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>> by the looks of it, a little bit later we know that s.w.a.t. teams have turned up. a of the tactics is about to [ screaming ] he just breaks into the room, one, two, three, the guys just basically jump on top of this guy, start wrestling with him. all chaos inside the room. though eventually you do see that young 13-year-old girl she is taken outside of the room, desperately, no idea where she is and they sit her down and try to calm her down and while people jump on top of him. >> was she injured, i heard her squealing? >> she wasn't injured physically. this wil.
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let's be glad that it seemed to end with no one getting hurt. the inevitability of robots taking over the planet has long been in the works, okay? boston dynamics, the people behind some of the world's finest robots had an opportunity where they were showing off some of the previous robot, the atlas and the spot which is more like the dog robot. they have put out the video which has go super robot because it's a new robot that has never been seen before. his name is handle. >> new presentation. >> oh, wow, look at this. >> wow. check that out. >> this is their first experiment of using wheels together with legs. they believe that this robot is going to be far more efficient at moving around. you can see it constantly balancing and stabilizing itself, very versatile with the small wheels on the rear legs. they call it handle because o handle y they hope that this
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objects. a crowd in the audience gasped when they saw it. >> yay. >> you remember the old videos back in the day, they'd have the lumbering, walking robots falling over and stuff. we just had basically a robot. >> what you see in the videos seems to be completely autonomous. >> we should be slightly worried because just the other day, the top four poker players in the world were defeated by ai for the first time. getting smarter. >> no stopping progress and this is what it's supposed to look like. oftentimes we hear stories of people living to be 100 plus years old. the question is posed what keeps you so young? well, i think it might be safe to say, dance. dance keeps you young. >> whoa. >> because she is moving and grooving. ♪ >> this video of her was taken at the retirement home where she
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resides. to say that she can do a little two step is an understatement. r shuffling from side to side. she's got the jazz hands. >> put it in perspective, for peop watching at she was born during the first world war. >> yes. old. she's got a dancer's body. that's what happens when you have a dancer's body. you can move like that whe. >> she's getting it done. she's got her hands in the air. she's waving them like she doesn't care. and that's at 101 years old. she's 101 years young. >> oh, the smile on her face and everything. sarah rodgers who watches in toronto, is the latest winner of the ipad mini. >> stay tuned we'll be giving
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away an ipad mini and amazon echo. >> to enter you need to enter in the buzz word and be at least 21 years old and a legal resident of u.s. or canada. stay tuned for the give away. all the rage recently has been about the self-balancing motorcycles, right? this guy has one. so that they can ride it over this i >> now, that thing is going to keep going. >> he misses the jump. now the motorcycle is going, but he chases after it. it's not slippery or anything, the other motorcyclists decides to try to help, to see if he can help with the motorcycle somehow. by tipping it over a couple of times. >> this is like a cowboy trying to wrestle a horse. you need a lasso. >> didn't even last eight seconds. >> you're getting there. >> the problem is he starts to kick it in the direction of parked cars. this motor oh, no. >> made it worse.
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>> we were joking about this being a modern self-balancing motorcycle. it's a regular old motorcycle with centrifugal force. >> a balancing kayak? >> more like a self-balancing red bull can. this is a professional kayaker >> nice. >> wow. >> wow. well, the college students are doing the water bottle toss, he did the kayak roll. >> practice. they need to know how to do the roll and do it quickly and efficiently. .hat better way than to pu a makeup tutorial just in time for valentine's day. >> make a great firs >> yeah, run. and a plumber is given a quote -- >> can you do it for f no. >> see how this negotiation
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in this room, operator, switch or producer who e plumber has given a quote. >> yeah, it will cost 50 euro. >> no, sorry, this job is unpaid. >> yeah, it's the exposure. >> what? >> exposure between facebook and instagram i have 324 followers. so this is an exciting opportunity that could be the futu >> we have all heard this. >> right. people at an office, people are creative. all that sort of stuff. everyone then goes great great great, but can you do it for free? >> no. no. no. >> if it were for charity it would be a different thing. >> even then, show me the money. >> basically, the experience i can provide you with here today will look amazing on your resume. >> i'm on the plumber's side. i want to throw him out of his own house. >> get out. >> what do you for a living?
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>> graph designer. >> you design something and you get paid? >> i never get paid. >> so basically -- how can you live like that? how do you survive? live like that. it starts in april, i started an internship and i won't get paid for the next six months. >> asks a question, how do you feed yourself? >> i just take them. i give the security guards incredible experience. last week one tackled me from behind and tackled me. they work amazingly as a team. >> you just have to talk to them, like they're 10. >> i'm going to need actual physical cash. >> well, i'm shocked. i'm disappointed that you would turn down such a fantastic -pportunity because >> 15 -- 20 tweets.
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>> you want to go out and have some fun in the snow? >> yes. >> just hook up with a hoe -- a track hoe. yeah. tie yourself to it, have it spin around and enjoy. >> works with snowboards or skis. this is a ton of f you get a little bit of aerial going on too. this kind of fun is best captured by -- >> yeah, that's what's going on here. >> mostly thrills, couple of spills. including one with the drone. >> where did they get the hoe? >> they have connections. they did a video where they used the samef machinery over water. they said, go have some fun in the snow. >> i like the part they ride in the lift. >> a couple of girls up in the bucket enjoying it. if you're strong enough to hang on, you can pull off some super slick aerial moves. an entire behind the scenes video. click on tv show or use our .
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they do say love hurts, but don't go turning into two bleeding hearts over this on >> wow. she may have tucked her eyebrows too much. >> slightly too much. this is one of my favorite makeup artists on the web. got an e-mail, maria. >> not the hot eyes that everybody really goes for. >> the warm and fuzzy feeling you've got. but it's cool. easy. you see this, she uses a pencil to outline the heart. and she creates that torn skin effect. the shape of a heart. using that -- >> that's the kind of heart that when she gets underneath the lids. see you later. >> she puts the makeup under the latex, uses brown and red to give it that depth of real blood. this is the part where things get real funky. because now she's starting to .
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clearly this is a man in distress in russia. you see him hanging for his life. somebody is holding on to him out of this window. he's several floors up. we don't know how what the man got into his situation. >> he hanging on for his life or trying to get away. >> it looks like they're trying to lower him down. .> there are people down her i can't tell if they're emergency officials or not, but they got an old rug hanging on a wall so they can hopefully break this man >> okay. wow. >> all right. >> it may work. >> didn't look too bad. in fact, he kind of went face first into the snow. >> it wasn't too bad, you guys. the video stopped short, but the guy got up and walked away as if >> did they finally show him the stairs? >> maybe he will learn that he should use those instead of the window. >> oh. this is a giant inflatable slide, you see a bunch of kids
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jumping up and down. but you're about to see a fall that could have been avoided. you have little kids, one little wall and then bouncing up and down and you know danger is >> oh. oh, man. got launched by another kid who happened to bounce -- >> that's why they have space between people going down slides and th. t in the end that little boy suffered a. they're having a baby. if you're padres minor leaguer what better way to reveal the gender of the baby than with this beautiful video. he's helping her over -- >> that's cute. steps right up to the pitcher's mound. so she goes at the ball, he's got the bat and he's up. and batter, batter.
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oh, swing. it's a boy. >> how do you know? >> blue. >> oh. >> she comes leaping into his arms. >> the cubs win the world series all over again. >> oh, that's cute. i like the bow in the hair. that's nice. >> baseball bats. >> yeah. >> cute. >> this time around. and the next video, revealing the gender to their children. >> this one right here. what does that say? >> you see the sonogram and the little one is trying to figure out what is going on. >> looks like an oyster. >> y >> of course you do, little one, who doesn't want a sister? >> yeah, a baby sister. >> she is showing all her pearly whites. >> another one. >> meanwhile, in here. oh. another -- >> oh, this is where he learned
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>> maybe if i close my eyes it's not real. >> it's not the last girl that makes him cry. to nope. >> it will be a boy. >> well well, maybe she'll be a little tomboy and everybody wins. >> can't all b. it's time to give away another ipad mini and it's bonus give away today. that means somebody is going to win an ipad mini and somebody is going to get an amazon echo. >> enter the buzz word, be at least 21 yearsd be a legal resident of united states or canada. >> and head over to the website and enter. >> you can do it each and every day. >> so the buzz word, it's echo. echo. >> so click on the win ipad button, enter friday's buzz word. echo. >> you want to enter today
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because it's bonus give away day. someone is going to win a ipad mini and someone will win an amazon echo. good luck, everybody. oli has talked about learning to ride a dirt bike. >> well, i took him to the professionals, let's just say that. >> oh, look at him go. >> >> watch him in action with the pros. [ laughter ] >> hey, he made it
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use the spoon to scoop it out. >> well done. ever since i met oli pettigrew he has talked about learning to ride a dirt bike. >> yeah. >> so i know a couple of people and i made some ca well, i took him to the professionals, let's just say that. >> oh, look at >> yeah. that's not oli, actually. [ laughter ] >> like whoa, you're a man. >> a good lesson. >> i like how you guys believe that for a second. we went down to the university of phoenix stadium for the monster energy
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supercross. we got to hang without the jgr team, they took time out of their day to teach oli to ride. especially westin. he taught him the ropes. taught oli how to ride a bike. >> quick study. quick study. >> w oli was off learning with westin, i was hanging without the other pros. talking about motorcycles. pointing things out. hanging. you know, just talking [ bleep ]. >> yeah. >> the guys were cool enough to let me bring my own dirt bike down to the track. after oli learned how to ride, we got oli set up. there's my bike. i got oli his very own dirt bike to ride as well. knuckle bump there. let's hop on. >> hop on. >> we made sure to get oli an appropriate bike for him. right before the flag dropped, oli goes, the brake is on the right, right? but i have to give it to you, bro, youd off we went.
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>> he looks like the mascot. [ laughter ] >> oh. >> hey, he made it go. >> here's oli. >> oh, my gosh. >> he' track. now i'm a little further ahead. i was getting completely sand blasted by the rocks and dirt. >> you? >> imagine that. here's the checkered fla [ laughter ] >> wait for it. wait. >> there he is. >> this is where the girl kisses you at the end. >> monster energy supercross is is showing up in oakland, california, this weekend. then to arlington, texas, they travel the country. please get out tre and show them some support. they're aw thanks for watching. join us on the next brand-new epis" for cebria:
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i had, what i used to call, a steel-trap brain, and then several years ago, little things began to change. i couldn't remember names and facts as well. i'd walk into a room and forget why i went in there. it was like i was in a mental fog. dr. laux, i'm in my 50s, and frankly, i'm too young for this. and it's not a time to panic, and you and your friends are not alone. 140 million americans are dealing, right now, with age-related memory loss that's normal. and everyone's gonna get it. we're all in the same boat. oh yeah, nobody gets outta this one. take a look at this graph. studies show that the human brain starts a gradual decline by age 40. and by age 50, we've lost 1/2 of our short term memory. and it gets worse from there. (bella) you know, it's interesting, because you can see what's going on on the outside of your body, in terms of aging. the gray hairs, the sagging skin. but we don't see what's going on with the brain. easy on the outside, it's a mystery on the inside. but you know what, it's normal. it's gonna happen to all of us, and that's the bad news. but the good news is
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we have a simple solution thanks to this revolutionary new supplement called cebria with neuro-pep12, a patented neuropeptide. scientific studies show that the average person over 60 experiences a memory decline of approximately 17% every 10 years. cebria was shown, in a published double-blind study, to boost memory by an average of 18% and in just 30 days. there really is nothing like it. cebria was developed by ever neuro pharma, an 80-year-old austrian pharmaceutical company, and they've spent the last 20 years developing and researching effective treatments for stroke and alzheimer's. they've done that with pharmaceutical giants like abbott labs, but they have become the world's leading authority on how to make brain cells actually regrow and stay healthy using neuropeptides. (bella) but when i think of pharmaceutical companies, i think of drugs. (dr. laux) no, no, no, it's not a drug. neuropeptides is a big word. they're simple, small, natural proteins
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that are used by brain cells to communicate with each other. they act as messengers. i mean, when we're young we make a lot of them naturally from the food that we eat. they signal our brain cells to grow, to make new connections. (bella) and as we age, it gets worse. (dr. laux) well, you know that, with everything else, as we age, not as efficient. less neuropeptides, fewer connections, and that's when our memory starts to fail. (bella) is there any connection between the neuropeptides you mention and the ones for anti-aging skin cream? (dr. laux) it's the same principle. for the skin, we're talking about dermal peptides. so now we're talking about peptides for the brain. neuropeptides, simple. i've gotta tell everyone right now, that before i agreed to do this show, i had to try cebria for myself. and in just a few weeks, it made a real difference. i remember things more easily, because, let's face it, at our age, at 55 and 60, you have to keep working. you can't retire. you've got to keep up with the competition. you said it exactly right. cebria delivers results that you can feel.
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i was worried because i saw that i was losing my memory. i just can't say, "oh, this plant that has pink colors." i gotta be able to call out the species and know what the plant is that i'm requesting. i want to put to use the maturity and the experience that i have and convey that. i've taken other products. nothing, no results, none whatsoever. with cebria, i definitely see the results. i am on my game now. i feel like i'm sharp. i feel like i'm competitive. i was losing my confidence. i don't have that anymore. i don't even think about that. i'm not even worried about that. i'm gonna show you something even more exciting. these scientists at neuro pharma put neurons, those brain cells, in two petri dishes. the one on the right, they fed the same neuropeptides that are in cebria. and the one on the left, they did not. the neurons on the left are alive, but they're not really thriving. they're just there. now look at the neurons on the right. they are thriving. they're robust.
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you can actually see the new branches growing, reaching out, making new connections. this is really revolutionary. this is nature right there telling you the truth. not hype, real science. in fact, dr. thomas crook, a former taskforce chairman at the national institutes of mental health said, and i quote: and he's just one of the growing community of renowned doctors and researchers who recognize the remarkable effect of cebria. this is the very first product that contains what we call neurotrophic factors or growth factors. and these growth factors actually helps the neurons grow. what we have been able to show is a significant improvement in a placebo-controlled study, a significant improvement in memory tests. cebria users can expect to see, in just 30 days, an improvement in their memory that directly affects everyday activities


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