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company. >> other two lionesses, chase the third one. look at them two, not happy. >> first she guesses, but then as some ladies do, things get a little sketchy. that water buffalo still fighting, but this, the fight begins between the two lionesses. >> nobody is fighting you, boo. >> go, go, go. now is the time. run, run! >> the water buffalo just slowly does the walk of -- >> get the heck out of there, come on! >> already started. >> hurry! >> you didn't die. >> this is the most ridiculous thing. they couldn't agree the order with which they were going to eat the buffalo, now none of them are going to eat the buffalo. >> that is a life lesson right there. now y'all hungry. >> in this next video it's a humpback whale trying to get a meal. the human diver, he was swimming with killer whales when this
humpback saw that bait ball of fish and says this looks more dangerous than it really was. he says the humpbacks knew he was there and kind of pull this launch so it wouldn't hit him. >> diver's name jones? >> should be. >> normally when we see air shows they fly in formation, makes it look like they are locked together. what would happen if you really did lock them together? three argentinian pilots chained their planes together. >> actually chained. there's no mechanism that will pop. >> let's find out. they take off in formation. you can clearly see those chains. not only are they going to fly in formation like that, but they are going to try to pull maneuvers. here we go, loop-de-loop, flip it over, same maneuver, just seeing it from the other plane. they crest over the top of the
roof. fall down the other side, and one pilot gets just out of range and you see that chain break away. of course, they had some sort of fail safe mechanism built in, but still a gutsy move to try and pull off. this video recorded two years ago, actually, but just now getting a lot of attention. i think people are like, man, this is also shot during the spring. hey, can we do it. >> take on another risky maneuver here. handy man and inventor thought he had a brilliant idea. he built this drone in his workshop. you can see it's a rather large drone, looks like it can lift something, and it does. >> oh, i'm in. i like that. >> this is the flying drone powered hammock. taking it out to the park, cruising around there. very relaxing drone flight. >> not quite, though. sit back and read a book.
>> the people around also seem to think it's pretty crazy, but my goodness -- >> it works. >> does it, though? i'm surprised you guys haven't been skeptical. >> looks like a commercial. >> you nailed it. this is an advertisement for an insurance company in the netherlands. i don't think we quite perfected drone human flight to be this good. >> this right here, he's 60 years old and as you can clearly see, he suffers from neurofiber mutosis which tumors can grow all over your body. he's been suffering from it from the age of 15. he used to live in thailand but he was chased out of the city because of this condition and, in fact, he ended up crossing the border and living in burma, as it was known back then, but recently, last year, he was found in the country and actually deported back to
thailand. >> faced all kinds of adversity his entire life. >> right. he's never held a job, he's got no family help. in fact, the thai red cross found him living alone and working to help out. >> has he had medical help at all? >> no. the thing is, really you can have surgery to remove the tumors, but as you can see, the tumors are essentially 99% of his skin. >> because of how he looks, i'm pretty sure nobody wants to touch him or hug him or anything like that. >> he's been shunned, judged, but he wants to go back to bangkok for a good reason, this man right there. he was 88 years old and very recently died. i don't know if you've ever been to thailand, it's kind of hard to explain just how revered the king was and still is. he was seen as semigod like, almost like a daty to them, so the entire country is in a serious case of mourning right now and that's what he wants to
do. he wants to go back to the city just to pay his respects to the dead. he is going to face down his adversity because his love for the king is so deep. this is the kind of thing that's connecting with all other thais, what really brings them all together. it's time to give away another ipad mini. >> to enter you're going to need friday's buzz word, be at least 21 years old and a legal resident of the u.s. or canada. >> "rtm" buzz word is coming up in just a bit. >> stand by, everyone, for the "rtm" ipad mini giveaway. >> accidents happen. it's inevitable, but they don't always have to. here we are riding down the street in south africa. you can see the taxi here, looks like they have dropped somebody off and now are supposed to be going back into the regular lanes. they are in the emergency lane. >> dude! >> yep, in case you missed it,
it ran right over that bicyclist and the bicyclist hit the ground and kind of rolls over and gives up. the taxi got away with just a fine and the bicyclist is not happy about it. minor injuries, went to the hospital and needed stitches. to add insult to injury, the cyclist's wife said the taxi is not licensed to be on the road. this is one big mess. heading over to china, you see this car looks like it's about to turn around. >> what! >> okay. >> the heck? >> the brake is the one on the left. clearly, we goofed. >> yep. that driver did goof. a new driver, and they missed the brake and hit the gas. >> held on, because smashed into a wall, changed directions. flipped the car! >> wow. >> you see the person get out. >> my bad! >> does this mean i found my -- >> the problem is, they already have the license. they just don't really know how to use it. >> good lord. >> that's a lot of destruction for a slow speed accident. >> luckily nobody was hurt.
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her sky dive guide is telling her, check that out. >> look at that on the ground. >> oh, my gosh. oh, my gosh. oh! >> quick, quick, turn left, turn left, go that way! >> oh, no, she is really, really happy. >> i cannot believe him. oh, my gosh. wow, wow, wow. >> you can see on the ground tyler is changing. they brought him a change of clothes to get into. everybody's helping him and assisting him while they are waiting for him to land. >> i'm freaking out. oh, my gosh. about tyler. oh, my gosh. >> they land safely. >> oh, my gosh, amazing. it was so great. >> she begins that slow, romantic run we see in all romance movies. she runs into his arms. he's got flowers for her. and then -- >> katelyn, will you spend the
rest of your life with me, baby? >> oh, my gosh, yes! >> contain yourself. >> i'll try. >> nick, contain yourself. >> oh, my god. i knew i was going to lose you as soon as i showed you this video of little ayla. her name on instagram, ayla the fox. she has more than all of us combined. it's understandable. >> of course. >> way prettier. >> she has quite the story. at four weeks old she was saved from a fur farm. >> look at those eyes. >> shees domesticated because she was born in captivity, so she can't be set to the wild. >> that is instagram foxy. >> uh-huh. >> this sheep stuck in the mud.
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which is why they are doing something inspired by that. it's a mythical tale set thousands of years before what you saw. >> did you say dances with space smurfs? >> yeah, it's along the same line. it's beautiful, it has all the characters, all the animals, it's set on pandora and it's different to other cirque du soleil shows you may have seen, because this one focuses much more on a story, as well as as you can see, again, large -- >> hey! hey! >> oh! >> you have never been so cool before. >> i know! this took about an hour to get into, and i had all the help i could get. these guys, who perform twice a day, put this makeup on, takes them about an hour to do themselves. guys, true performers. they are fit, they are strong.
>> nick, nick, turn around. >> i love the trend away from the animal trick shows and trending more towards incredible human performances. and that's what they are all about. >> you have to shave your legs. >> it is awesome, but you have to shave your legs. >> did the avatar team work with the cirque du soleil team to put the production together? >> yes, they work in full partnership with james cameron. he was part of the creative team, so he is onboard with this. i got a back stage look at all the different costumes and props today. >> unreal. >> it's at talking stick in phoenix, portland, capp da, continues mexico and around america, right? >> exactly. if you love the shows, this is a must see. >> wow, you really opened a pandora's box.
we know potholes and crumbling infrastructure can be a problem, right? sometimes videos, this guy took off down this road and mile after mile he's coming across some really bad destruction. >> take a guess, on the left? >> you got it. why is the road so bad? >> just had an earthquake. >> 7.8-magnitude to be exact. what's that asher is going to explore. i find it very fascinating the new zealand government didn't close the road completely, just put cones out and people were allowed to drive it. >> tell you why, a lot of countryside in new zealand, a lot of times it's only one road to take you somewhere. this is going to be an essential room. rmg i think you're absolutely right with that. he's driving a truck with big tires, but many cases you hear him rattling over some of his huge separation in the road. >> it's really fascinating to see how the earth moves and how it reshaped this roadway.
>> i actually raised the seabed by a number of feet. >> interesting, because i can show you exactly what it looks like. yes. >> wow. >> wow. >> well, i don't care how big they are, he's not getting up that one. >> he's not going to be able to cross it. he's gotten out of his truck and walked up to this separation in the road, which looks to be about two feet in my opinion. fascinating video from that part of new zealand. it's time to give away another ipad mini. >> to enter you'll need the buzz word, be at least 21 years old and a legal resident of the u.s. or canada. >> head over to rightthisminute.com and click on the win ipad button. >> enter the buzz word on facebook, twitter, or both. you can enter on each every day. >> friday's buzz word is -- >> get over to rightthisminute.com, click on the win ipad button, and enter friday's buzz word, espresso. >> one day next week we'll have a bonus give away day where one
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you can hear mom cracking up in the background as this is going down. in fact, according to translations, he's telling them that they are going to stay in that jacket. >> this is like the sister with the traveling straight jacket. >> go get it straight or get your own coat. >> super cute. the video going viral, getting a lot of attention, because it is just as funny as it is cute. >> if it's really bad, put the jacket on backwards. you be quiet. >> that's it for today. we'll see you next time on
"right this minute". >> announcer: the following is a paid advertisement for tai cheng, brought to you by beachbody. >> wow, joy, look at these people! they love you! [ cheers and applause ] thank you! it's regis, joy, and i've got big news for you. if aches, pains, and poor balance are slowing you down, keep watching this show because we're gonna tell you about an incredible new program that's gonna fix everything. [ cheers and applause ] yeah! >> announcer: the facts are frightening. 1 out of 3 people over 65 fall each year, resulting in expensive hospital stays, loss of independence, or worse. >> i broke my hip. "oh, my god. what in the world am i going to do now?" >> announcer: the major cause -- aches and pains, which lead to immobility and poor balance. >> i am really afraid of falling again. >> announcer: but falling and losing your independence doesn't have to be a fact of life. did you know medical experts
around the world have been recommending gentle exercises like tai chi for years to help reduce aches and pains and to improve balance and mobility? the problem is, most americans find it difficult to learn -- until now. introducing tai cheng, the breakthrough new program specially designed so anyone at any age or fitness level can master the most fundamental tai chi moves, plus amazing health-boosting routines right in their own home, step by step, in just 90 days. these gentle movements will help improve your balance and mobility, reduce your aches and pains, while strengthening your muscles and joints, making you feel younger and more agile. >> i started doing the exercises, and in the first week i could see the improvement. >> i've gotten stronger. my posture is better, and my balance is a lot better. >> announcer: tai cheng was created by this man -- dr. mark cheng, a world-renowned martial-arts master and a doctor that specializes in modern sports science. >> what tai cheng does is it retrains your muscles to move
the right way, putting your body back into proper alignment so you can move better, feel better, and get a more responsive, stronger body. >> i do it every single day because it makes me feel healthy. it makes me feel like i can move, like i'm not gonna walk down some stairs and trip and fall. >> announcer: today america's most beloved tv personality -- regis philbin -- will not only prove tai cheng works by showing you amazing success stories... >> this program gave me back my life. i can do whatever i want now. >> i feel so good about myself now that i'm gonna try something i haven't done in 20 years. [ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: ...regis is also going to show you how tai cheng got him off the couch and back on the court even after painful hip-replacement surgery. >> i feel great. i really do. did you see that? that's what you get when you do tai cheng. >> announcer: if you're ready to feel younger, feel stronger and more confident, then keep watching for a special tai cheng offer that will make today the day you take the first step
towards a healthy, longer, more independent life. now here's regis and joy philbin. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. never had an audience this good, joy. >> i've never seen such energy. they must be on tai cheng. [ laughter ] >> well, we all know everybody's living longer these days, but here's the problem -- a lot of us start to have issues with balance and mobility, and that makes it hard, if not impossible, to stay fit. >> you know, it's sad when somebody works hard all their life... >> mm-hmm. >> ...and then can't enjoy life when they finally have the time. or even worse, they fall and break something. and then forget it. they stop moving forever. >> yeah. you've seen those commercials where the old lady falls down and she can't get up. >> yes. >> so they sell her a speed dial... >> that thing that they wear around -- it's not attractive. >> she wears it around her neck. >> mm. >> well, we didn't want that. we wanted to find something that would keep us strong and improve our balance, and that's when we discovered tai cheng. we were shocked at how easy it
was to master. dr. cheng developed a unique teaching method that really explains things in a way we can understand. >> and now you're holding a ball. don't hold this to your body like so, but hold it off your body. >> he really americanized learning tai chi. >> and because you get three viewing angles and an ingenious, simple foot-placement grid, you always know where to put your feet. it's foolproof. if regis and i can do it, believe me, anyone can. >> what dr. cheng has created here is truly amazing. tai cheng makes you more flexible. it improves your balance. it takes away your aches, your pains. it makes you feel younger, stronger. it works! joy and i love it. but the big question is, why does it work? to help us with that, please welcome emergency-room physician dr. steve salvatore. welcome to dr. steve! [ applause ] dr. steve. >> how are you? >> good to see you. >> great to have you here. dr. steve, i got to tell you -- tai cheng worked wonders for joy and i, but why does it work so
well? >> you know, regis, i'm not surprised it worked for you. tai chi has been around for literally hundreds of years. it's helped millions of people with flexibility and balance problems, make them feel younger and stronger. in fact, it's been clinically proven that doing these gentle movements will not only help strengthen your muscles and joints, it'll help improve your balance and mobility. tai chi is also proven to help relieve pain from arthritis, osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, low back pain, many different types of joint pains. >> well, how did dr. cheng come up with this in the first place? >> all right, so, dr. cheng is a tai chi master. he's a martial-arts expert, and he has a phd in sports medicine. so he knew about tai chi and he knew the benefits and he thought, "i want to put all these things together." he americanized it and put that into tai cheng, a simple, easy way to learn tai chi. >> here's the bottom line -- tai cheng worked for joy and i, and it could work for anybody. take a look at julie's story.
>> i've had a knee injury, and it's been really painful. nothing seems to help. my balance has gotten a little precarious over the years. and i took a fall, and i really hurt my lower back. i want to be more mobile and flexible, and i'm hoping that tai cheng will do that for me. it's amazing, the difference from the first week to now. i've gotten stronger. my knee doesn't hurt at all. and my posture is better. i also think my balance is a lot better. the tai cheng program is really well thought out. there's a reason for every move. the wonderful thing about dr. cheng -- i feel like i have a personal instructor that's standing right across from me. >> as you turn the foot in, this turns into a fist, and then you start sheathing a sword as you bring the feet together. >> the best things about tai cheng is it makes you feel better about yourself. now i can get books off the shelf, and i'm not worried about wobbling. i can walk my dog and not worry about his pulling me over. i can run around with my goddaughter. i feel so good about myself now that i'm gonna try something i haven't done in 20 years.
i'm gonna go water-skiing again. this is my time to shine, to really do the things i've always wanted to do. i think i will be doing tai cheng for the rest of my life. >> wow! say hello to julie, everybody! yeah, here she comes! julie, how do you feel? >> i feel wonderful. >> yeah? >> and so much more active since tai cheng and i'm flexible and i've got my youthful figure back. >> so, what was your favorite part of the program? >> well, i really liked the fact that i could do it, you know. and then as i was in the program, i noticed that i was improving as i went along. and i guess maybe the best is that i got my confidence back. >> oh, confidence is important. >> it sure is. >> and that's a big part of the program, regis. as you get older, we all lose our confidence. we're worried that we're gonna fall. we lose our balance. we're not steady on our feet. this is a huge problem. 1 in 3 adults over the age of 65 falls every year. half of all adults over 80 -- that's half -- a huge number --