Left Unattended: Ice-T on Acting, Video Games and the State of Hip-Hop
D-Stroy schools us on Hollywood and rappers. Then he hangs with Ice-T at his crib.
D-Stroy breaks down rappers who have successful acting careers (Queen Latifah and Ice Cube, anyone?) and those who do not (Word to DMX.)
Then he spends quality time with legendary rapper, actor and entrepreneur Ice-T. The rapper opens up on why he was terrified about acting and has a beef with...Xbox One. He also tells D-Stroy why he took a long break from making music. Have no fear though, the rapper warns there will be blood on June 10 because he's finally dropping a new album called Manslaughter with his band, Body Count.
Times are tough, even for Santa. Gone are the days when kids asked for traditional toys. These days kids want MacBooks and GoPros. Santa has no choice but to turn to Kickstarter to raise funds. And he'll do anything, and we mean ANYTHING to save his workshop. If you have faith in Santa, help him survive this Christmas — even if it means receiving a lifetime supply of marbles.
Trying on clothes is hard enough, so imagine being having to also deal with a gigantic rat in a store's dressing room! It goes down in this clip from Brazilian variety show "Programa Silvio Santo." The show decided to scare customers with a remote-controlled rat running into a dressing room. It's horrifying yet hilarious. How Brazil gets away with these pranks is beyond me.
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We got together some gringos with varying levels of Spanish illiteracy and made them say words as simple as "perro" and as difficult as "acercarse." The results are equally hilarious. Gotta love the frank quote at the beginning: "Those posters on the subway that says 'desportes,' I thought they were about being deported." Uh, "deportes" means "sports."
And from there on out, Spanish is destroyed thoroughly. Instant classic.
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By Danny Vega
Walk into a Japanese store and try to buy yourself one of their orange balls near the cash register. You'll be greeted by a mix of rejection and suspicion. These water balloon like balls filled with florescent paint aren't just for decoration, they have a very practical use: highlighting baddies AKA robbers, violent people, or anyone who deserves the attention of law enforcement.
Don't miss the hilarious goof at 0:39, which will also give you an idea of just how much highlighting power these balls carry, Yep, that is some bright paint.
So if you wanna know how they prevent robberies in Japan, well, it takes balls.
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Christmas is fast approaching. So what should you get for your Latino friend, colleague or BF/GF? Anything but the 13 items below.
Cowritten by Mario Aguilar and Joanna Hausmann.
'Tis the season to get sick! So what's the best way to get well? Use a Latino remedy. In this episode of "Latino Field Studies" our narrator will explore all sorts of Latino remedies. Vicks VapoRub included because it cures EVERYTHING.
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One of the best parts of Christmas is coming home to a well-decorated piece of the forest, aka a Christmas tree. This holiday season, don't get caught having a tree adorned with the typical candy canes and snowflakes. Up your game (and pride) with these 13 must-have Latino ornaments.