There’s nothing like an eagle entangling itself in your parachute to turn a relaxing paragliding session over the Himalayas into a heart-pounding plunge to the ground. Fortunately for the Russian paraglider in this video, his reserve chute deployed without a hitch.
As you might have heard, Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi has been killed. While the news came as a surprise, Gaddafi’s death was actually predicted by the short-lived, late 80s’ sitcom ‘Second Chance‘ in an episode set in the far-flung future year of 2011. Creepy!
Queen drummer Roger Taylor is looking to put together an “official” cover band to play his group’s hits and launched an online competition at QueenExtravaganza.com, where Freddie Mercury and Brian May wannabes can submit audition tapes in the hope of joining Taylor’s touring tribute act when it sets off across North America sometime next year.
Burger democratists, rejoice: As of this weekend, the creepy Burger King mascot, “the King,” is officially dead.
Concurrent with the release of the guacamole topped California Whopper, Burger King’s new advertising agency of record McGarryBowen has dethroned the edgy monarch in favor of an approach based on health and freshness.
In movies, characters walk with purpose. What that purpose is doesn’t really matter so long as the steps look deliberate and the camera smoothly glides behind. YouTuber editcadet1 assembled a supercut, called ‘Keep on Walking,’ of memorable walking scenes that reveals just how formulaic these shots really are.
School is almost back in session, which means it’s time to start brushing up on tips for taking the bus. The school bus can be a great resource for time-strapped parents and independence-seeking children alike. But it also needs to be approached with safety and care.
Here are five tips to make your child’s bus ride the best it can be.
In a move that demonstrates some seriously pro parenting, this savvy new Dad has painted a wall-sized ‘Calvin & Hobbes’ mural in his son Ryan’s playroom. It’s hard to get too upset about that monster in your closet when there’s a lovable tiger on your wall, right?
This terrific time-lapse video documents the reproduction of cartoonist Bill Watterson’s iconic characters from start to finish. Let’s just hope Ryan doesn’t get the wrong idea about drawing on the walls.
Before they made their millions, many celebrities settled for minimum wage. Though it’s hard to imagine it now, what with their expensive houses, cars and vacations, people like Amy Adams, Gwen Stefani and Brad Pitt actually worked at restaurants, salons and, in the case of ‘Law & Order: SVU’ star Christopher Meloni, the morgue.
Here’s how 10 of the now rich and famous made ends meet during the summer months.
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