Five minutes of the most hilarious ‘workers fail’ clips of 2013

Everyone has a bad day at work every once in a while. Somehow watching footage of these “work fails” is actually humorous, or at least jaw-dropping.

What’s better than a good “worker fail” video? How about more than five minutes’ worth of clips making up the “ultimate workers fail compilation 2013.”

It’s full of runaway trucks, destruction, unfortunate injuries, stupidity, screaming and basically a lot of situations that will have you asking (as one person in the video did) “are you out of your mind?” Or, to put it another way, think a lot of Steve Urkel “Did I do that?” moments.

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Funny viral video: How to fight a baby

Gavin McInnes is a conservative journalist who often appears on Fox News comedy news program, Red Eye. His humorous video aimed at teaching viewers “how to fight a baby” has gone incredibly viral since it was initially posted online late last month.

“A lot of you out there are scared of babies. You don’t know what to do. Oh my God, they’re intimidating. I’m so scared. I don’t know how to handle it,” Gavin McInnes said at the start of the video.

“They are easy peasy to handle,” he continued. “I’m going to show you how.”

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Kanye: Obama not as connected as Jews

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American pop rapper and frequent foot-in-mouther Kanye West was recorded recently defending US President Barack Obama by saying he doesn’t have the same kinds of connections Jews have.

The rapper is no stranger to controversy, though he has mostly steered clear of offending Jews, instead saving much of his folksy vitriol for former presidents and country singers.

In 2005, West came under fire for telling a national audience that then-president Bush “doesn’t care about black people.” Four years later, he once again garnered controversy by hopping onstage at the MTV Video Music Awards to interrupt a Taylor Swift acceptance speech.

West’s comments put him in esteemed company with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, David Duke and Miley Cyrus, who recently told an interviewer that pop culture was driven by out-of-touch 70-year-old Jewish men who sit behind desks all day.

Members of the tribe, however, can take solace in the fact that two upstanding Jewish American actors, Seth Rogan and James Franco, recently won over the Internet by parodying a video of Kanye and his baby mama Kim Kardashian.

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Jimmy Kimmel enlists elementary school kids to present ‘the first Hanukkah Thanksgiving’

2013 is a special year. The first full day of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving are celebrated on the same day. This has not happened since 1888 and it won’t happen again for more than 79,000 years.

ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live took advantage of this very rare calendar confluence to speculate on what the first Hanukkah Thanksgiving might have looked like. Using a group of school children from Shepard Hill Elementary, Kimmel’s crew offered the “one and only” performance of “The First Hanukkah Thanksgiving.”

Watch the entire segment here:

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First night of Hanukkah: Adam Sandler’s “Hanukkah song”

This is my favorite Hanukkah song. Happy Hanukkah to all our readers worldwide!

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“Hannukah Begins Tonight; Celebrations Commence Worldwide,” IsraelNationalNews, November 27:

Hannukah has begun in Israel, as most of the Jewish people across the globe prepare to light the first candle Wednesday night.

Also known as the Festival of Light, the holiday commemorates the defeat of the Greek army by the Maccabees, a small group of Jews who were dedicated to preserving Jewish religion and autonomy in the Land of Israel, and the rededication of the Temple after it had been defiled by the Greeks.

According to the Talmud, one small flask of pure oil was enough to provide light for eight days, the time it took Temple priests to purify more oil for use in the Menorah in the war’s aftermath.

Every night, Jews add one more candle to the hannukiah, a lamp that symbolizes the Temple’s Menorah. The ritual serves as a reminder of the importance of maintaining Jewish sovreignty, spirit, and tradition, among other things.

Special prayers are also added to the daily services. Traditional foods during the holiday include latkes, potato pancakes, and sufganiyot, jelly doughnuts – oily food in honor of the oil of the Temple. Milk products are also sometimes served, in commemoration of the story of Judith, who assassinated the Greek commander after inducing him to sleep by serving him wine and milk – helping the Maccabees to a Jewish victory.

Children also play the game of sevivon, or dreidel in Yiddish, which involves a spinning top labelled with Hebrew letters nun, gimmel, heh, and shin, standing for the words Nes Gadol Hayah Po (lit. “a great miracle happened there”). In Israel, the shin is exchanged for a peh – and the letters stand for the words Nes Gadol Hayah Po (lit. “a great miracle happened here”).

According to one tradition, the dreidel served as a distraction when hostile authorities inspected Jewish homes to uphold decrees preventing Torah study. Once the officials left, these authorities say, the Jews were free to continue their learning.

Click here for full article and many Hanukkah-related pictures.

Meet the iMom: Jimmy Kimmel introduces Apple’s newest product

ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel had mocking words Tuesday night for a potty training device called the iPotty. But the iPotty wasn’t the real target of Kimmel’s comedic darts: he was more focused on America’s growing addiction to computer devices and how they seem to be infiltrating almost every part of our lives.


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See more of Kimmel’s clever videos.

Saudi Arabia: No Woman, No Drive

This is a very funny parody of Saudi Arabia’s view on women.

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The video has received 8.9 million views in 6 days. Enjoy:

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Debt limit – A guide to American Federal debt made easy

This is hilarious and should be shown to everyone who either doesn’t understand America’s current financial situation, or someone who thinks raising the debt ceiling is a good idea.

It is almost two years old, but the revenue vs spending pattern has stayed the same. The only figure that has changed is the total debt which a couple of days ago passed $17 trillion.

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‘Wonderful World of Stu’ crew destroys Michael Moore on Canadian health system

Back in September, director and liberal crusader Michael Moore tweeted the following ahead of the series finale of the hit show “Breaking Bad”:

breaking-bad-canadaMoore contended that the Canadian national health care system would have saved protagonist Walter White from having to cook methamphetamine to secure his family’s financial future as he battled terminal cancer.

That sounded like a challenge to TheBlaze’s Stu Burguiere.

Armed with facts and stats (and wearing a ridiculous-looking “Breaking Bad”-inspired outfit) The Wonderful World of Stu crew explained just how wrong Moore was.

Watch a clip from last week’s episode of The Wonderful World of Stu: