[video] Red Neck Road Rage Almost Leads to Deadly Crash

Just wait it out, it definitely is worth it. The woman who posted the drops some info as to what has transpired ever since she posted the video.

via Florida Driver

To those internet trolls who have nothing better to do with their day than go all over the interwebs and spread hate… do me a favor? Look up some Bob Marley music on YouTube, because you could use a little enlightenment and a better mood. Today has been interesting to say the least. I’ve done more talking in the past two days than I’ve done in my collective life it seems. It’s been scary at times, and shocking. I never intended for this to go this viral. I’m a very private person and enjoy my peace and quiet with my dog, my fish, and my ukulele. I’ve never shaken so much from nerves and honestly I’m not sleeping well over this… partly because Good Morning America woke me up at 6 this morning wanting permission to use my video on their show. Apparently this has made all of the media rounds. The Today Show, GMA, Jimmy Kimmel, and it’s blown up worldwide. But hey, if Jimmy Fallon wants a personal interview… I’ll be there! Continue reading

[video] Evolution Of Mom Dancing (starring Michelle Obama & Jimmy Fallon)

Michelle Obama and Jimmy Fallon (dressed up like a suburban mom) get up and dance to encourage parents to move with their kids in her promotion of her “Let’s Move” campaign. By the way Jimmy Fallon, as duly noted by the commenters on youtube,looks like Tina Fey. Lastly, Michelle hits her ‘Dougie’ hard in clip though it is still a work in progress. Coolest First Lady by a million miles.

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The Roots To Play 3 Month Residency In NY

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via XXL

Just as The Roots will begin their gig as house band for Jimmy Fallon when he takes over “Late Night With Conan O’Brien” on NBC, the band will be playing a residency at the Highline Ballroom in New York City, beginning on March 5.

“The Roots Presents: The Jam” will run through the end of June, covering a total of 12 shows, as confirmed thus far by Pitchfork Media. The stint will be the group’s last live shows for the foreseeable future as a result of their decision to retire from touring in the wake of their new TV duties.

?uestlove will also host a weekly DJ night, entitled “the FANtastic,” every Thursday at Le Poisson Rouge in NYC, starting March 26 and lasting 10 weeks.

The drummer also revealed the title of the band’s next album will be How I Got Over through his Twitter account, qoolquest.