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Battle of the Year: The Dream Team looks like a classic underdog story about a group of misfits who band together to overcome the odds.
Ch-Ch-Check out the trailer (above) and watch as
Breezy Bleachy and his b-boy crew travel to France to take on some very stiff limber competition.
Is that…? No, that can't be… Yup, it's Sawyer!!
The team's coach is played by none other than Josh Holloway! Hmm, at least he didn't call CB freckles!
Maybe all that bleach used during filming is seeping into our brains because we're actually kind of excited for this one!!
Okay, so it sounds like Jack Nicholson is NOT a football fan! Or at least not a fan of the New York Giants or New England Patriots.
The actor, regularly seen courtside supporting the Los Angeles Lakers, was asked by paparazzi if he was going to the Super Bowl this weekend, but responded by saying, "I'd rather drink bleach."
It sounds like Jack has become a man of few words over the years, but they definitely spoke volumes about his opinion of the NFL.
What other sports do you hate, Jack?
[Image via WENN.]
OMG! This is so amazing!
Check out this both incredible and incredibly short documentary about a poor village in the Philippines that has installed 1 liter soda bottles filled with a mixture of water and bleach to create fully functional light bulbs!
Watch A Liter Of Light above to see how one man figured out how to brighten the lives of others in his community by thinking outside the box. Or should we say outside the bottle?
Just last week we told you about Jamaican dancehall artist, Vybz Kartel, who was arrested and charged for murder.
According to police, Kartel is believed to have conspired with other men to murder Barrington Burton, a 27-year-old music promoter and businessman, this past July.
But that hasn’t stopped Kartel from releasing his own line of skin bleaching products while awaiting trail. Seriously.
The reggae artist, who has also released condoms and liquor, is now facing a new load of criticism from those opposing the use of skin lightners.
Kartel has long been an advocate of them, even promoting soap bleaching products in the past and claims his bleaching line has nothing to do with racism, comparing it to straightening your hair or getting a tan. He adds: