Sunday, May 27, 2018

A Look Inside

(via I Can Has Cheezburger)

Les Chats Ninjas

How do you make a funny cat compilation even better? Narrate it in French! (via Buzzfeed)

Tweet of the Day

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Saturday, May 26, 2018

Watch Your Step

KLAS-TV in Las Vegas was doing a live report from Lake Las Vegas. Photojournalist Chris Benka was walking along the dock, following the reporter's boat, and wasn't watching his feet. Luckily, the water wasn't all that deep. The camera is okay! Oh, yeah, he's okay, too. In fact, he kept on rolling that live footage. (via Digg)


Why Captain America is a Virgin

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World Record Stack of Waffles

Today was a momentous day in Denver. Spencer McCullough and Cory Trimm invited all their friends and a few professionals to attempt the Guinness World Record for waffle stacking. Elizabeth Hernandez of the Denver Post was dispatched to cover the event. She is preparing a proper article for the Post, but first posted a Twitter thread as the event unfolded.

The previous record was 5 centimeters. Friends flew in from out of town, and total strangers joined the fun. Hernandez' enthusiasm grew as time went along, and you have to wonder how grim her other assignments are.

The stack was 67 centimeters! You can witness the drama unfold in her Twitter thread

(via Metafilter)

Relocating Bighorn Sheep

I watched this video and thought about the people who say they've been abducted by aliens. You know these sheep are going to tell tales like that the rest of their lives, and none of the other sheep will believe them. This relocation project brought the population of North American bighorn sheep from 100 to 600 in recent years. It's one of 5 Heartwarming Stories That Are Also Totally Hilarious at Cracked. In fact, the bighorn sheep were just a small part of the story about how helicopters are the funniest way to transport animals.

How to Get Rid of a Bear

Both of these comic panels from Scandinavia and the World are true stories. The Canadian method is here and the Finnish method is here. (via Metafilter)

Party Hat

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School's Out

Alice Cooper performs his classic tune of the season on The Muppet Show in 1978, with choreography by the Monster Muppet Players.

Hey Kid

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Tweet of the Day

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Friday, May 25, 2018

Season-Ending Knee Surgery

At The Store

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Hugh Jackman Recognizes a Reporter

At a film festival in Zurich a few years ago, an intrepid reporter caught up with Hugh Jackman and was surprised to be remembered. (via reddit)

But Why?

This seems awfully familiar for some reason. It's a comic from Zach Weinersmith at Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal.

Best Answer

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All Star on Organ

A hundred-year-old Marenghi Organ can still play contemporary tunes. See this same organ play a disco hit and another old favorite. (via Digg)

Miss Cellania's Links

Solo Marks Star Wars's Return to Sleaze. Without lightsabers, the Force, or the fate of planets in the balance, we get a look at the seedy side of a galaxy far, far away.

Analyzing Trump's Breakup Letter to Kim Jong Un.  

Why Are Our Brains So Big, Anyway? A new study points to what we needed to think about the most.

Seventy-Five Years Ago, Women Baseball Players Took the Field. The short-lived All-American Girls Professional Baseball League proved women could play, but it was far from equitable.

If there were a kind of a fireman's pole from the moon down to the earth, how long would it take to slide all the way from the moon to the earth? Randall Munroe ponders this adventure in excruciating detail. (via Metafilter)

Life Inside Texas' Border Security Zone. Billions of dollars have been spent making it a police state, with residents constantly under surveillance.

Remembering the ‘Saurian Monster’ That Terrorized 1880s New Zealand. In a nation that has few predators of any size, the attacks caused a sensation.

Camels Can Eat Long-Needled Cactus. They've adapted to a desert diet, but watching it might make you feel nervous.

Medical Mystery: Something Happened to U.S. Health Spending After 1980. (via Metafilter)

Xena: Disney Warrior Princess.

A blast from the past (2012): Four Feline Photographers.