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First there was Kony 2012.

Now there's Kony Meloni.

Law & Order: SVU badass Christopher Meloni has had enough of the Ugandan warlord made famous by Jason Russell's film ... before Russell went crazy. He's so irate, he's going to take him down personally. Dressed as Dog the Bounty Hunter.

After being encouraged to raise awareness for the humanitarian cause by releasing a funny but informative video that highlights the problems in the world and shows people how to help, the actor says ... f*%k that, I'm goin' to Africa.

Joseph Kony, you're on notice.

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Lil Wayne has a knack for making it rain. This is unquestioned. No matter the timing, no matter the circumstances, the rapper wants to throw dat cash!

Hey, when you gots insane amounts of bank, flaunt it.

With that in mind, The Chive created this amazing photo gallery of Weezy making it rain in all sorts of interesting situations ... ones you might not typically associate as the most natural fits for his notorious strip club behavior.

For instance, here's him right after the royal wedding ...

Lil Wayne at the Royal Wedding

... and in President Barack Obama's Situation Room, during the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan last year. Someone's gotta lighten the mood:

Lil Wayne in the Situation Room

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton looks understandably shocked, but the rainmaker does what he's gotta do. Follow the link above for a dozen more of these gems.

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The gauntlet has been thrown down, young rock stars.

Bruce Springsteen, 62, jumped into the crowd during his Wrecking Ball tour stop Tuesday night in Philadelphia, grabbed some stranger's beer and chugged the entire thing in the middle of a song, surrounded by a sea of devoted fans.

All in a day's work for the beloved blue-collar rock icon. Watch Bruce chug, then throw the empty cup triumphantly into the crowd like ... well, like a Boss:

Floor seats at Wells Fargo Center: $125. Watered down domestic beer: $9.50. The Boss ganking it from you during a rendition of "Raise Your Hand"? Priceless.

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Kids. They're the best.

To them, even the most mundane things are new and exciting. Witness this viral video of a little guy discovering for the very first time ever that his shadow exists! And follows him around at different angles depending on light sources!

Amazing, right? We know, guy. The cute part is how he seems apprehensive at first, then gradually warms up to the shadow and becomes excited by it:

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Stair bobsledding needs to be an Olympic sport in 2012.

It's probably too late to qualify for this summer's London games, but come 2016, if this guy keeps up his training (i.e. alcohol consumption) and avoids more than a half dozen serious concussions, he will be the consensus odds-on favorite for gold.

To inspire yourself before you attempt stair bobsledding at home, watch his astounding trial run below. All to go get a Swiffer mop. That's dedication, people.

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Paul Sturgess, a player for the Harlem Globetrotters, recently dunked over some guy with the worst vertical leap ever. Does he even jump? Barely, if so.

Sturgess, who goes by the nickname "Tiny," played basketball at West Virginia's Mountain State University before being employed by the Globetrotters.

At 7'8", he'd have had better offers if he had better skills, but at least he's playing professionally in some capacity - and starring in viral videos, to boot!

The clip below, showing "Tiny" dunk over some poor sap and then taunt him afterward, is a little like most of us dunking on a five-year-old. Still, fun!

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It's the biggest event in Kentucky since Colonel Sanders concocted a special recipe for fried chicken: Saturday night, the University of Kentucky basketball team will battle the University of Louisville in the NCAA Tournament Final Four.

The monogamy adverse ex-Kentucky coach, Rick Pitino, leads his Cardinals against the favored Wildcats of John Calipari and his NBA factory of a starting lineup with a berth in the national championship game on the line.

Just how hot is this ticket? A Kentucky fan has placed an ad on Craig's List, asking for seats at the game in exchange for... his wife! But only as collateral. See below:

Kentucky Craig's List Ad

As you can see, it's not a bad deal: learn a few languages while watching the game on your big screen TV? Certainly worth considering at least ...

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Evelyn Paswall, 83, is suing Apple after walking smack into the glass doors at its store in Manhassett, Long Island. She is asking for $75,000 in medical expenses (she suffered a broken nose), plus punitive damages for negligence totaling $1 million.

All because Apple keeps its windows that freaking clean.

Apple Glass Door

Paswall claims she didn’t realize she was walking into a wall of glass as she approached the store, which is believable, we suppose. But she broke her nose as a result of the collision? How fast can 83-year-old move?

Her lawsuit claims that “the defendant was negligent ... in allowing a clear, see-through glass wall and/or door to exist without proper warning.”

Not to back up a corporate giant over a poor old lady with a broken nose here, but really? Is this the first glass door she's encountered? Apple is known for innovation, but we're pretty sure that came out well before Steve Jobs' time.

The Manhassett Apple Store has floor-to-ceiling glass walls at the front and rear, but still. If that's incomprehensible to you, how do you even know what the Apple store is?

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One of the greatest things about Twitter is that it connects celebrities to their fans directly without publicists or lame-stream media intermediaries.

This can be good, or bad in certain cases. Jimmy Kimmel chose to focus on the latter this week, because let's face it, it's a lot more entertaining.

In honor of Twitter's sixth anniversary, Jimmy put together a video montage of a number of stars reading some actual Tweets they've received.

Watch below as Joel McHale, Jason Bateman, Louis CK, Kevin Nealon, Anna Faris, Will Ferrell, Kristen Bell, Will Arnett and others get personal:

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Little kids dancing to or covering hit songs? Entertainment gold.

Tuesday, we found this two-year-old's Adele cover. Today, we were introduced to William Stokkebroe, age 2, and his amazing moves to Elvis' "Jailhouse Rock."

William's parents are professional dancers Kristina and Peter Stokkebroe, so he's got the genes ... and the experience of watching mom and dad rehearsing.

Keep your eye on this kid. He's got a bright future:

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