When I first read the title of this video, I pictured Rubio pegging some poor kid Peyton Manning/SNL style. But after watching it, you can’t really blame Rubio here. It’s not the greatest throw, but man this kid is terrible. Not only does he keep his hands spread apart like he’s trying to catch a pumpkin, but he lets the ball hit him in the head and then he falls down. I don’t want to sound mean, but maybe that kids parents should take him for a check up to make sure his motor skills are progressing at the regular rate. It’s one thing to miss a pass. It’s another to let it hit you in the head and fall down. Do less, random child.
John Cena Haters Should Take A Day Off After Watching What He Did For A Kid Fighting Cancer After Raw #WWE
If you watched Raw on Monday, you saw John Cena point out a young kid in the crowd who had a ‘I’m Beating Cancer’ sign during his promo with Kevin Owens. The camera panned to the kid holding the sign and if you say you’ve seen a bigger smile on a kid’s face then you’re a liar. It was a nice gesture by Cena, who by all account seems like a great guy outside of the ring. Cena went on with his promo and the show rolled on as scheduled. Well, thanks to WWE’s YouTube page, we now know that Cena went a step further after Raw went off the air and actually got the kid out of the crowd and brought him in the ring and had the entire arena cheer for him. You may not like John Cena – WWE Superstar, but John Cena – human being is a pretty cool dude.
So awesome! Kudos to this dad for making these videos. One day that kids is going to love them as much as the dad loves making them.
If You Steal and return a 255lb Pumpkin, It’s Because You Had No Where to Put It, Not Because You’re a Nice Guy
YORK, Pa. — YORK, Pa. (AP) — A thief has returned a 255-pound pumpkin that a central Pennsylvania boy won by correctly guessing its weight — along with a note apologizing for the theft.
Nine-year-old Jaiden Newcomer of York won the pumpkin at an Oktoberfest celebration in Windsor Township. He had displayed the giant pumpkin on his family’s porch until it was stolen last week.
But the York Dispatch reports (http://bit.ly/16pZ6hd ) the pumpkin was back on the family’s porch Sunday evening after it returned from a weekend trip.
The thief also left a note saying: “I’m really sorry about taking your pumpkin, it was wrong of me, you earned the pumpkin, I didn’t think my actions through nor realize who they were affecting. Sincerest apologies.”
Amy Newcomer says her son is “very excited. He’s beside himself.” -HuffPost
I’m gonna let you in on a little secret. No one steals a 250+ pound pumpkin and gives it back, with a note, unless you had no where to hide it. I picture this scenario like the movie The Barbershop. When Anthony Anderson and his bonehead cousin steal that ATM, but they have no way of opening it or storing it so they are constantly pushing it around town.
I guess I should give the thief some credit though. If that was me with an oversized pumpkin, i’d probably just leave it somewhere. No way the oversized pumpkin pie I had floating around in my mind was worth that hassle. Even though that would be all kinds of delicious
PS- 250lbs? That’s rookie pumpkin weight. Check this guy at the Durham Faire. Photo Credit…YA BOY