After blowing the whistle on the early season replacement refs, Jesse from The NOC feels your Fantasy Football pain with this week nine ballad.
Powered by the wings of athletes such as golfer Rickie Fowler, trials cyclist Danny MacAskill, and Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones, Red Bull tries to one up their Human-Powered Rube Goldberg Machine by mixing together complex machinery and world-class competitors.
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For those of us who weren't in the Netherlands for the first Sunday in September, here's an hour-long look at the stunning visuals from this year's Bloemencorso Flower Parade. The 76-year-old Dutch tradition is a feast for the eyes, featuring an array of elaborate sculptures made from thousands of dahlias that tower through the streets of Zundert.
MTV's Head of Programming Michael Destiny (or sketch comedian Brian Firenzi) gets brutally honest when answering the age-old question, "Why doesn't MTV play music videos anymore?" Now, go lick your wounds and watch Snookie get drunk and trip over her little meatball feet. It'll make you feel superior.