Barbara Garcia was interviewed by CBS about her horrifying experience riding out the tornado yesterday in Moore, Oklahoma. Her house was obliterated, but fortunately Barbara made it out okay. Unfortunately, after she pulled herself out of the rubble, she called for her little dog, who didn't answer or come to her call.
As Barbara talks about coming back to the house to search for her dog, the reporter spots it trapped underneath debris...and it's okay. Skip ahead to 1:36 for the moment the dog is found.
You can help those affected in yesterday's natural disaster by donating to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. There are a couple options to donate. The first is to text "Red Cross" to 90999 for an automatic $10 donation. You can also hit up redcross.org to donate a different amount.
"This fool really called 911?"
Yeah, that about sums it up. Two guys were talking drugs right before they started breaking into cars...and all of it, including their subsequent arrest, was captured on tape because one of the guys butt dialed 911. That quote came from the other guy, after both of them were sitting on the curb in cuffs once police caught up with them. And yes, the tape was STILL rolling even after they were arrested.
I guess once the guy was cuffed with his hands behind his back, he couldn't reach the phone in his front pocket to end the call. I'm pretty sure for once he'd have been happy if his battery was about to die, because somehow I think the sound of the officer's voice who pulled them over will cinch the case against them.
Over the weekend Chester Bennington joined Stone Temple Pilots onstage for a surprise performance that consisted of 40 minutes of classic STP...along with one new song.
Check out "Out of Time"
You know those days you wish there was something you could do to stave off the inevitable slog home through sluggish traffic during rush hour?
What if there were something, like...oh, say...barbecue on the west lawn of the National Building Museum?
If your nose hasn't already clued you in, the deliciousness is already happening. Penn Quarter is set to continue the Hill Country’s Backyard Barbecue through the end of the summer. $10 gets you an entree and side. Entry is free, and there's live music scheduled throughout the summer.
Hours are Wed-Fri: 4p-11p, Sat: noon-11p, and Sun: noon-9p.
I've never played golf, so you'll have to tell me whether or not this Hooters girl really does have a textbook golf swing, like the title of the video says she does.
Don't worry, guys, there are a number of slow motion replays of it, just in case you miss it the first time...