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Trending: Cell Phone Crashing, #CansecoHorns, McCartney Misses Free Shirt

December 17, 2013 4:34 PM

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Reporting Angela Martin

Cell Phone Crashing

A man takes up conversation crashing, in a new viral video.

He pretends he’s on the phone, sits next to someone else on the phone and hijacks their conversation.

He’s done it at the park, at a soccer game and this latest video comes from the airport.

One of the prank victims actually gets up and moves down a seat to get away from Greg — the cell phone crasher. But Greg just gets up and moves over too.

This hilarious video has racked up more than three million views in two days.



#Cansecohorns

The University of Texas has quite the list for potential football coaches now that Mack Brown has resigned – and a former baseball player is volunteering for the job.

Jose Canseco has launched a Twitter campaign for UT’s head football coaching job with his own hashtag – #cansecohorrns.

It started with a tweet directed at Mack Brown, which read, “So sorry to hear about Mack Brown. Hug for u buddy”

Then, just a minute later, he tweets to UT’s new athletic director, “Hey Steve @stevepatterson you need a huge name for huge job buddy. I know football even better than baseball.”

He then lays out his four-point plan to fix Texas football – with the final tweet reading, “Forth hire the Baylor recruiting coach he is killing us. #cansecohorns”

He also suggests Texas join the SEC conference and get another Vince Young.


McCartney Misses Free Shirt

All people love free stuff – even rock royalty. How else can you explain why Paul McCartney, who is worth somewhere around 800 million bucks, was trying so hard to score a free t-shirt at the Philadelphia 76ers and Brooklyn Nets game Monday night.

He was calling for it to be thrown his way — along with everybody else around him — and when it fell a little short you could see him point and say, “That’s was mine.”


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