This guy pulled off the impossible.
This talkative cat does not want to go to the vet. He is in his carrier heading to the vet and when the owner says they are going to the vet, the cat replies "I Don't Wanna."
The star of that viral "Bohemian Rhapsody" police video is an unemployed Canadian man who first uploaded the clip to his YouTube page after receiving it from prosecutors when he opted to defend himself on a drunk driving charge.
After getting busted last November in Edson, Alberta, Robert Wilkinson, 29, was placed in the back of a Royal Canadian Mounted Police cruiser, where he launched into an a capella version of the Queen classic (complete with musical interludes).
In a TSG interview, Wilkinson said that he had uploaded the tape earlier this month for the amusement of friends. Wilkinson, who was unaware that the police video (see below) had gone viral, said that he is a karaoke singer who has performed all 113 Beatles songs available on karaoke machines. Asked how he was able to recall almost all the "Bohemian Rhapsody" lyrics, Wilkinson sought to display his memory by rattling off a long string of digits in Pi.
Before launching into "Bohemian Rhapsody," Wilkinson, who was not handcuffed, lectured a RCMP officer, claiming that he was not intoxicated. "You’re actually an ignorant fucking cunt. So fuck you buddy," Wilkinson told the cop, who had earlier pulled over his truck.
An RCMP spokesperson told TSG that the police footage was provided to Wilkinson in the course of discovery in his criminal case, which is pending. In a February Facebook post, Wilkinson reported that he was "seeking council for an impaired driving" charge, adding, "Got the DVD." Wilkinson told TSG that he was convicted of mischief when he was 18, but that the charge was later expunged from his record.
In late-January, Wilkinson posted a Facebook photo showing the exterior of the Provincial Court of Alberta, along with the comment, "I only have like $1000. I am in trouble with police." A home brewer, Wilkinson noted in a post last month that he was "solving the worlds problems, one beer at a time."
Wilkinson's YouTube page includes a video chronicling his 2004 dismissal from the Vancouver Film School, as well as clips showing him twice getting punched in the face by a friend.
New video of Eric Holder from 1995 has surfaced, and it may put "Fast and Furious" in a much broader perspective.
Recorded on CSPAN2, the clip shows current Attorney General Eric Holder laying out a strategy to "change the hearts and minds of the people in Washington, DC" in how they look at guns.
"What we need to do is change the way in which people think about guns, especially young people, and make it something that’s not cool, that it’s not acceptable, it’s not hip to carry a gun anymore, in the way in which we changed our attitudes about cigarettes."
Though it’s no surprise that Eric Holder is anti-gun, critics are saying that his proposed initiatives go too far. Among other things, Holder suggested that there be some form of hotline you could call if see a gun, or have any "information" about one.
He also said that the school board should have some form of anti-violence or anti-gun messageevery day. "Every day, every school, at every level," he stated.
Last, Holder admitted that his proposal is "brainwashing."
"We have to be repetitive about this," he said. "We need to do this every day of the week, and just really brainwash people into thinking about guns in a vastly different way."
A WIFE told yesterday how she became the world's youngest gran — at just 23.
Mum-of-two Rifca Stanescu was 12 when she had her first child Maria.
She urged the girl not to follow her example — but Maria gave birth to son Ion while only 11.
Rifca had married jewellery seller Ionel Stanescu when she was 11 and he was 13.
They eloped because Rifca feared her father wanted her to marry another village lad in Investi, Romania. She was forgiven when she had her daughter — making her mum, also Maria, a great-gran at 40.
Son Nicolae was born a year later. The young mum later tried to persuade Maria to stay at school.
But Maria left to wed when she was ten — and had her baby six months later.
Rifca cuddled grandson Ion, now two, and said: "I am happy to be a grandmother but wished more for Maria."
Britain's youngest gran was an unnamed 26-year-old from Rotherham, Yorks. Her daughter, 12, gave birth in 1999.
Twenty-six years later, it's time for Ferris Bueller to take another day off.
In what's quickly becoming the most talked-out Super Bowl commercial of the year – a week before it even airs – Matthew Broderick will bring back his old Ferris Bueller character in a new ad for Honda this Sunday night during the NBC telecast.
Auto blog Jalopnik reveald the source of a teaser ad last Friday. So, Honda decided to release the extended version of the commercial online on Monday – and it's a two-minute-plus homage to Ferris Bueller's Day Off, the original 1986 film, with Broderick this time calling in sick to a film shoot and enjoying another day of slacking instead.
Sadly, there's no Charlie Sheen or Jennifer Grey. (Even sadder, there's no Alan Ruck.) But Honda says there are more than two dozen references to the movie throughout the commercial. How many can you spot?