Gustavo Angel Tamayo has never played basketball in his life, but after getting selected to compete in a timed shot contest for his school he stepped up his game.
Well it's official, we have a reached a new low in America's obesity epidemic.
Humanetics, the Michigan-based company that manufactures crash test dummies, will now be making fatter 270-pound models to better reflect the current population, compared to the previous 167 pound versions which were created in the '80s.
"The dummy is a little taller because the population is now taller — but to be frank, it's all in the butt, thighs and midsection because that's where the weight gain has occurred," said Humanetics CEO Chris O'Connor.
Good job 'Murica!
Did you watch the final game of the World Series? No? Well, aside from know that the San Francisco Giants beats the Royals 3-2 in game 7, this video is all you need to see.
Rikk Wilde is a Chevrolet representative who was tasked with presenting the World Series MVP trophy to Madison Bumgarner. And to talk about… "technology and stuff."