For those of you who don’t know, every weekend we come to you with 25 of the week’s best links, articles, images, and videos from all over the web. The last week has certainly not been a disappointment with everything from Chris Pratt Dinosaurs Prank to a graduation flash mob. So get ready to kick off the weekend because this is Link25 (145) – The Graduation Flash Mob Edition.
Last Updated on
Brian Williams gives first interview since suspension: “This was clearly ego-driven”
On Friday morning, the “Today Show” aired portions of a two-day long interview between Matt Lauer and Brian Williams, the former “NBC Nightly News” anchor who was suspended for six months after it was revealed that he fabricated a (click the title to read the full articl)
Man stands in the path of the Queens Guards march and pays for it
Watch Jon Stewart’s Passionate Commentary On The Charleston Shootings From ‘The Daily Show’
The violence in Charleston, South Carolina sparked plenty of responses and stirred feelings that are too familiar in recent years. The racial implications alone are depressing in 2015, but the violence involved is almost too much to bear. That’s where Jon Stewart ended up here in his final stretch hosting The Daily Show. Instead of a normal show with (Click to read the full article)
Portsmouth High School Class of 2015 Graduation Flash Mob (Full): "Shake It Off" by Taylor Swift
What Does Marijuana Do to Your Lungs?
It’s sometimes said that the most dangerous thing about marijuana is getting caught with it. And as an ever-increasing number of Americans comes around to the benefits of (at least) decriminalizing the drug, that sentiment rings truer and truer.
Decriminalization would likely have robust effects on the criminal justice system, state economies, and business owners, among other things. But for a drug so heavily associated with (click the title to read the full article)
Honest Trailers - Toy Story (feat. Will Sasso)
Cuteness overload in 3.2.1.
A Land Without Guns: How Japan Has Virtually Eliminated Shooting Deaths
I’ve heard it said that, if you take a walk around Waikiki, it’s only a matter of time until someone hands you a flyer of scantily clad women clutching handguns, overlaid with English and maybe Japanese text advertising one of the many local shooting ranges. The city’s largest, the Royal Hawaiian Shooting Club, advertises instructors fluent in Japanese, which is also the default language of its website. For years, this peculiar Hawaiian industry has (click the title to read the full article)
Chris Pratt Dinosaurs Prank (SA Wardega)
To Lose Weight, Eating Less Is Far More Important Than Exercising More
One of my family’s favorite shows is “The Biggest Loser.” Although some viewers don’t appreciate how it pushes people so hard to lose weight, the show probably inspires some overweight people to regain control of their lives.
But one of the most frustrating parts of the show, at least for me, is its overwhelming emphasis on exercise. Because when it comes to reaching a healthy weight, (click on the title to read the full article)
The fabulous life of Mark Zuckerberg
More than 1.4 billion people around the world use Facebook today, thanks to founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Connecting that many people — and, of course, selling them ads — has made Zuckerberg and his company quite a bit of cash.
The Harvard dropout’s current net worth is about (click to the title to read the full article)
Stanford study finds walking improves creativity
Steve Jobs, the late co-founder of Apple, was known for his walking meetings. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has also been seen holding meetings on foot. And perhaps you’ve paced back and forth on occasion to drum up ideas.
A new study by Stanford researchers provides an explanation for this.
Creative thinking improves while a person is walking and shortly thereafter, according to (Click the title to read the full article).
Tyler Fernengel BMX Session: Silverdome
10 awful comments about the Charleston shooting—and one that's painfully true
The way some people react on Twitter to acts of tragic violence has become eerily predictable. Practically everyone had a take on Wednesday night’s deadly Charleston church shooting, and the sentiments they expressed on (click the title to read the full article).