Comicpalooza 2013 went down last weekend at the Convention center in downtown Houston. There was tons to do and see, but one thing we missed and wish we hadn't was the great Patrick Stewart. Not only a great actor, but a great human being. Watch as he discusses his work to fight domestic violence.
While having relations while driving might sound like a fantastic idea, here's the reality....
An Albuquerque man is in jail after a bizarre chain of events on a busy street.
Witnesses say it started with 25-year-old Luis Briones behind the wheel, with a woman on his lap apparently having sex.
They say he ran a red light at 2600 Pennsylvania northeast and crashed, throwing the naked woman from the car.
Fortunately, the woman survived and Briones was apprehended by police and charged with leaving the scene of an accident (and yes leaving his naked partner in the road,) reckless driving, aggravated DWI and having an open container (of vodka).
Hard to not get choked up watching this.
Jeff Bauman, six weeks after losing both his legs in the Boston Marathon bombings, was wheeled onto the Fenway Park infield by Carlos Arrendondo, the man who rescued him on that fateful day. As the crowd cheered for them, Bauman gave a thumbs up and pointed to people, a big grin on his face. He was cheering for his girlfriend at the marathon finish line when one of the bombs went off. He later helped identify the bombing suspects.
Arrendondo wore a cowboy hat, like the one he was wearing when he scooped up Bauman moments after one explosion, put him into a wheelchair and helped him to safety. You've probably seen that picture, and will probably see it for years to come.
Together again, this time for a good reason, Bauman and Arrendondo threw out simultanous first pitches before Tuesday's Red Sox game against the Philadelphia Phillies. Bauman even counted down to make sure they both threw the ball at the same time. After all, Arrendondo was the reason they both were there.
Both men were welcomed as heroes at Fenway. They met Pedro Martinez and threw their pitches to Red Sox catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia and David Ortiz. Saltalamacchia gave Bauman a hug after his pitch. Bauman, 27, called his own pitch a strike — and it looked pretty good.
Six to eight cars of a CSX freight train leapt off the tracks and caught fire this afternoon in the suburb of Rosedale. Moments later a loud explosion rocked the area, sending a huge plume of smoke into the sky above downtown Baltimore.
WATCH: Explosion happens at the :45s mark.
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