One Of My Very Own
The Burka and niqab has been forbidden, by law, to be worn in any public setting In Denmark.
Brian the Brain Tumor has been vanquished.
Simone Giertz's surgery went great, she is on the way to recovery. Hopefully, Shitty Robots and Simone will be back in action real soon.
Faith in mankind restored by a little boy.
Okay, who is tired of hearing about that bitch?
FUN WITH LANGUAGE
Kevin became Kelvin.
Every social interaction can be made more memorable through the introduction of swordplay.
THINGS I DIDN'T KNOW EXISTED
Path of a hail storm
The Gateway to the Underworld, Siberia
In the 1960s there was a road between the village of Batavia and some industrial facilities. The forest was cut down, and this led to the formation of the ravine. In recent years, against the backdrop of climatic changes, due to the warming, the ravine grew to the size of crater.
Batagai is a mega slump in the Siberian wilderness, where ancient permafrost is exposed to the full destructive impact of climate change. As the August sun beats down on this Arctic Odyssey, the video shows water frozen in the soil for tens of thousands of years trickle and gush away, released from its ancient clasp. The cliffs of this vast hole, some as high as 100 meters, crumble even as you watch due to the thawing permafrost.
I'm not sure why that would be considered advantageous.
Said to be a GoPro attached to a Cannonball.
The "Cannonball" was actually a bowling ball and the "cannon" wasn't much to look at.
I judge people inversely by the number of air fresheners they have hanging from their rear view mirror.
WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG?
Get back!! No one goes through this line!
They must have never watched a disaster movie.
Old age is when the high point in your day is realizing you woke up and didn't die in your sleep.
PEOPLE OF NOTE
A girl and her dog, three years later.
Happy 74th birthday to Danny Trejo
Fashion Tip: Nobody cares.
Looks like some cat lady somewhere has won the lottery.
'The 100' series. Mankind was forced to flee Earth to a space station and they took god with them.
I find that unlikely.
Paying an online company to track down your ancestors is okay, I guess, but I'm from Alabama and we have to use Incestry.com.