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  • Jake Foushee’s Incredible Voice Impressions [Video]

    Jake Foushee is a kid with an incredible talent for voice impressions. Even his normal voice is so different than what you’d expect coming from his mouth, that it seems like another impression. Here he does voices such as Joe and Peter from “Family Guy”, Optimus Prime, and Jason Statham, among others. Just imagine how deep and cool his voice will be when he’s old enough to drink and smoke! Is there any demand for Tom Waits voice impressionists?

  • RSVLTS Visit Meatopia 2013 In San Antonio [23 Photos]

    This past weekend we went out to San Antonio to attend Meatopia at Pearl Brewery. We had a great time sipping on George Dickel cocktails and talking with Chef Adam Perry Lang of Serious Barbecue. As much as we enjoyed all the amazing food from 32 different chefs, it was sad to have to put a new notch in our belts. Eh, who are we kidding? If you’re going to pack on the pounds stuffing your face, you might as well do it with the best food the country has to offer! Looking at these pictures is making us hungry all over again. Who wants to grab some barbecue?

  • We Were Torn Between Showing an Image of RoboCop or Sam L. Jackson for Latest RoboCop 2 Trailer

    Three things we (you included) are going to love about RoboCop 2; Samuel L. Jackson’s hair, Robots and OMAR. Yessir, Omar, a.k.a Chalky White, a.k.a Community’s professor Marshall Kane, a.k.a. actor extraordinaire, Michael K. Williams plays a police captain in the movie as seen in the tiniest of cameos in this second trailer. One can only hope the film is set on the streets of a futuristic Baltimore or Atlantic City.

  • Oregon & Georgetown Basketball Will Be Decked out in Camo Tonight in South Korea

    When the University of Oregon and Georgetown University meet to tip-off the 2013-2014 college basketball season on Friday, Nov. 8th, they will do so at Camp Humphreys, a U.S. Army base in South Korea, as part of the Armed Forces Classic. During their stay the teams will be conducting training exercises, holding open practices with the families stationed at Humphreys and offering clinics to youths as well. The camouflage design extends through the entire system of dress including the footwear. Oregon will have the option of wearing the Nike Hyperdunk or the KD VI, while Georgetown will be wearing the AIR JORDAN XX8 SE in a matching camo print.

  • The 11 Best NFL Draft Classes of All-Time

    The NFL Draft is certainly an exciting time in the offseason during America’s most popular sport—a time when unfortunate teams seek their franchise savior and a time when playoff teams seek their final piece that will hurdle them through the championship threshold. But, even the best scouts in the country state that the NFL Draft is far from being a perfect science. If that were the case, the San Diego Chargers would have never selected Ryan Leaf in 1998 when Charles Woodson and Randy Moss were both still available. Moreover, the Raiders would not have selected JaMarcus Russell when… well, the best wide receiver, the best running back, the best cornerback, and the best linebacker in today’s NFL were available. 11. 2007 NFL Draft Notable Players: Calvin “Megatron” Johnson, Darrelle Revis, Adrian Peterson, Joe Thomas, Patrick Willis, Marshawn Lynch, Joe Staley, Marshal Yanda In a few decades, this draft class has the potential to hurdle 11 spots to number one. Unfortunately, time travel is not available with contemporary technology. The list of current NFL superstars from this class really makes the 2007 Raiders front office seem incompetent. 10. 2011 NFL Draft Notable Players: Cam Newton, Von Miller, A.J Green, Patrick more »

  • Physicists Figure Out Perfect Urinal Technique

    All right, gentlemen, we’ve all experienced the following scenario: You’re on your way to a job interview. You’ve got your nicest pair of khakis on. You stop at the restroom to urinate right before your interview time. Everything seems fine until you look down. That dreaded splashback leads to urine spots all over you. It’s like your pants are in the splash zone and the urinal cake is Shamu doing his best to make your trip a lasting memory. But thanks to four scientists who figured out the perfect peeing technique, this never has to happen again! 

  • 29 Little Known Facts About Beer [Infographic]

    Hey everyone, it’s Friday! Why not celebrate with a beer? And thanks to these facts, you don’t have to feel bad about drinking. Did you know a bottle of beer creates protective levels of antioxidants that can prevent heart disease? It’s on an infographic, so it must be true. And ladies, apparently drinking 2-3 beers a day will you make you smarter and increase your cognitive functioning skills. Makes sense, as I’ve often noticed that it takes a few beers before a woman is smart enough to realize how clever and handsome I am. Now go get a beer, for your health!

  • Aaron Rodgers Surprises a Girl with Spina Bifida With a Musical Collaboration

    Aaron Rogers and David Gruber have been partnering with foundations to set up scenarios for Rodgers to surprise fans with disabilities in Wisconsin. The series is meant to draw attention to non-profits who are changing the world for their respective fields. In this episode, Aaron and David surprise Kelly, a Spina Bifida Sufferer, after she thought she’d simply be filming a commercial for a non-profit. The setting took place at the Pabst Theater, highlighting the work of IndependenceFirst, an organization run by and for the benefit of people who have disabilities. Rodgers just discount doublechecked life.

  • Rudy Reenactment With Regis And Roc [Video]

    First, I’d like to point out how hard it was to not spell “with” as “rith” in the title. Second, I can’t believe “Rudy” came out 20 years ago. I don’t think Sean Astin has aged a day. And lastly, how can someone like Regis, who has decades of experience doing live TV, look so uncomfortable and awkward in front of a camera? He looks like one of those people who is overly concerned about what he should be doing with his hands. At least Charles S Dutton did a great job and I liked the reference to “Roc”. That was a good show…

  • Jimmy Nelson’s Amazing Photographs Of Isolated Tribes [28 Photos]

    Photographer Jimmy Nelson has documented 31 secluded tribes from around the world that are facing extinction from the threat of the spread of the developing world. We present 28 of the 500 photos in his new hardcover collection, “Before They Pass Away.” It’s hard to imagine that in our world of cell phones and flatscreen TVs and jets and Heineken subs, there are still people living a separate life without any of those “necessities.” For more information on Jimmy Nelson and all 31 tribes and for ordering the book, check out BeforeThey.com.

  • A Chinese Movie Theater Unintentionally Uses Fan-Made Thor 2 Poster, Looks Silly

    A Theater in Shanghi took it upon themselves to create a Thor 2: The Dark World movie poster cutout, probably taken from the depths of a Google search. After making it’s rounds around the internet, the marketing team mistakingly thought this was one of many images being used to promote the movie. The image shows Thor (Chris Hemsworth) in a protective grasp on his villainous brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston). And why shouldn’t this be the official poster? Just two loving brothers, who occasionally hate each other, one holding the other in a protective embrace, the other overcome with happiness of his brother’s warm cradle. What’s wrong with that? The real image shows Natalie Portman, Thors girlfriend, place of Loki.We’ll take Natalie any day of the week. 

  • British Granny Goes Crazy Playing GTA V [Video]

    This granny is frustrated with British Gas and she channels her anger in the most obvious way for an octogenarian: she plays Grand Theft Auto V. As she pummels defenseless passers-by, she shouts some of the filthiest things imaginable, but it all comes off so cute and innocent thanks to her accent. Hopefully she is just watching the action and not controlling the character, because if that’s her playing, she’s way better than I am at these newfangled video games.

  • Super Typhoon Haiyan Could be the Worst storm on Record

    Super Typhoon Haiyan could possibly be the worst storm on record,  blowing across the Western Pacific toward the central Philippines. With predicted winds of 190mph and gusts already breaking 235mph, “intensity has actually ticked slightly above the maximum to 8.1 on an 8.0 scale.” says Quartz, meteorologist Eric Holthaus.  The storm beat “Wilma (2005) in intensity by 5mph—that was the strongest storm ever in the Atlantic,” which makes it a member of the select club ofWorst Storms Ever in the Planet. Only three other storms since 1969 have reached this intensity. The storm is so large it’s affecting clouds in 2/3 of the world, with a storm diameter of about 500 miles. Over 125,000 people have been evacuated to close by regions not expected to have severe damages.   Photo Source: Accuweather and Sploid

  • 28 Magnificent Hidden Tracks

    Years from now, our grandchildren will gather around us and listen to tales of the exciting feeling you’d get when you’d hear a hidden track on a cd or cassette tape long after you thought the music was over. Hell, the whole concept of an album as a cohesive collection of music from one artist that you listen to all at once will be a foreign concept to them, downloading music a track at a time, programming their playlists how they see fit. Damn kids will never know what it’s like to hear “All By Myself” at the end of Green Day’s Dookie for the first time on their Walkman. See who else made the list compiled by NME then weep for the future.

  • Last Known Photos Of Deceased Celebrities [51 Photos]

    Don’t worry, it’s their last photos BEFORE they died. We’re not some creepy torn fishnet shirt and ankh necklace wearing, Bauhaus listening, Clove smoking Goth weirdos. Well, Bauhaus is okay. We just thought these were pretty interesting. Check out Freddie Mercury’s high-waisted pants! And Cliff Burton looks like he’s posing for his high school yearbook.

  • Chef Adam Perry Lang Feeds RSVLTS At Meatopia

    Meatopia, food writer Josh Ozersky’s incredible annual culinary event, was in San Antonio at the Pearl for the first time this past weekend. RSVLTS was there to chow on chicken feet, lamb hearts, beef cheeks, and all kinds of other goodies from 32 amazing chefs. Between face-stuffing sessions, we were able to talk with Chef Adam Perry Lang at the George Dickel tent and learn about what makes him do what he does so damn well.

  • Watch Swiss Jetman’s Incredible Mt Fuji Flight [Video]

    Swiss daredevil Yves Rossy has been using his custom jet pack to amaze all of us with incredible stunts for almost a decade and now he has taken his high-flying antics to Japan’s Mount Fuji. With his awesome flying contraption, Rossy can reach heights of 12,000 feet and hit a top speed of 190 mph. The range is only about 9 miles, but that’s more than enough for my daily routine. Imagine the awesomeness of a regular trip to Shop Rite: “Could you point me in the direction of the plantain chips? Oh that old thing? It’s just my jet pack. Please ladies, settle down. I’ll take each of you for a ride. With my jet pack.”

  • Pat Tillman Would’ve been 37 Years Old Yesterday- Paying Homage to a True American Hero

    Let’s talk about Pat Tillman for a second. Pat would have celebrated his 37th birthday and I would be doing a disservice to America if I didn’t pay homage to the man. Tillman was selected by the Arizona Cardinals in the 1998 National Football League (NFL) draft. After a couple years of hard work and dedication, he earned his place as a starting player and ended up setting a new team record for total tackles in the 2000 season.  Loyal to his team, Tillman turned down a lucrative contract with the St. Louis Rams to stay with the Cardinals in 2001. Tillman left a promising football career in 2002 to join the US Armed Forces following the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center.  In an interview in 2002 Tillman stated, “Sports embodied many of the qualities I deem meaningful, however, these last few years, and especially after recent events, I’ve come to appreciate just how shallow and insignificant my role is . . . It’s no longer important.”  Tillman enlisted with his younger brother, Kevin to become Army Rangers.  They were in the second battalion of 75th Ranger Regiment in Fort Lewis, WA.  Tillman served in several tours of duty, more »

  • The Most 90′s GIFS Ever [32 GIFs]

    SNICK, Gushers, dancing babies, Bubble Tape, rollerblades…we’ve got them all here for a nostalgic overload. Seeing the LA Lights shoes makes me horribly depressed, however, because my mom refused to buy them for me. Instead I had the Voit knockoffs from K-Mart. And the bottom of the Push-Pop was always gross and sticky. Damn, maybe the 90s weren’t so great after all. 

  • Adam Pardy Got Checked through the Glass, Helmet Stolen and Beer Poured on Him Last Night

    Adam Pardy of the Winnepeg Jets had a rough night. First he had the unfortunate luck of getting checked against the boards and have the glass fall out on to the fans with ice side seats. Then one hilariously ballsy fan took it upon himself to rip the helmet off Pardy’s head and wear it himself. Not, but a second after that another Chicago fan thought it would be in good taste to pour a beer on the head of now helmetless Adam. A series of unfortunate events for Adam Pardy. Fitting it was on the 20th anniversary of the fan man in Chicago.

  • Patrick Willis Took An Internship WIth Infinity Ward, The Makers of Call of Duty: Ghosts [Video]

    SportsNation ESPN recently released a comedic video of San Francisco 49ers star linebacker, Patrick Willis interning at Infinity Ward Studios. In it, Willis does voice acting—where he throws in a pigskin-esque twist to military jargon. In addition, Willis dons a suit where he participates in some cutting edge motion capture technology. Ironically, his suit is black and teal—something that, when he was simulating getting killed, felt like something of an allusion to the Jacksonville Jaguars’ 2013 NFL Season.

  • 11 Ridiculously Expensive Sports Cards You Wish You Owned

    Remember when you were kid and you spent all your money on Stadium Club cards? They were so premium and glossy, they were bound to be a good investment. Every other kid thought so, too, and now we all have tons of really nice looking, worthless cards. Well here’s a look at 11 cards we wish we had collected instead of wasting time on glossy eye-candy or cheating Topps out of gold cards with the flashlight trick 20 years ago. 

  • Kevin Ware Sinks First Shot Attempt Since Gruesome Injury

    It was the broken leg heard (saw) around the globe. A horrific sight that brought players and coaches alike to absolute tears. Kevin Ware sat terrified and in pain at the sight of what will go down as one of the most horrific sports injuries to be seen, especially on national TV. Last night Louisville took the court against Pikesville State and Kevin made his debut since the injury and long rehab stint to follow. The crowd on their toes waiting for Ware to hit the floor and get a touch, and what happens; Kevin sinks a three. Could you have written a better return story?

  • 10 Sports Fans Who Became Famous

    Fandom in American Sports is one of this country’s most celebrated cultural aspects. Often, fans go to games and–amidst a crowd of fellow game goers– go home unnoticed. However, there are rare occasions when fans become just as famous–if not more so– than the players on the field. Sometimes iconic, sometimes loved, and sometimes vilified; RSVLTS has compiled a list for some of the most notable famous fans.

  • How the Owners of All 30 NBA Teams Made Their Money

    Sure, we all know how some of the NBA owners made their fortunes, Mark Cuban with his Internet boom money and Michael Jordan from being Michael Jordan, but do you know how every single owner got rich? The Grizzlies’ Robert Pera, the youngest NBA owner at 35, formerly worked for Apple as an engineer. Clippers owner Donald Sterling started out working as a divorce lawyer. Read all about these 4 and the other 26 owners at Mental Floss.