This pooch was able to stay perfectly still as his owner built a Jenga-like tower of tempting dog treats right on his snout. Then the canine continues the balancing act until getting a signal that the trick is over.
This Pomeranian pup hears the sounds of a wolfpack howling from a YouTube video and at first, these calls of the wild seem to have the little fellow worried. But after a few curious head tilts, the puppy gets into the spirit and starts howling right along.
Remember Steve Burns? You might know him better as simply “Steve,” the aw-shucks proprietor of a cartoon house and blue dog, from the popular Nickoledeon kids’ show ‘Blue’s Clues.’
The role didn’t make him a traditional celebrity, but it did make him “fame-ish” enough to be occasionally recognized on the street (often by kids, of course) and to have at least one swimsuit model solicit him for a play date. Burns opened up about his “microcelebrity” at the Moth, a storytelling event series.
Before they become a symbolic of a terrible tragedy which befell America almost ten years ago, the World Trade Center Towers were a symbol of New York City and its largesse. To commemorate the tenth anniversary of September 11, editor Dan Meth has compiled a supercut of most of the Twin Towers’ best big screen cameos.
Arizona man Jesus Llovera is out for justice after actor Steven Seagal drove a tank into his home, killing his puppy, during a police raid that was filmed for Seagal’s reality TV show ‘Steven Seagal: Lawman.’
86-year-old LeRoy Luetscher dropped his pruning shears while gardening, and tripped and fell when he went to pick them up. In a horrifying mishap, the handle of the shears entered into his right eye-socket and made its way all the way to the middle of his neck.
In a final act of loyalty, Hawkeye, the dog of slain Navy SEAL U.S. Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Jon T. Tumilson walked up to his fallen master’s casket during the funeral in Rockford, Iowa, and then laid mournfully down beside the body for the rest of the proceedings.
During the NAPA 200 race in Montreal on Saturday, Nationwide Series driver Steve Wallace bumped into fellow racer Patrick Carpentier, spinning him out. This enraged Carpentier’s crew chief Jerry Baxter, who approached Wallace’s car during a pit stop and grabbed a handful of Wallace’s blond hair.
In a study that anyone who works in an office will heartily embrace, researchers found that spending small parts of the day wasting time on the Internet makes workers more productive because it acts to mentally refresh them.
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