The greatest drinking game ever, Ep: 109 Video
The greatest drinking game ever, Ep: 109 Video Transcript
-- guys my name -- Stephen here's what's happening this week on cnet's crave blog. William Shatner called JJ Abrams -- -- for -- Star Wars and Star Trek. In -- February 15 and have struggled costs are so close they're calling it the closest asteroid encounter ever recorded. -- William Shatner called JJ Abrams of cake in a recent interview with movie fanatic Shatner said he's being a paid. He's collecting that you franchises and holding them close to his best. He's probably the most talented director of that -- we have. But he's gone -- -- Today Friday February 15 to be the closest near -- by an asteroid ever recorded on earth. This is a record setting close approach says -- humans of NASA's near earth object program since regular sky surveys began in the 1990s. The asteroid known as when he twelve. Coming within just 171200. Miles of -- surface at around 12:30 PM Pacific time. And early this morning in a related story a meteor about the size of -- house entered the Earth's atmosphere Russia and crash injuring about a thousand people. Most of the injuries were caused by the loud sonic boom which blew out windows and sent shards of glass flying into people. Dramatic video shows -- meteor burning up on its entry into the Earth's atmosphere. -- -- Sonic wallets are just that -- sonic wall it's. And -- clear sound when opened and they made it extremely tough material called tie back the battery is replaced only lasts for thousands of open. Well -- come in various styles ditch your drum machine while. Yeah. It's a. Future moon -- -- In of course. The Jesus while -- Okay. Last week I told you about the death star kick starter project that already has close to 370000. Dollars pledged. -- an effort to thwart the imperial plans -- rebels have launched a counter attack with another -- kick starter to raise eleven million dollars for the production of an X wing fighter prototype. We shall include iPhone and Siri integration. Once the prototype has been perfected and it's estimated that the cost to build a fleet of X wing fighters of run in the neighborhood of four billion. 485672683. Dollars which also happens to be the worldwide box office take all the films in the franchise. The last -- fighter in my opinion is probably the greatest drinking game you'll ever play. Few players battle each other in a video game -- to the finish. In the -- generously awarded with a tasty beer for his or her efforts. -- more just watched the video. Right guys that's a show thank you very much for watching is all if you could -- all these news stories at cnet's crave blog crave got -- -- dot com. You can go to subscribe to the blog ads and check out this week's crave giveaway we're giving away a stylish pair of repairing an -- various -- -- speakers. Go to the blog and enter to win. -- -- --
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A compilation of some of the past week's best videos, brought to you by the Download.com Video team. This week we have loads of snarling punk, a stranded British girl, and a raver's thoughts on Jesus.
1.) Batman by Your Side
2.) Jin: "Top 5 (Dead or Alive)"
3.) "The Greatest Game Ever Played" trailer
4.) Bad Brains: "Soul Craft"
5.) Get Inspired
6.) Dead Kennedys: "Hyperactive Child"
7.) John Roberts can't answer that
8.) Ok Go: "1 Million Ways"
10.) Looting cops
11.) He Man does 4-non-blondes
12.) Murder City Devils: "18 Wheels"
13.) Nutrigrain commercial: "I Feel Great"
14.) Iggy Pop: "Some Weird Sin"
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