Snapchat’s servers were never breached and were not the source of these leaks. Snapchatters were victimized by their use of third-party apps to send and receive Snaps, a practice that we expressly prohibit in our Terms of Use precisely because they compromise our users’ security.’


Read more here!