Society — and especially the fashion industry — often treats disabled people like they're invisible. So it's nice to see these men and women in the spotlight for a change. I love what the artists said: "Because, WHO is perfect?!":
Rapper Kanye West says being a rapper is as dangerous as being a cop:
A Norwegian daredevil has performed a one-armed hand-stand stunt on the edge of a cliff. Eskil Ronnings-bakken, is an extreme balancing artist. And he balances in a one-arm handstand, two-thousand feet above a Norwegian fiord. There's no question that one slip would see him plummet to certain death. But despite bitter winds, Eskil performs what he claims is the highest ever one-handed handstand with graceful style. A Norwegian daredevil has performed a one-armed hand-stand stunt on the edge of a cliff:
And then there's this guy -- riding a bike backwards at up to 80 km/h down a winding road in Norway:
On this date in history, December 10th, 1953, Hugh Hefner published the first "Playboy" magazine with an investment of $7,600. Marilyn Monroe is the first centerfold and the magazine becomes an overnight success:
A snowball fight will cost Oregon tight end Pharaoh Brown a chance to play in a bowl game. He's been suspended for the Ducks' Alamo Bowl appearance against Texas.
This video shows OU players and other students pelting a car with dozens of snowballs. At one point, the driver is hit with a bucket of snow. Other players will be disciplined but not suspended. Brown has apologized, saying he deeply regrets his actions and will accept the consequences:
Rhode Island's dancing cop is back on the beat. Retired police officer Tony Lepore will be dancing in the street and directing traffic in Providence for the holidays.
Lepore started to bust a move while on traffic duty in 1984. At the time he was worried he might get into trouble. But Providence's dancing cop was a hit. Since his retirement, Lepore has been making school and TV appearances: