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Mom decided to film herself dancing around the world

Check out this awesome video Debbe’s son posted for her on the internet of her shaking her grove thing across the world. It won’t be long before we probably see Debbe on the Ellen show. Check out the way she breaks it down in Belize. Come on this lady has been to places I’ve never even heard of! Mostar, Herzegovina??

Bench-clearing brawl breaks out during charity hockey …

They may be “New York’s Finest” and “New York’s Bravest,” but they won’t be competing for “New York’s Classiest” after what happened on Sunday, when police and firefighters brawled at a charity hockey match.

The fight set Twitter, YouTube and Instagram aflame with photos and videos of the violence.

Every year the New York Police Department and the Fire Department of New York get together for a little charity hockey game. The two sides meet and while it’s all in the name of charity, there’s certainly some rivalry aspect to it as well, a little city-wide bragging rights among the city’s finest.

Apparently that rivalry has some bad blood as the game — it bears repeating, the charity game — broke out into a full-on brawl at Nassau Coliseum on Sunday. Just about everybody was fighting but the goalies, who watched the action together from center ice.

In the end it was the NYPD getting the win in the game, 8-5. FDNY now holds a record of 23-16-2 vs. the NYPD but this one is probably going to be remembered for a bit more than the final score.

Westboro Baptist church-Ran out of Moore,Oklahoma

Members of the Westboro Baptist Church showed up at Central Junior High School in Moore., Okla., on Sunday to picket — but the people of Moore were not having it.

One-Third of Texas Was Running on Wind Power This Week


On Wednesday, March 27th, the largest state in the contiguous United States got almost one-third of its electricity by harnessing the wind. According to the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, which manages the bulk of the Lone Star State’s power grid, a record-breaking 10,296 MW of electricity was whipped up by wind turbines. That’s enough to provide 29 percent of the state’s power, and to keep the lights on in over 5 million homes.

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