This University's President is really hands on
Staying till after the credits
Fool Me Once...
Ridiculous footwork from Anthony Martial
Best question at Comic-Con 2017
Fool Me Once...
Mom grab toy for her kitten.
It's day 4 of the hostage situation...
Cute discouraged bowler
Redditor recognizes himself and wife as tiny coloured dots in an epic earthporn photo
????Plane flying under mammatus clouds????
Cow shoes used by Moonshiners during Prohibition to disguise their footprints, 1922.
George R.R. Martin thinks The Winds of Winter will be released in 2018, perhaps as well as 'Fire and Blood', fictional history book of the Targaryen kings.
Trump by the NYT
HMB While I make this a super slide
Microsoft Paint to be killed off after 32 years | Technology
Superhero bike mechanic saves two children in amazing fashion.
Over 2,500 products have shrunk in size over the past five years but are being sold for the same price, official figures show.
TIL in 1990, First Lady Barbara Bush criticized The Simpsons as “the dumbest thing I've ever seen." Marge wrote a letter to her, in character, politely telling her not to be so judgmental and explaining that her family tried their best. Mrs Bush later apologized for her “loose tongue”
To use the pressure cooker...
How much longer are we expected to put up with the world's most incompetent leader JUST NEVER ENDS ~ 5:23 PM - 24 Nov 2013
The left door perfectly describes the right door's condition.
Verizon Throttles Netflix Subscribers In 'Test' It Doesn't Inform Customers About
I'm not fully committed to the video until I turn my phone sideways.
Schiphol clock, Marten Baas, video art installation that updates every minute, 2016
But raising the minimum wage hurts business
A moment inspired by Vader Down
We can all relate with this guy
Man's best friend
Demo of 4 Colour printing with acrylic slides
At least Debbie Downer liked the photo
Jane Campion: ‘The clever people used to do film. Now they do TV’
On this day (July 24th), 26 years ago, Harry Potter received his first Hogwarts letter!
ELI5: How can large chains (Target, Walmart, etc) produce store brand versions of nearly every product imaginable while industry manufacturers only really produce a single type of item?