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Epic Fail: The Worst Crossing Guard Ever!

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Justin Bieber & Questlove Have A Drum-Off On Jimmy Fallon

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Vine Comp Of The Week Part 129

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Actor Marcc Rose Says 2Pac Biopic Was Headed In The Direction Of The Aaliyah Bio

Marcc Rose took on the task of portraying one of the most iconic figures in Hip Hop history. The 23-year-old actor was tapped by director F. Gary Gray to play Tupac Shakur in the N.W.A biopic Straight Outta Compton, and Rose has also been working with John Singleton on a movie about Pac's life.

[ALSO READ: 'Straight Outta Compton' Sequel 'Dogg Pound 4 Life' Reportedly In The Works]

"It got put on hold. There were too many hands in the pot. Honestly, they were trying to push it in the direction of the Aaliyah biopic," Rose told Ebro In The Morning. "No diss to the Aaliyah biopic, but they didn't have the rights. The music wasn't in there. We're just trying to make sure [the 2Pac biopic] is done right. At that moment it wasn't. It was put on pause."

The Lifetime produced Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B was universally panned by professional critics, fans, and associates of the late R&B singer. With Pac's legacy being so heavily protected by his supporters, a similar outcome for a movie about the "Holla If Ya Hear Me" emcee would be devastating to his fan base.

Rose seems to understand the potential blow-back from creating a poorly received image of 2Pac. He was asked about feeling any pressure from acting as the legend in Straight Outta Compton.

"It was a lot of pressure to me, because of who Pac was. This is my first film. So I said if I'm coming out the gate, I got to make sure this is done right," expressed Rose. "I got to make sure how I portray him is realistic. I don't want it to be a character of Pac. I want his fans to be able to see him in me."

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Be the Talk of Your Labor Day Barbecue

So if you're interested in having everyone talk about you at your Labor Day barbecue, this could be the thing for you.

The video here is called "How to Skin a Watermelon."

Following the methods demonstrated, you'll be able to pull the outer shell - the green and white stuff - off a watermelon, leaving only the juicy red part.

There's a trick -  I mean, a legit trick - to it.

And the end result - a watermelon-shaped lump of juicy red part - looks a little creepy.

Creepy like if you took a picture in bad lighting, it could be the star of a horror movie.

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Yes, Sir, Yes, Sir, 40 Sweaters Worth

Chris, a six-year-old ram who was rescued in the Australian outback recently, had his fleece shorn for the first time ever this week.

When all was said and done, the shearing yielded about 42 kilos of fleece - that's almost 90 pounds.

That's enough wool to make about 40 sweaters.

When he was found, he was struggling under all that weight. The folks at the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals said his personality changed overnight.

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Keith Richards Slams Rap, Heavy Metal & the Beatles

Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards sat down for an interview recently with Rolling Stone, the magazine.

He was promoting his upcoming solo album, "Crosseyed Heart," which comes out on September 18.

But in the course of the interview, he had some pretty harsh things to say about rap music and heavy metal too.

Here are some excerpts, from Rolling Stone...

On rap: "What rap did that was impressive was to show there are so many tone-deaf people out there. All they need is a drum beat and somebody yelling over it and they're happy. There’s an enormous market for people who can't tell one note from another."

On heavy metal: "Millions are in love with Metallica and Black Sabbath. I just thought they were great jokes."

He even took a shot at the Beatles "Sgt. Peppers" album, calling it "a mishmash of rubbish..."

Here's the most amazing thing - that the interviewer was able to understand what he was saying. Keith is not known for giving the most intelligible interviews.

Check these top ten highlights from over the years...

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The Duck Army Wants You!

This is the most bizarre viral video ever.

Okay, maybe that's hyperbole, but it's had over 5 million hits since being posted on August 30.

It's so simple and so stupid. A guy found a crate in some sort of store filled with squeezable plastic ducks. He squeezed it, and as the air came back in, it made a predictable noise.

But then he pressed down on a bunch of the ducks, and the sound that happened is reminiscent of any action movie where a few guys get tossed off a cliff or the top of a skyscraper.

Bet you can't watch it just once.

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Will No One Do This Woman's Hair?

Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk who refuses to issue wedding licenses to gay couples, was jailed yesterday on contempt charges.

That's not funny.

But I'm sorry, this meme is hilarious.

Take a look - and tell me it didn't make you laugh.

I just had to make this because of Joshs' post lol #KimDavis

Posted by Jolene Gosha on Tuesday, September 1, 2015
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Who's a Happy (Training) Camper?

Yesterday, a federal judge vacated the four-game suspension that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell threw at New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in the now infamous Deflategate Case.

That means that Tom Terrific will be suited up and on the field next Thursday night in Foxboro for the season opener - and for the hanging of the team's latest Super Bowl banner.

As you might expect, the reaction is missed. Some folks are absolutely delighted. Others, not so much.

But here's one guy who's delirious with joy.

New England tight end Rob Gronkowski, who posted this picture to Instagram after the ruling was announced.

Let's go! This season about to be one heck of a ride!! #PatsNation

A photo posted by Rob Gronkowski (@gronkowskiofficial) on

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