Thanks to YouTube, we now have permanent housing for any video that's been produced in the past 30 years. Thanks to this column, you get to relive some of the more popular ones of the Internet era.
This is hilarious. I can't believe this was legitimately reported on an actual news station. Obviously it's a silly human-interest story, but I don't think we needed the interviews and eyewitness accounts that we got -- though thank God we captured those. And we DEFINITELY didn't need the ridiculous artist's rendering of the leprechaun. We all know that leprechauns do not exist, but it could be a crack head.