Do you like being licked? I'm not convinced that this extremely tolerant cat is, despite its passive demeanor. YouTube via Reddit. Previously.
His victim was an elk. "Sending a cop to prison is a very tricky thing," said Boulder District Attorney Stan Garnett.
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Shinesty offered a full collection of eye-popping Christmas suits to enchant your friends and family with this holiday season, but made a critical mistake: none of them are three-piece. Alas, they're all sold out. Maybe next year!
12-year-old yellow lab Allie is an expert at tipping trashcans, but she knows where the good stuff is kept. [via Arbroath]
Sometimes a toy with a cheap sound chip will seem, vaguely, to be saying something bad or naughty. Not this one! [via]
Alan Light interviews Brian May and Roger Taylor and asks about what made the band tick, and about Freddy Mercury's final days.
May: …When he couldn’t stand up, he used to prop himself up against a desk, at the mic here, down a vodka…
Taylor: Have a big Stoli!
May: And do a blinding vocal. He just loved it, he absolutely loved it—I’ll sing it till I fucking bleed! I remember doing the demo for “The Show Must Go On,” with the guide vocal, some of it in falsetto because I couldn’t reach the top notes, and I said, Fred, I don’t know if this is going to be possible to sing. And he went, I’ll fucking do it, darling, vodka down, and went in and killed it…
Streetpong is the name of the game: a concept art installation that radically improves the experience of waiting to cross the road. Created by Sandro Engel and Amelie Künzler, with Holger Michel at the HAWK Hildesheim, it is, alas, "not a permanent installation." [Vimeo via This is Colossal]
2:46 of the tables turned—or, perhaps, unrequited love. [via
Though North Korea denied involvement with the humungous hack that brought electronics giant Sony low, it described it as a 'righteous deed
' that may be the work of sympathizers. Here is a fake press release
Ralph Baer, the developer of the first commercial video game console, has died at 92
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation reports that the incoming chief of Australia’s leading scientific research agency suggests public money should be used to investigating dowsing and divining
: "I’ve seen people do this with close to 80% accuracy, and I’ve no idea how they do it"
The BBC reports that a foal who helped teach youngsters to drive safely in England's New Forest has been killed by a car.
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