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A politician is using social media to defend what some people are calling a nasty habit.

It’s just another example of why it’s important to be careful when the camera is rolling.

Florida Congressman Joe Garcia was caught on camera putting his finger in his ear — and seconds later put the same finger in his mouth.

The video was taken during a house judiciary committee meeting last week and was broadcast live on C-SPAN.

The video’s gotten more than a million hits and so much attention that Garcia took to Twitter to explain his actions:

He later tweeted he was trending almost as much as Jay-Z.


A Kansas auctioneer is getting attention for fast talking skills and someone’s editing skills.

A little background music was added to the background of Rhett Parks’ Whitewood Livestock Sales cattle auction.

On YouTube, they are calling Rhett, “the new rap god.”


Nearly five years after his death and a day after his new album dropped, we’re getting our first look at Michael Jackson’s newest music video.

The video for “Love Never Felt So Good” features clips of Jackson from previous videos like “Thriller,” “Beat It,” Bad” and “Smooth Criminal.”

Pop star Justin Timberlake and a slew of dancers also lend their moves to appear in the video.