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2 hours ago
Hope the fish can learn the lesson and be smarter.
Fish me once, shame on you. Fish me twice, shame on me.
16 hours ago
Fun fact - It's worth noting that world's fastest musician is no longer a category in Guinness World Records. The records managers are no longer able to monitor fastest musician records as it has become impossible to judge the quality of the renditions, even when slowed down. In terms of monitoring the number of musical notes, it is not clear if all notes have been played fully.
Surely part of the reason is because his record was "broken" by some sacrilegious violinist using a 5-stringed $1.5 million 'violin'. (Yes I love watching TwoSet violin)
submitted16 hours ago byaceforest
2 days ago
What you said reminds me of this
submitted2 days ago byaceforest
3 days ago
He would die for Internet likes
I wonder if this is how wagon wheels and barrels were made?
Edit: Found this YouTube channel about wagons making
submitted3 days ago byaceforest
4 days ago
Yes you're right, I meant to write media.
If you think about it, this demonstrates how impactful the media can be, regardless it's a prank or an ad.
It's crazy to see how quickly the media can destroy an innocent person.
submitted4 days ago byaceforest
Behold the Jack-off-lantern
5 days ago
He's such a good boy! Hope I can give him a huge hug.
Yes this is absolutely amazing! It could help so many people and I'm glad to see this!
Probably, and has to carry the seat with her.
6 days ago
This good boy is so intense yet gentle.
Dogs really are the best thing on this planet and we don’t deserve them.
submitted6 days ago byaceforest
Otis Johnson was released in 2014 from prison after being locked away for 44 years. He was 25 when his sentence started, and 69 when he was released.
On the outside, he quickly realized the world was a very different place - downright futuristic compared to the world he left behind back in the late 1960s.
In an interview and video for Al Jazeera, Johnson visited Times Square in New York City, where he was surprised and confused by the modern technology surrounding him: People "with wires in their ears" listening to music who looked like CIA agents, pedestrians "talking to themselves" on their iPhones, and neon video billboards illuminating storefront windows.
Johnson offers a fascinating perspective on our world today and the modern technology that many shrug off and take for granted.
submitted6 days ago byaceforestInterested
No the mirror wasn't broken, the silverback eventually just walked away.
A longer video here: https://youtu.be/GaMylwohL14
This shows that no matter how big the cat is, a cat is still a cat. It's also interesting to see the monkeys/apes having fun with the mirror in a similar way human does.