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This bombshell wearing just black lace, a pearl necklace and a white dog is Tammy Banovac, a retired surgeon in a wheelchair. She got down to her lingerie while going through airport security and still got a pat down. Twice.
Cinematographers for GE captured airplanes landing in a precisely orchestrated order using the company's new Required Navigation Performance (RNP) system and combined them in one shot. It's like watching the game Flight Control in real life, but with more accuracy.
This is what happens when a 25-man Alliance raiding party sacks their own capital city - with rock. They may not have started the fire, but they have created one of the most beautiful videos I've ever seen.
Watch as a group named "Team Black Sheep" takes you on an aerial video tour of Lower Manhattan shot from a remote control plane. Quick, someone alert Homeland Security!
While most of the country was being treated to a meaningless Notre Dame-USC game, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State had themselves a barn burner. Unseen by most of the country? This gem: a tag-team interception by State's Broderick Brown and Shaun Lewis.
A Florida Corvette driver and his 12-year-old son spent part of Thanksgiving with police after forgetting their beat-down of an 83-year-old man in a Target parking lot might be caught on video.
CNN cameras were permitted to attend Palin's book signing in Iowa yesterday, but her flack played incredibly loud music to deter any questions. However, when the music unexpectedly stopped, the reporter gave it a shot anyway. This is what happened.
Talent show time! Not only did this Loyola Marymount student build an instrument from scratch, he then plays everything from The Office theme to Madonna to Mozart on it. The instrument he made. From scratch. It's amazing.
I would be surprised by the impressive quality of this video-recorded with a simple GoPro HD-if I weren't looking at the screen like an imbecile, wondering why the hell I'm not trying to fly like him.
I'd like to say that no one was harmed in the making of this video, but when you go through so many car-on-car, car-on-bike, and bike-on-bike collisions in such a short amount of time, well, that's just being unrealistic.
Behold the Kings Firecrackers, a jump-roping squad of teen (and pre-teen) girls from Ohio-who may get a movie deal! Here, the girls perform an astonishing eight-minute routine during a halftime show at the US Naval Academy. Watch inside.
Meet 12-year-old Natalie. If you don't want to meet Natalie at 12, how about at 10? Or four? Or 18 months? Or birth? Because you can, by watching this time-lapse featuring one photo of her a day for 10 years.
According to this La Senza ad, nothing says Christmas like ligerie-clad ladies moaning "ancient yuletide carols" while writhing on a bed. We hadn't realized that cup sizes are lettered just like musical notes! (Probably because they aren't.)
There's something magical about this video. I think it's because of the slow pace in which the giant computer-controlled arm carefully places layer after layer of gooey plastic to create furniture. It's like an endless cream sandwich. It makes me hungry.
Here's a two-and-a-half minute video of a hot girl in a bikini at some sort of pool party. Oh, also: she appears to be on a couple of party drugs, and holds an impromptu dance party of one. Watch inside.