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Police in New York had a hard time corralling skateboarders traveling down Broadway. (Source: Shredboard/YouTube) Police in New York had a hard time corralling skateboarders traveling down Broadway. (Source: Shredboard/YouTube)

(RNN) - From the Department of People Who Do Cool Things But Still Manage to Be Uncool, we bring you "Snapping Fingers Guy."

What makes "Snapping Fingers Guy" so special and enthralling, you ask?

He can fire off a dozen snaps in perfect rhythm faster than you can blink.

That's cool, and all, but call us when he can do this while whistling the title song for Oklahoma!

NYC's Finest at work

These days when most people hear the words "Broadway bomb," their hearts skip and they rush to their computer or TV see what pandemonium ensues.

But relax. It's just the name a bunch of kids gave their flooding of the Big Apple's financial district while riding skateboards.

Of course, police can't stand such chaos. The only problem is they looked more unorganized than the people they were trying to stop during this year's event.

Hilarity ensues at the expense of the most heralded law enforcement body in the country.

Dare you not to cry

The video of a baby crying while his mom sings a sad song stomped holes in people's hearts on its way to becoming the embodiment of internet virality.

You probably live under a rock if you haven't seen it already, but we couldn't help showing it again.

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