Great Pyrenees and baby goats

Because goats are all the rage and Pyrs are a favorite here at Boing Boing.

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Giant Bubbles - let me show you how to make them

Jane and I made this tutorial to show you how to easily make Giant Bubbles. We're going to run a free live video workshop with a dozen other fun grown-up-and-kid projects on August 4 and 5.

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'New Wave Day' from the US Festival, 1983 (video)

Some fabulous person recently uploaded a 90-minute video of the "New Wave Day" performances at the 1983 US Festival.

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Manimal, real tv from the 80s

I can feel the 80s trying to escape from this video.

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Bearded dragons devouring meal worms

My wife and I gave our kids a pair of tiny bearded dragons for Christmas. They are now probably 10 times heavier than when we got them 6 months ago.

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Hair Highway: sculptures made from human hair plastic

London's Studio Swine has created a beautiful and provocative collection of art-pieces made from human hair in resin.

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Shit bureaucrats say

An oldie but goodie (from a whopping two years ago).

[Video Link, thanks Joe Sabia!]

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Friday Cat Fight

Burn all the television dramas in your Netflix cue and just watch this. Crank the sound up extra high to mess with your cat, if you share your home with one.

[HT: @glennf]

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Hurt flying fox enjoys grapes

Meet Charlie the mildly concussed flying fox. [YouTube via Arbroath]

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Taiwanese pancake chef can flip faster than an eyeblink

This man has fast hands. (via Kottke)

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CHP patrolman videoed beating homeless black woman by roadside

An LA driver caught video of a California Highway Patrolman tackling a homeless black woman walking by the side of the road and then repeatedly punching her in the face.

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Tour of Adam Savage's Cave

Somewhere in San Francisco is a hidden workshop of wonder. A place where iconic characters, creatures, and props from cult favorite movies are pulled from the screen into reality. More

Making cocaine in Colombia

This segment from the documentary "The Cocaine Route" shows the picking, mashing and eventual reduction of coca leaves into a raw form of cocaine powder.

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Artistic scanner-photos taken on a coral-reef

Nathaniel Stern straps modified document scanners to his body and then walks around, producing beautiful, glitched out art-images. Now he's taken his scanners to the bottom of the ocean.

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The genre-defining video games we forgot

A 50-minute documentary about five games that defined their genres, and then were forgotten because they were superseded by more successful, more marketable, and more mainstream clones. [Video Link]

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