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Why You Shouldn’t Show Off Outside – Fails of the Week | FailArmy [Video]

Why You Shouldn’t Show Off Outside – Fails of the Week | FailArmy

It’s a wild world out there, so the last thing you should be doing is goofing around in nature’s most dangerous places. Come for the ponds, racetracks and trains; stay for ghastly wax jobs and the best prank you can play on soda drinkers. Happy #FailFriday you vicious beasts.

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Watch: ODOT camera captures head-on crash between vehicle and semi on I-90 East in Cleveland [Video]

WARNING: Some viewers may find the video disturbing.Drivers encountered an unexpected detour early Thursday morning as a crash closed I-90 East at East 185th Street. The roadway, which was closed for several hours, has since reopened.Cleveland police say a 25-year-old woman was ejected in the two-vehicle crash, which involved a semi. She was taken to University Hospitals in critical condition.Full story on the I-90 crash:

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Casey Martin Knows What Tiger Woods Faces. He Can’t Wait to Watch - #CaseyMartin #KnowsWhat #TigerWo [Video]

Casey Martin Knows What Tiger Woods Faces. He Can’t Wait to WatchTiger returns this week at PNC Championship. Casey Martin, who has dealt with devastating leg pain, has a unique perspective on what lies ahead.#CaseyMartin #KnowsWhat #TigerWoods #Faces #HeCan #Wait #Watch Tiger is back—sort of—at the PNC Championship this week. Martin, who has dealt, too, with devastating leg pain, has a unique perspective on what lies ahead.Tiger Woods returns to public golf this week at the PNC Championship, playing with his 12-year-old son, Charlie, and—if he chooses—riding in a cart.“Is he really?” Casey Martin asks.This is rich, isn’t it? Twenty years ago, Martin sued the PGA Tour for the right to use a cart during competition. He was born with a circulation disorder in his right leg called Klippel-Trenaunay-Weber Syndrome, and he could do everything an elite golfer could do, except walk. That was excruciating. The Tour argued that walking was an essential part of golf. So did Jack Nicklaus. So did Martin’s old Stanford teammate and friend Tiger Woods.“I’m gonna give him crap,” Martin says. “I’m going to text him: Hey, I’m pumped you’re playing, but I want some kickbacks if you take a cart.”Keyur Khamar/PGA TOUR/Getty ImagesMartin laughs. He is serious about the text, but he wants to be clear about his intent. He loves Tiger. He always has. Their disagreement a generation ago was never personal. Martin, at 49, wants to needle Tiger, at 45, because that’s what friends do—and if anybody understands that, it’s Tiger Woods.Woods has many closer friends. But there is nobody who understands this incarnation of Tiger Woods the way that Martin does. Martin has known Woods for most of Tiger’s life, and he knows what it’s like to compete on the PGA Tour with a right leg that is close to useless. Martin understands the challenge ahead for Woods—but, for a variety of reasons, he believes Tiger can meet it.Woods said recently that a right-leg amputation was “on the table” for him this year. Martin knows all about that, too. Two years ago, he broke his right leg when he slipped in front of his house, and there was no real chance that it would heal properly. He tried everything and finally decided his best chance at a normal life was amputation, just above his knee.Martin’s doctors in Eugene, Ore., where he coaches the University of Oregon’s golf team, told him that the procedure was too risky for them. So Martin met with a surgeon at the Mayo Clinic.“The guy looked at me and said, ‘I can do this,’” Martin recalls. “‘But I'm going to be nervous.’”Martin appreciated the honesty. He decided to go for it. As he awaited surgery in October, one of the last texts he received was from Tiger.“He basically said: Man, I know you've been through a ton,” Martin says. “He referenced God, in the sense of, You can handle this. He said I'm one tough MF… Love you, dude. Right before I'm going into surgery, that text meant a lot.”Twice, as a younger man, Martin played U.S. Open practice rounds with Woods. He was astounded by both the size and the passion of the galleries. There had never really been anything like that in golf. Back then, Martin wondered what it was like to be Tiger Woods. Now Tiger Woods is finding out what it’s like to be Casey Martin.The scene of Tiger Woods' one-car accident last Feb. 23 in Los Angeles. Mike Ehrmann/Getty ImagesStart with the swing. Tiger has always been a golf dork, after all. No detail is too small, no nuance too subtle, no conversation about grips or grass strains or ball flight too boring. After Woods emerged from that frightening one-car accident in Los Angeles with comminuted open fractures in the tibia and fibula of his right leg, and after he said that the pain was worse than anything he had experienced in a career filled with injuries, Casey Martin saw hope in one word: right leg.“Left leg, he’s done,” Martin says. “Left leg, he’d never play golf again at a high level, because you’ve gotta drive into your left side. But right leg? You can do it.”Martin knows. He made it all the way to the PGA Tour with a bum right leg. “I didn't use my right leg much,” Martin says. “I just bumped on it. If he can just put a little pressure on it—which I’m sure he can, because he's walking—he'll be shockingly better than you think.”Martin heard Woods say that he can play “hit-and-giggle golf,” which is all that this PNC Championship is, and Martin says, “I think he's just slow-playing everybody.” Martin believes Tiger can do much better. His only question is whether Tiger can regain distance.“You can't play on Tour if you can't drive it 300 [yards] with moderate accuracy,” Martin says. “If he hits 250 and can't play, he ain't gonna play. He’s gonna shut it down. But I don’t think that’s [the reality]. I mean, I can hang out on my left side and swing my arms and hit it 280. And I'm not Tiger.“I've got pictures of him pivoting, which are ridiculous, when he was a kid. You don't need to

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Tiger Woods announces golf return 10 months after horrific car accident | New York Post [Video]

Tiger Woods will soon be back in action.On Wednesday, the 45-year-old golfer revealed that he will participate in next weekend’s PNC Championship with his 12-year-old son, Charlie, his first golf tournament since nearly losing his leg in a car crash on Feb. 23 in California.“Although it’s been a long and challenging year, I am very excited to close it out by competing in the @PNCchampionship with my son Charlie,” Woods tweeted.“I’m playing as a Dad and couldn’t be more excited and proud.”Woods shares Charlie and daughter Sam, 14, with his ex-wife, Elin Nordegren. The pair divorced in 2010.The PNC Championship features golf champions teaming up with family members. It is a two-round event starting on Saturday, Dec. 18. It is preceded by two pro-am rounds on Thursday and Friday, although it is unclear if Woods will participate in those.#TigerWoods #Golf #CarAccidentThe New York Post is your source for breaking news, news about New York, sports, business, entertainment, opinion, real estate, culture, fashion, and more.Catch the latest news here: The New York Post on:Twitter - -

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Crash On I-93 North In New Hampshire Leaves 2 Girls Dead [Video]

A rollover crash on I-93 North in Littleton, New Hampshire left two girls dead Sunday. It happened at about 6:40 p.m. just south of Exit 44, New Hampshire State Police said. Katie Johnston reports.