For the past few weeks, Sports Illustrated has been sharing some bomb-ass videos on their Instagram page. And they just dropped their most scorching bikini bomb yet, courtesy of this previously unseen video from Kate Upton’s SI Swimsuit Issue shoot.
On one hand, flight attendant is probably kind of a thankless job. Sure, you get to travel and meet new people, but the pay isn’t great and passengers can be terrible. On the other hand, long hours and low pay don’t excuse what happened on American Airlines flight AA591 from San Francisco to Dallas.
The video above was posted on Facebook by passenger Surain Adyanthaya on Friday, April 21st. In the caption, Adyanthaya writes that the “AA Flight attendant violently took a stroller from a lady with her baby on my flight, hitting her and just missing the baby.” Then, as if to double-down on making things even worse for airlines in general after United already did a bang-up job, the flight attendant “tried to fight a passenger who stood up for her.”
The back story, according to Fox affiliate Q13, is that the woman, an international traveler from Argentina, boarded with the stroller and then resisted the attendant’s efforts to remove her stroller. The recorded conflict ensued. Another passenger told the TV station that the woman knew “not to bring the stroller on a plane, she refused to let it go… she was shouting, so she is also at fault in my opinion.”
American Airlines, to its credit, responded strongly to the video, reports Time. The company said in a statement that they have “have already started an investigation to obtain the facts.”
“What we see on this video does not reflect our values or how we care for our customers,” the statement read, “We are deeply sorry for the pain we have caused this passenger and her family and to any other customers affected by the incident. We are making sure all of her family’s needs are being met while she is in our care. After electing to take another flight, we are taking special care of her and her family and upgrading them to first class for the remainder of their international trip.”
As for the behavior of the flight attendant, the air carrier stated that the “actions of our team member captured here do not appear to reflect patience or empathy, two values necessary for customer care. In short, we are disappointed by these actions. The American team member has been removed from duty while we immediately investigate this incident.”
United Airlines apologized for the violent removal of Dr. David Dao from one of its flights earlier in April, and Chicago law enforcement who participated in his extraction were suspended. Dao, however, is still likely to sue—just as anyone might.
We still don’t know what anyone from this American altercation might do, but based on the video, you couldn’t blame them for thinking lawsuit, either.
If you haven’t heard of Wheeler Walker Jr., then you should know he doesn’t give two shits about anything other than writing and performing totally uncensored country music.
And as you’ll see in the video above for “Puss in Boots,” the latest release from his forthcoming album, this is anything but the cliche-ridden “bro country” you’ll hear Florida Georgia Line belting on pop radio.
Wheeler croons about how he likes his women—topless, in boots, and doing a honky-tonk dance. Who doesn’t like that?
He first album, Redneck Shit, debuted at Number 9 on the Billboard Charts last year despite having no support from a record company.
If you dig his unapologetic lyrics and solid country jams to their roots, then we highly recommend picking up Redneck Shit to get acquainted with Wheeler before his sophomore effort, Ol’ Wheeler, drops June 2.
When we heard that Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, creators of Rick and Morty, were embarking on a journey into the world of virtual reality, our minds ran wild with possibilities of how they would translate the fantastic and hilarious sci-fi world of the show into one fans could experience first-hand.
Just in time for 4/20, (these guys get their audience) we’re getting served up our first opportunity to go face-to-face with the smartest man in the multiverse and his grandson sidekick…and it’s glorious.
Working off a premise that’s similar to an “escape the room” scenario, Virtual Rick-ality opens with the explanation (by Rick, who is standing right in front of you) that you are an utterly disposable clone of Morty, created for the sole purpose of doing shitty chores around the garage lab while Rick, Morty and Summer abandon you to have the adventures we’ve all watched in the show.
That starts with the devastatingly mundane act of doing a load of laundry while Rick and Morty both criticize you for being slow and dumb but quickly ramps up so you’re using Rick’s signature portals and handling dark matter in no time.
The game is made up of nine chores, each one more intricate than the last, each one building on the skills you’re learning and your growing familiarity with the ins and outs of Rick’s garage laboratory. Rick himself dictates your objective but leaves you with very little instruction.
There are cues and cleverly hidden hints scattered everywhere, many of which we overlooked because we were initially spellbound by the fact that we were standing in Rick’s world. Eventually, though, we were flying through the tasks before us, feeling good about our progress and silencing Morty’s groans about our snail’s pace.
Virtual Rick-ality is, first and foremost, an ode to Harmon and Roiland’s fervent fanbase. No video game has delivered as up-close-and-personal and experience with the characters you love like this. Virtual Rick-ality is also brimming with easter eggs from the show.
There are cameos from Mr. Poopy-Butthole, there are interactions with Mr. Meeseeks (spoiler: you don’t get to fuck him), there are even hidden messages from the creators themselves if you know where to look and it all comes together to create an environment that’s as fun to explore as it is to play through.
That said, even without the Rick and Morty theme, what’s left here is one of the best and most robust escape-the-room games we’ve seen in VR so far. These challenges are fun, complex and ultimately rewarding once you solve the puzzles presented.
Maybe not as rewarding as it’ll be when season three of the show properly debuts this summer but pretty damn rewarding nonetheless.
Not only can the social media-savvy supermodel make her breasts talk, but they star in her latest hilarious video as she struggles mightily to zip up a skintight jumpsuit. Check it out above, you’ll see what we mean.
She tries and tries, but they just won’t budge. Ultimately, the impressively endowed beauty is forced to surrender to the laws of physics. Side note: John Legend, you are one lucky dude.
TMZ, being the diligent journalists that they are, followed up with Chrissy to ask her advice about squeezing into a jumpsuit, to which she responded, “Well, I’m not very good at it.”
Hey, nobody’s perfect! Speaking of busting out, peep these other videos of Teigen looking amazing on the beach. You’re welcome.
And of course, she keeps the fire burning on her always incredible Instagram feed. Here are some of our favorites:
Two players on the Middle Tennessee State University football team have been suspended after one of them shot a video of the other smacking around a helpless puppy.
The disturbing clip, which was uploaded to Snapchat, shows linebacker Shalom Alvarez yanking the dog out from under a bed and hitting it. Defensive lineman Justin Akins was behind the camera. He also put it online with the caption, “[Expletive] said you don’t pay rent.”
Nothing better than yuking it up about animal cruelty on social media.
Though Akins only uploaded the video to SnapChat, an eagle-eyed viewer captured the clip after watching it horror. Oops.
Now police have launched an investigation. A local news report includes a grainy version of the video, which we’ve turned into a GIF below.
Rick Stockstill, head coach for the Blue Raiders, gave WSMV Channel 4 a statement about the video. He said the players told him that they were just trying to punish the puppy for peeing inside.
This isn’t animal abuse, they say, it’s house training.
They’re wrong, of course. They may think they’re teaching this puppy to pee outside, but all they’re teaching it is to fear them. Dogs learn to pee in the grass by being taken outside to pee in the grass, not by getting concussions.
So far, the players haven’t been charged or kicked off the team, but as the investigation progresses that could change. And if it doesn’t, expect to hear from our friends at PETA..