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the devil. >> cat the very first moment, you could almost think it was fake. watch when it hits the floor and it slithers off into the corner. but to put all of the fakery aside, when you go outside and see how this snake basically had an ambush waiting for this guy. watch it move. >> oh, my god! >> yeah. >> that was an ambush. it really was. >> it was a rat snake. they're not venomous. >> i don't care! >> right. >> it was chilling there just waiting. the first person out that door was mine. >> but take it from me, there's about a hundred million gamers out there saving this video to show to their moms and dads to say, see, it's safe tor to stay inside and play games. we all know there is nothing like a family trip to disneyland. i want you to pay attention, though, to the family members in the red t-shirt. that woman holding the baby. that is jennifer manning.
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she's there with her two children. one of them receiving an autograph book from pl lego. what could compete with that? >> i'd say dad but he can't fix in the box. that classic misdirection. training thing again. >> i love how brother was dominating the gift but when dad came, she's like you go to pokemon and lego. i got this daddy over here. >> we all know who rules the house when it comes to daddy and daughter relationships. >> that's the best g.i. joe i've ever seen. >> i know. totally real. if it weren't for the cameras that record these videos, you'd never believe what happens in these two situations. this first one is security camera from inside a restaurant. you can see that it's closed. you see one of the windows being hit, broken, and as soon as there's a hole large enough --
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>> oh, no. >> reports say this is a molotov cocktail that someone has just tossed into this establishment, but notice what happens on the other side of the glass. that person is also on fire. >> yeah. you see that is very common when it comes to us and the people that complete rank amateurs and they often go looking at the local hospitals for people with burns. you know, that's where you're going to find them. >> that's exactly what police are looking for. they're still looking for this person. and they're asking for any leads especially if you spot someone who has severe burns. this next video is from russia. you see this man walking into a location. there is a woman behind a register. this guy has a weapon in his hand. she fights back even though there is a gun pointed at her. >> what is she doing? >> i don't know if she's not afraid or if she's too full of adrenaline, but she starts throwing whatever she can find at this guy who appears to be
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leaving but not before pointing the gun straight at her. even though reports don't say, i'm assuming he's trying to pull the trigger. >> it's interesting because the way she's coming at him, he doesn't know what to do with that. >> when you think he's about to leave, he actually turns around and comes back in again. and i think at that point it did discharge. >> that fired. >> that was definitely a flash. but it looks like she's still throwing stuff. >> he does eventually walk out of this establishment but not before coming back a third time. police are looking for this man. no reported injuries, but they also have video of him pulling off another successful robbery at a different location. this bra is changing the game. >> this is vitally. the world's first fashionable, comfortable, smart bra that helps you live a well balanced life. >> like how smart is it? >> oh, it's very smart.
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lives though. but rescue crews have to get it out of there. they already cut a hole. but they have to saw off the metal bars. >> with all that noise, it's the kind of thing that makes cats go the opposite direction. >> not much room for it to go. it's kind of stuck. >> how long is this going to go on? can we get out of here soon, please? >> the good thing is when they make a hole big enough, they back off and start talking, calling out for the kitty to come out. eventually after little sweet talking, the cat comes out on its own. now, you see the cat drinking a ton of water. that's because it was extremely thirsty considering it'd been in there for three days. >> whose cat was it? is it just a feral cat up there? >> yeah, i think this was a feral cat. but it may have a home now. >> it's like this place is comfy, i like the rug, they give
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me something to drink. i'll stay. mountain bikes. as we've seen on this show they can pretty much go anywhere. but they do have limits. >> everything's trying to hurt you. it's just miles of pushing your bike, dragging your bike. >> now, as you can see, this looks like kind of a struggle. but for this journey, that's also kind of the point. >> i spent over half my life traveling the world looking for adventures on my bike. one thing i've learned is the best trips are never easy. pushing through the hard times always makes it better. >> this red bull video, they are exploring the glorious wilderness of alaska. the state that to be honest is top of my list of the ones i want to visit for obvious reasons. >> once they get to that trail, though, i can see why they struggle through the brush. >> certain parts of the year, the sun doesn't set. that means that the growth is constant which means a lot of these trails are overgrown
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because of that. and the fact that you may notice there aren't a lot of people around. they start heading up the mountain with their mountain bikes. in certain cases, they are physically having to lift and carry it. this is where they just start carving the trails. the kind of things that mountain bikes were created for. the thing is, these guys are on a mission. a mission that has been driving eric since he saw it in a guide book. >> no way. it's there by itself in the middle of a mountain? >> i don't know to be honest. but there it is. i would say this is probably four hikers, four climbers. certain people that run parks, they'll put those there for people to go visit, offer some safety. this was their mission. it's been driving them for so long that to fuinally get there means so much. i'm calling it right now.
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rahat is going to give a drive-thru employee a heart attack. exchanges the money and then -- >> where'd he go? >> did he pull up? >> that switcheroo could mean that the other person just drove off. >> but the car's the same. >> no sauce. >> there you go. >> thank you. >> i love this though. >> you look confused. >> yeah. what happened to the other guy? >> i was in here the entire night, buddy. >> okay. >> okay bye. >> switch back. do you see him? >> everything cool, man? >> that's what makes it so much better. the switch back. thank you. >> do i look like him? >> no.
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>> she's trying to play it off. >> what happened? >> what is going on? >> they're so good. >> yeah. they switch in and out so quickly. >> is everything okay? >> no. >> everything is not okay. >> you're watching me? okay quick, switch back. she's going to the other window. >> i'm not crazy. it was an irish dude back there with a red beard. i'm not stupid. >> i am irish. >> you're not crazy. they just got you. >> it's time maybe to go home for the night, honey. >> you okay? >> yeah. >> whoa. hold up. hold up. >> that other man was rugt there. no, no, no. >> a whole different person. painters are left hanging. >> when this floating platform they were using to paint the
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go. fortunately this guy -- was he in a harness or something? >> yes. luckily some folks inside the building saw what was going on and you'll notice -- >> look at the tiny little window. the irony is there on the least accessible side of the building. >> that's so scary. can you imagine? >> i can't imagine. just watching this video made my skin crawl. look at what they're doing. >> they're operating out of those two windows. how are they going to do this? >> gosh. >> a little bathroom window as well. >> you're not going to get through that thing. >> they make it happen. they come through those small windows. then they're able to help these guys down. >> they actually get the guy there is u the window? >> here we go. check it out. >> oh, my gosh. he's sitting there like i'm cool. i'm going to wait for the fire department and that super tall ladder. >> you imagine they had to stay so calm. you got to remember these guys have made a living out of being suspended up in the air. these people called for help but the people inside decided not to
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wait for official help because they knew that they may have run out of time before official rescuers got there. quick! >> yep. there it is. >> holy -- what the -- wow. >> that was a swift move. >> were they supposed to get the dog or happen upon it? >> he didn't happen upon it. that's his dog. that guy goes out canoeing with his dogs and he says this dog happens to be betty. she's 17 but he says this is probably her last white water trip because she's half blind and deaf and can't really handle it anymore. people always ask him what do you do when your dogs fall off the canoe? so he has this video of what he does. when they fall off, they go back and grab them. >> looks like he's done that dozens of times. like come on. >> this next one, no dogs. just lots of water.
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that's in scotland and that's pretty cool. it's like the log ride. >> it's not pretty cool. it's ice cold. this is scottish highlands and they're on the water. i'm amazed they made it out alive. it's a trailer for a video game from japan. >> and the purpose of this game is that you as the gamer will then be able to go through the courtship of one of these girls you will then marry that person inside the game. >> but see why it gets even more
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drooling and dry at the same time. what you're seeing here is a trailer for a video game from japan. this video game basically translates to new wife. there are three characters. the purpose of this game is that you as the gamer will then be able to go through the courtship of one of these girls. you will then marry that person inside the game. >> all right. it's a game.
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>> right. and it's actually part of a genre of games that are popular in japan. these relationship-based games. so now people are trying to find ways to set their games apart. these guys have done it in a pretty unique way. when i say that you can then marry your anime girlfriend, fiance, future wife. they mean that almost literally. if you get to that point, you will be able to marry this girl in a chapel for real. >> hold the phone. you mean to tell me we can barely get these brothers to commit as it is, the video game's got a man into chapel? >> it's not on official legal marriage, right? but it's a way to have completing the game. i'm sure you're wondering how are they doing that? do you carry a laptop down in the middle of the chapel? no. these guys will be in a tuxedo. they'll also wear state of the art vr goggles which will give them the appearance oh hello digital girlfriend i've been courting will be there with them. they will then be able to go
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through the ceremony. it's just to give the reality, the experience of reality to these gamers. and i'm thinking, situations like this and games like this are just going to exacerbate the problem they've already got in japan with their aging population. >> it makes me just think that movie "lars and the real girl" was so last century. >> the game is being released april 28th. you'll have until the end of may to sign up for a marriage if you want one. then the big day will be happening at a chapel in tokyo on june 30th. it is a crazy story. i'll see if i can keep an eye on this. if this wedding does go through, i need to see the video. that's it for today. thanks for watching. we'll see you next time. >> the following is a paid presentation for hazuki magnifying glasses with uv and blue light filtration, brought to you by hazuki.
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[ laughs ] >> it's true. >> then we had cocktails. [ laughter ] >> that was the best part. >> announcer: because they're hands-free, hazukis make up-close detail work requiring two hands fast and easy. wear hazukis alone or right over your regular glasses or contacts to make the words and images you've been struggling to see look dramatically bigger, brighter, and clearer. hazuki magnifying glasses have already sold 2 million pairs, but you won't find them in stores. stay tuned, because today, through this exclusive limited-time television offer, you can get your own hazukis to try for 90 days. here to introduce you to a breakthrough in eyewear technology is our host, tom jourden. >> i think most people would say that, of their five senses, eyesight is number one. i know it is for me. and now that i'm a little older, my eyes definitely don't work as well as they used to when it comes to reading small print or tackling jobs around the house that require detailed close-up work, like using one of those tiny screwdrivers to fix
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they only help sharpen words and images. but they don't make them look larger and easier to see. only magnifiers do that. >> the difference for me was, even with my readers on, i couldn't read my morning paper. yes, i still do that. i'm old-school. what can i say? >> i do that, too. >> do you? >> yes. >> well, because my hazukis make the words look so much bigger... >> 160% bigger. >> ...i can sit with my cup of coffee and read the paper again. ♪ >> my hazuki glasses have changed the way i can do jewelry. i can do it at any time of day, whether there's high light or low light now. because sometimes, i like to work at night. these keep my eyes from getting really tired at night. they feel really light and airy, and they sit perfectly on my nose. they feel like a precision piece of equipment. they're beautiful. i love them. ♪ >> one of the most important things about fishing is getting these fine lines onto these little hooks -- these little eyelets. when i was younger, it was a lot
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now, i use both magnifications every day, and they work great. >> and you can wear them over contacts, too. >> oh, yeah. they're totally versatile. you can wear them over glasses, no glasses, contacts. they work for everyone. >> in the morning, i'm under led lights in the kitchen or i'm in front of a computer, placing orders, making menu changes. most of our menu is in italian, not my first language. these hazukis just brings things right back to where they're supposed to be. so, they absolutely are about making things bigger. >> they're wonderful. i read a lot of small print. it corrects the blurriness, the images are sharper, makes it a lot easier to read. >> they actually look great, too. they help me with my productivity all throughout the day. and they don't break when you step on them. [ laughter ] ♪ >> i wear my hazukis every day, every time i sit at the computer. >> you know what? when i put these on, the details are better. >> right.
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i usually don't like having glasses on. and these are very lightweight. they're -- >> oh, they are. you're right about that. >> they're very, very easy to wear. i like that. readers used to be just fine. now they don't work as well at the computer. when i wear my hazukis, the images on the computer are just so clear, so distinct. i can see the pictures and read the text in one look, without having to get any closer to the screen. >> you know what, laurie? there is actually a slight chance, maybe even a large chance that these make us smarter. >> they probably do make us a lot smarter. and if not, then we look a lot smarter. >> there you go. >> yeah, we look a lot smarter. >> now it's time to get your hazukis your way. choose the color you want, the style you want, the maif


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