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BALTIMORE — The Baltimore Ravens take on the New England Patriots this weekend for a chance to play in the Super Bowl. The city of Baltimore is buzzing with excitement after the Raven's game against the Denver Broncos and everyone seems to be in love with linebacker Ray Lewis now that he has announced his retirement at the end of the season.
The Baltimore Marriott Waterfront hotel is displaying a Ray Lewis-Laser Show and will continue to do so as long as the Ravens keep winning. The laser show flashes Lewis' number, 52, and then reveals Lewis doing his famous dance.
Whether you're a Ravens fan or not, it doesn't matter, because that's a cool laser show; and it's pretty awesome that Marriott is flashing it on one of their hotel.
NFL Bad Lip-Reading
If you have never heard of the website Bad Lip-Reading, it's OK, because now you have. The website takes politicians, movie scenes, well, just about everything and injects their own "bad lip-reading" over the top.
Their latest offering takes a stab at the NFL and it's hilarious. It makes absolutely no sense, but you almost believe that's really what these players and coaches are saying. Maybe you won't find it funny, but the ksl.com crew is still laughing.
Bikers Are Awesome
We stumbled across this video of some of the best bike skills ever caught on tape. Watching what these people can do on two-wheels is jaw-dropping.
The video is four minutes long and incredibly entertaining. Watching this reminds me of how foolish I was when I thought taking my Huffy off the curb was "hard core." I know realize I was joking myself and that when I told my friends I got "like 5-feet of air!" I was actually lying through my teeth and wishing I could pull off stunts like this.
So, watch this and be amazed while also coming to the realization that you were a 10-year-old liar.