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Your Week in Viral Videos: Bad sheep and a one-armed warrior

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(RNN) - Zach Hodskins is the feel good story of the week, possibly of the entire year.

Hotshot basketball players are a dime a dozen, but not many play well with most of one arm missing.

He drew an invitation to walk on with the possibility of a scholarship from the University of Florida, a team that knows a little bit about recruiting talent.

I could say more, but his moves speak for themselves.

We the sheeple…

If you think political rallies and national party conventions are good entertainment or if you like animals doing quirky things (that could be the same event, actually) boy, do we have something for you.

It's hard to know what to think when sheep band together in a show of force against their owner.

Whatever the look on your face right now, it's probably identical to the one I had before I realized what was going on.

The only way to ride

Backhoe. Pond. Swimming trunks… Wait for it. Wait for it.

The description of the next video says "Aqua park. Russian style," but let's be honest - you could soooo seeing the guys on Duck Dynasty doing this.

I don't watch the show, so for all I know they already have.

(Grand) Mama Lee

A woman affectionately known to her family (and now the rest of the world) as Mama Lee was introduced to her future grandchild in an unusual and heartwarming way.

To break the news that they had a bun in the oven, her son and daughter-in-law send her on a scavenger hunt for a bun in the oven. Because any other way would just be stupid.

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