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“Congratulations, son, you’re about to be famous.”

While the officer is addressing those words to the perp, I think it’s also true for Lt. Higgins himself. His passion and determination to get whoever it was that robbed Stelly’s Restaurant is palpable. Seriously, this guy is a star:

“The Sheriff likes Stelly’s restaurant. And so do I….We’re going to identify you, arrest you, and put you in a small cell. After that, I’m going to have a cheeseburger here, with fries and a coke…Meanwhile, your next meal with be served through a small hole in a cell door.”

Trust me on this. Watch it after the break.

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The Colorado Cherry Company recently had an unwelcome visit from a bear who gorged himself on fruit-filled treats. The bear broke into the Lyons location and helped himself to 24 cherry pies and 14 apple pies. He even took a couple for the road.

Interestingly enough, he left the strawberry rhubarb untouched because it didn’t agree with his refined bear palate. Still, he enjoyed his visit so much that he left a five-star Yelp review.

Check out the bear, his Yelp review, and a video after the break.

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Shelf tags in the grocery store usually let you know something is on sale or that it’s very healthy and should be in your cart. These planted shelf tags are far more informative and entertaining. We’re betting you’ll be dueling with lightsaber baguettes next time you go shopping.

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Our nation’s standards for healthy school meals aren’t exactly the greatest, which is why this parody video by Funny or Die and the American Heart Association really hits home.

During the video, Nick Offerman gives us a tour of his fast food farm, where he harvests a wide assortment of sun-kissed pizzas, taquitos and fish sticks.

Humor aside, the video’s purpose is to help to spread awareness about the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, which aims improve nutrition standards for school meals.

Check out the video after the break…

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San Francisco based writer David Sikorski really loves burritos. He loves them so much that when he witnessed all his friends posting sappy engagement photos on Facebook, he decided to get some sappy engagement photos taken with his burrito. He and the carne asada burrito from Taqueria La Cumbre look so happy together.

Unfortunately, 100% of burrito marriages end in delicious murder.

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Nobody should have this kind of power. Maybe we should call Batman.

See more magical sausage summoning after the break…

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We’ve previously featured Ivan Owen of MechMadnessDesigns for his crazy cereal-eating machine. This time he had a little fun at the expense of the local pizza delivery guy.

Owen and his daughter built air-powered musical stairs with pressure plates and antique organ pipes. They look just like normal stairs, but when you step on them it’s a musical medley that caught the delivery guy by surprise.

See the video after the break.

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kool aid wanted

(via Reddit)

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Did he not see this coming? One of the spectators did, yet she said nothing. Apparently, he was sober so that’s no excuse.

Baffling.

Check out the video after the break…

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Professional Sushi chef Yoya Takahashi from Los Angeles restaurant Hamasaku recently took some time to review inexpensive sushi from 7 Eleven, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, Walgreens, and SushiStop. You probably already know where this is going, but the worst of the worst may surprise you.

Check it out after the jump.

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