After spending nearly two years socializing wolves in the world’s northernmost zoo, Norway’s Polar Zoo, Anita left for a couple of months. Upon her return, she was reunited with the wolf pack she helped socialize.
This is footage of that reunion.
Budweiser Canada surprises two recreational league hockey teams from Port Credit, Ontario, with professional-league-grade theatrics, including a flock of fans, play-by-play commentary, and other accouterments of a professional game.
Sure, it’s (still) nothing new — but it’ll warm your cold, cold heart just the same.
Good Morning America‘s Robin Roberts sits down with Anna Watson – a University of Georgia cheerleader so brawny, she could probably serve as the base for an extension-level stunt in which all the other team members are flyers.
Watch the interview below:
And so begin the “Z3 epidemic” that quickly sweeps across the world, terrorizing a planet unprepared for its own End Times.
Redditor Vidzilla spent the last two weeks meticulously cataloging the apocalypse “in real-time” by posting mock-screencaps of various websites on a daily basis in an effort to show what it might look like if World War Z took place today.
Follow along as the Internet slowly comes to terms with the threat posed by a mysterious illness known as “Demon Fever.”
International Incident of the Day: A Russian reporter at a press junket attached to the Russian premiere of Friends With Benefits had the gall to ask Justin Timberlake why movies (in lieu of, say, music). A delay in translation kept Timberlake from responding, so his co-star Mila Kunis stepped in to deliver a verbal smackdown in the reporters native tongue.
Why movies? Why not? Kunis, who moved to California from Ukraine at age 7, testily replied. What kind of question is that? Why are you here?
The red-light traffic camera company American Traffic Solutions has seen its fair share of red-light running related collisions.
Last year, ATS began sharing footage of those collisions on YouTube in the hopes of convincing red-light runners to change their life-threatening habit.
A National Motorists Association rep responded with skepticism toward the company’s claim that its cameras “change driver behavior and help save lives,” noting that the videos demonstrate how “their red light system doesn’t stop crashes.”
Still, it’s a compilation of a bunch of cars crashing, and since it was approved for release we can only assume that none of the accidents resulted in serious injuries, right? Right? Anyway, here’s a link to the Benny Hillified version of this video.
I’ll see you in Hell.
- House to vote Tuesday on Senate’s payroll tax cut extension plan.
- Iraqi government issues arrest warrant for vice president.
- RIP: Dan Frazer, longtime film and TV actor, dead at 90.
- Debris from Japanese tsunami reaches US shores.
- Where Are They Now: The Blair Witch Project‘s Heather Donahue.
- Suri Cruise has a $130,000 Christmas wish list.
Look At This:
- The Big Picture: The Year in Pictures: Part I.
- NewsFeed: Facebook Sues Mark Zuckerberg (Yes, You Read That Right).
- Tea x Time List: The 6 Most Secretly Racist Classic Children’s Books.
- Above: ”1,000 Doors” by Choi Jeong-Hwa. (via.)
Hint: It’s the one with the cover story about how it’s completely okay, if not beneficial, to feel unease about future uncertainties, as opposed to, say, riot in the streets until sh*t gets done.
Sadly, this is a fairly common occurrence.