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This Wednesday, The Sixth Sense and Armageddon actor Bruce Willis appeared at the opening ceremony of the Phillies-Brewers game to perform the first pitch.

But despite his batting lessons prior to the game and his years as John McClane, Bruce Willis' pitch arguably wasn't to "die hard" for.


The actor can be seen in multiple pictures and videos standing before the mound.

Willis pitched a ball that landed on a bounce in front of the Phillies catcher.

You can see it in this popular NBC Sports recap.

Like most embarrassing moments, onlookers have taken to Twitter to preserve the memory.

In multiple video renditions of Willis's first pitch, boos, shouts of encouragement and laughter can be heard immediately after his pitch landed on a bounce.

Of course, there have also been Die Hard references—and puns—aplenty.

They have been as chilling as the final resolution in The Sixth Sense (okay, maybe we won't go that far, but some of these tweets are ruthless).







Whether or not he can throw a Philly-worthy pitch at a Brewers game, Bruce Willis is still a neat guy—and maybe a little bit of a love machine (at least in his die-hard love for the Phillies).

After all, Willis made over 70 movies. He was too busy to learn how to throw a ball?

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Days after hiring stand-up comic Shane Gillis for the 45th season of Saturday Night Live, Gillis was let go from the show after racist, homophobic and misogynistic comments were uncovered.

And while Gillis had the opportunity to apologize or admit an error in his thinking, he instead claimed:

"My intention is never to hurt anyone but I am trying to be the best comedian I can be and sometimes that requires risks."
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Last week, daycare employees Emma Dietrich and Joshua Tennant, were tried for child endangerment after assisting students in the assault of a five-year-old student.

Dietrich, 31, and Tennant, 27, were aides in the same classroom at Worthington Learning Center.

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The Irving Park Blue Line subway station in Chicago has a major pigeon poop problem.

Chicago lawmaker Jaime Andrade couldn't have asked for a better live demonstration of that fact as he gave an interview drawing attention to the problem.

A pigeon opted to do the deed right on the Chicago politician.

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In December 1984, 12 year-old Jonelle Matthews sang in a Christmas concert in Greeley, Colorado then disappeared.

On July 25, 2019, almost 35 years later, her remains were discovered by construction workers.

Now, a 2018 Idaho Republican gubernatorial candidate has been named as a person of interest in the case.

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Controversial comedian Shane Gillis is out at Saturday Night Live following widespread backlash over his racist, homophobic and otherwise bigoted comments.

Gillis gained little sympathy after his explanation last week.

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Life throws us curveballs and occasionally they end up costing us a fortune. Like, for example, crashing a Porsche on a test drive, or realizing you sold your Bitcoins years too early.

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