This car shall not be stolen.
Rare and terrifying frilled shark catch in Victorian waters the first for fishermen in local living memory
The photos are some dandy nightmare fuel.
Don’t even try to figure out how it makes sense, everything about him is perfect. Just appreciate his cute little feet and his ginormous adorable head.
“Perfect.” “Cute.” “Adorable.” What is the critter that merits these descriptors?
Now, this may be a perfectly cromulent little entity… but it is nevertheless the result of Breeding Gone Wrong.
Nature is just, just horrible:
Because the posters for “Reign of Fire” promised extreme awesomeness and delivered none of it, the Smithsonian Channel proudly produces… this (and I have no idea why):
Take a perfectly good old movie and remake it with hideously expensive special effects and overpaid celebrities, all in the quest for half a billion at the box office. Will this desecration of the classics ever cease?
You’ve got to admit, though, the effort lavished on making exquisite period vehicles produced some spectacular results.
Every now and then you come across some work of Man that makes ya proud. The kind of thing that makes you think “this is what Men can do.” The Apollo program. Lasers. Nuclear power. The Panama Canal. The discovery of evolution and relativity. But not all of them need to be gigantic projects. Sometimes they’re just new legs for a pet dog:
The German Shepherd in question is not only still living, but apparently quite healthy.
See, here’s the thing: you can kill a pig or a sheep at will, because they are meat critters. You generally own such animals specifically for the purpose of killin’ ‘em at some point and putting their carcasses to use. But *dogs?* If you own a dog in order to kill it… yer doin’ it wrong.
Dick move, lady.
Because sure, why not: