Video Killed the Orange County Interwebs Horror Show Star
Today's installment of The Orange County Interwebs Horror Show--which compiles things from and about this paradise we live in--will blow your eyeballs as well as your mind. And you don't even have to visit our adult section for the pleasure! After the jump are OC-related videos for your viewing enjoyment.
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Do As I Say AND As I Do At the UC Irvine Midnight Magic rally a couple weekends ago, senior Darren Moore won the dunk contest for the second season in a row. But it was the Anteaters' first-year coach Russell Turner who stole the show. See how the 6-foot-7, 39-year-old former Golden State Warriors assistant coach and Hampden-Sydney (Virginia) College star fired up the Bren Events Center crowd. Go, Myrmecophaga tridactyla!
Bubble Boy Lives! Not to be outdone, UCI's Big West Conference foe, Long Beach State, held a demonstration of its own on the hardwood--one that seems to have been inspired by a particular episode of Seinfeld.
Crap, Another Spin-off from The Real Housewives of Orange County So, are they inferring Barney Frank is a bottom?
For One Thing, Her Penis is Bigger Rep. Ken Calvert (R-Riverside), whose district includes parts of Orange County and inland traffic intersections where one gets caught with hookers in their car, apparently thinks he's running against Nancy Pelosi. Fortunately, the campaign of his Democratic challenger is here to help.
Put Down the Knife Angela is a beautiful Newport Beach mom. Even her husband says so. So why do I find this video so sad?
Failing to Connect The person who posted this video jokes it spurred the Arizona Cardinals to release Matt Leinart, the now third-string quarterback for the Houston Texans who starred at USC and Mater Dei High School of Santa Ana.
I Love the Smell of Lip Balm in the Morning You know it as Huntington Beach or perhaps Surf City. But to these gun-toters, it's Vietnam.
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