A sprightly pug named Gus and his mellow buddy, Briggs, make for a highly entertaining doggie duo. In this post from goth_pack on TikTok, every time the little guy gets into shenanigans (which seems to be a lot), the big guy tries to bond with his humans by shooting them "the look" — a long disapproving stare that says, "Not this again."
Parts of Europe are seeing outbreaks of monkeypox — a virus "typically limited to Africa," according to AP, that starts with fever, head and muscle aches, chills, exhaustion, and can sometimes lead to death (up to 10% of cases), according to the CDC. Later symptoms include a rash that usually starts on the face and… READ THE REST
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Last year, Hunter Read, 23, was making $12 hour working in a Home Depot parking lot. Then he decided to quit and follow his curiosity about glass art. And now? Read is a professional marble maker. See his astounding creations below. From Marketplace: Today, Read is making more money than he did at Home Depot.… READ THE REST
Everyone's been seduced by the idea of camping at one point or another, right? Spotting the stars at night, falling asleep to the sounds of the woods, waking up to a sunrise … There's just something magical about sleeping in the great outdoors. But, of course, reality is often disappointing. Tents, in particular, can be tiny… READ THE REST
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